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This brief yet comprehensive handbook of otologic surgery was planned as a guide for cadaver work as well as for the practicing specialist. The illustrations are new, clear and drawn from the original, occasionally international, sources. The explanatory text is accurate and simple, giving not only technical details but also comparative statistics on various procedures. The author has brought his work down to date with the inclusion of Ramadier's and Lempert's paracarotid approach to the petrous apex, and of Holmgren's, Sourdille's and Wittmaack's operations for the relief of otosclerosis. More important, the usual operations are well illustrated with due regard to anatomic variations, and the technics suggested are those generally followed. There is a fair bibliography, as usual lacking reference to American work, and a brief subject index.
Der Operationskurs des Hals-, Nasen- und Ohrenarztes. JAMA. 1938;111(26):2418. doi:10.1001/jama.1938.02790520074031
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