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It is not at all a matter of surprise that there is now appearing a work dealing with the neurology of the ear. If anything, its advent has been delayed too long. In recent years, particularly because of the development of the vestibular tests, neurologists and ear men have become more familiar with each other's work. To the neurologist ear functions, comparatively, are of greater importance than those of the eye.
The handbook will consist of two volumes. The first has already made its appearance and in two numbers. It is edited by Prof. Dr. G. Alexander, head of the Ear Clinic of Vienna, Prof. Dr. O. Marburg, who has charge of the Neurologic Institute in Vienna, and Dr. H. Brunner, assistant in the Ear Clinic of Vienna. While the work has had its conception in Vienna, nevertheless, among its contributors are some of the outstanding figures in both specialties
Handbuch der Neurologie des Ohres. Arch NeurPsych. 1926;16(5):680–681. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1926.02200290143013
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