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The author presents an unusually interesting study of the framework of the larynx, deriving his data from special anatomic preparations, cross sections of frozen specimens, roentgen-ray examination, and the usual mirror images. In an absorbing manner he portrays the topography of the larynx, describing in detail the relations to the surrounding structures, and the cartilaginous, bony and muscular make-up of the organ. There are numerous illustrations, many of them colored, which go far to make clear the difficult anatomy of the larynx, so often inadequately protrayed even in the larger textbooks.
Die Ohrenheilkunde der Gegenwart und ihre Grenzgebiete. JAMA. 1927;89(10):813. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02690100075037
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