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This little volume has brought together a large series of papers of one of the most prominent otologists of the English speaking world. Among the subjects discussed are the structure of aural polypi, disease of the semicircular canal, facial paralysis in recent otitis media, operations on the mastoid, anatomy and pathology of the periosteum of the ear, chronic suppuration of the middle ear, treatment of middle ear deafness, testing the hearing with higher tuning forks, earache, and fixation of the stapes. A number of the papers are in French just as they appeared in the various French journals. The subjects mentioned form only a small part of those presented in the book, in which the author covers a wide range of topics in otology. Coming as they do from the pen of so noted a man, they are not only interesting but exceedingly valuable and contain many practical points culled
Contributions to the Art and Science of Otology. JAMA. 1927;88(16):1291. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02680420081033
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