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It is impossible in an ordinary review to give any adequate idea of the stupendous work involved in this volume. The mere mention of the names of some of the contributors gives some index of the caliber of the publications: Prof. William Brock on comparative anatomy; Prof. Gustav Alexander on embryology and anthropology; Dr. Herman Marx on malformations of the ear; Professor Koerner on applied anatomy of the ear; Dr. Eckert Moebius on microscopic examination and histology of the ear; Dr. G. Anton on the centers and tracks of the nervus cochlearis and the nervus vestibuli; Karl L. Schaefer and Max Giesswein on physiology of the ear; Prof. H. Neumann and Dr. F. Fremel on physiology of the semicircular canal. Under the heading of pathology and therapy we find such names as Dozent Oscar Beck and Prof. F. R. Nager. This encyclopedic volume holds a world of information and a
Handbuch der Hals-Nasen-Ohren-Heilkunde. JAMA. 1926;87(6):434. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02680060058039
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