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November 18, 1933

Atlas of Otology Illustrating the Normal and Pathological Anatomy of the Temporal Bone.

JAMA. 1933;101(21):1666. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740460068036

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Abstract

As the author states: "Since the first volume of this work was published eight years ago, the author has accumulated a considerable amount of new material which he hopes may justify the publication of the second volume. The material from which the illustrations for this second volume have been made has been obtained from both normal and pathological conditions, as was also the case in regard to the first volume." This atlas is a sumptuous and beautiful work consisting of ninety-two reproductions of illustrations of microscopic sections of various portions of the ear, particularly the inner ear. A considerable number are stereoscopic. The first section of the book has twenty-four illustrations of normal anatomy, while the second section contains sixty-eight illustrations covering many phases of the pathologic anatomy. One may always be sure that any publication by Albert A. Gray will be most valuable, and the present work is no

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