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This volume, on the ear, forms a section of the large handbook of special pathology, anatomy and histology. The first section deals with the technic of the pathologic and anatomic examination. The next subject, the inflammatory processes of the ear, is dealt with by Wittmaack. The latter has also written the third section, on the development of intracranial and septicopyemic complications, as well as the fourth section, on regressive, degenerative and dystrophic processes in the ear. The next section, on malformation of the ear, is by Marx. Runge has written the eighth section, on the relation between the pathologic findings to the function of the ear. The final, or ninth, chapter deals with foreign bodies and animal parasites in the ear, and is written by Max Koch. Complete bibliographies are appended to each section, and the whole work is an excellent exposition of the subject it presents.
Handbuch der speziellen pathologischen Anatomie und Histologie. JAMA. 1926;86(26):1998. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02670520042027
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