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There have been few books in recent years on congenital deformities, particularly in the field of laryngology. Stupka's work is therefore most timely. The author has made a thorough study of his subject and has painstakingly combed the literature for every bit of evidence that might help to bring it up to the minute. The book is divided into the following sections: I. The origin of malformations in general, which embraces studies of developmental errors from various causes, differential diagnosis between heredopathies and malformations not due to germinal factors, determination of the time factor in the origin of the malformation and the results of experimental teratology. II. Experiments on the embryo directed particularly toward influencing the development of the nasal apparatus. III. The malformations and anomalies of the nose. IV. The malformations and anomalies of the nasopharynx. Despite the complexity of the subject and the vast amount of material presented,
Die Missbildungen und Anomalien der Nase und des Nasenrachenraumes. JAMA. 1938;111(18):1690. doi:10.1001/jama.1938.02790440084040
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