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An overdue and welcome addition to the otolaryngologist's library of new books is an updated text on the human larynx.
The author's aim is to make available to the student, practitioner, specialist and laryngologist much that is relatively new and not available in previously published texts. In this he has succeeded and covers the field remarkably well. However, there is little material in the text that should be unfamiliar to the laryngeal specialist.
The book is written in a lucid but dogmatic style which may be somewhat less acceptable to the laryngologist than the undergraduate. It is abundantly illustrated with line drawings, sketches, photographs. Photomicrographs have been carefully selected for representative pathology and have been well reproduced. Each of the 35 chapters has an excellent bibliography of both English and foreign references. This is a very acceptable and well-recommended textbook.
CLEMIS JD. The Human Larynx.. Arch Otolaryngol. 1965;82(6):667. doi:10.1001/archotol.1965.00760010669025