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April 4, 1966

OTOLARYNGOLOGY

Author Affiliations

From the Division of Otolaryngology, the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Baltimore.

JAMA. 1966;196(1):90-92. doi:10.1001/jama.1966.03100140144042

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Abstract

Major Reference Works  A new edition of a major reference work has just become available: Diseases of the Ear, Nose and Throat (edited by Scott-Brown, Ballantyne, and Groves, ed 2; 2 vols, Butterworth, 1965, $70). This is a comprehensive textbook, with recent revisions in physiology, endoscopy, and diseases of the ear. Revision of the general index and inclusion of a new symptom index will assist the advanced student as well as the general practitioner. This edition is highly recommended to the otolaryngologist, as it amply discusses the management and diagnosis of major problems in this field.A new major reference work in plastic surgery, Reconstructive Plastic Surgery (Converse, J.M. [ed.], 5 vols, Saunders, 1964, $30 per vol) discusses seven topics. The first three volumes—1, General Principles; 2 and 3, The Head and Neck —will be of special interest to those who perform plastic procedures of the head and neck. These

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