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December 5, 1931

Die medikamentöse und allgemeine Behandlung der Ohrenkrankheiten.

JAMA. 1931;97(23):1734. doi:10.1001/jama.1931.02730230076038

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Abstract

Any sound and rational program of therapeusis, even if it relates to special diseases such as those of the ear, as in Dr. Stein's monograph, must rest on a sound knowledge of the causes of those diseases. Furthermore, every physician prescribing treatment must through good judgment and experience (and this includes the experience of others in his own field) be aware of those conditions in which treatment cannot possibly cure but is only palliative. In general, the author has done well. He takes into consideration all forms of therapy and not only those relying on medicaments. There seems to be, as is so generally the case on the continent, a reliance on proprietary remedies without a careful checking up on the part of any official body of the claims of the various manufacturers.

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