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This is a complete work on operative technic in the field of otorhinolaryngology. The whole subject is covered in a comprehensive manner and the fifty chapters cover almost every possible operation connected with the ear, nose, throat and larynx. Great attention is given to details with reference to the arrangement of operating rooms, instruments and illumination. After a chapter on general principles in special surgery, anesthesia both local and general is discussed. Various operations on the ear, beginning with that on the auricle and proceeding inward, including the various types of mastoidectomy, extradural abscess, cerebral and cerebellar abscess and sinus thrombosis, are detailed. Surgery of the nose and accessory sinuses is followed by surgical treatment of diseases of the pharynx and finally by the various types of operations performed on the larynx. In taking up each subject, the author and his collaborators give concise details regarding the indications for and
Traité de technique opératoire oto-rhino-laryngologique. JAMA. 1932;98(19):1682. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02730450076037
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