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A book by the Jacksons is an event for laryngologists. While this work, with a slightly altered name, is a second edition, it has additions which increase its value materially.
In this country, most of the information on diseases of the larynx is to be had only in specific chapters which are a part of ear, nose and throat textbooks. There is nothing comparable recently in English to this edition in authority or completeness. It is, furthermore, distinctly a product of the authors and their school.
Different from similar works which not only represent the experience of the author but include to a large extent a more or less critically examined cross section of the opinions of the laryngologic world in general, this textbook is, as said, peculiarly individual. The authors have made laryngologic history, and their impress on it is tremendous. Every chapter shows this plainly; many of the
Diseases and Injuries of the Larynx: A Textbook for Students and Practitioners. JAMA. 1942;120(11):870. doi:10.1001/jama.1942.02830460068028