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This book has been largely rewritten, with the aid of J. Stoddart Barr, son of the senior author. It is intended for students, and fulfils its purpose by being short and crisp, but withal really comprehensive and up to date. It presents the characteristics of the better class of books written by English authors in omitting most of the considerations which are not yet ripe for immediate practical application and giving almost exclusively and in a categorical fashion the authors' own views and therapeutic directions. It must, however, be granted that a full familiarity with the literature and current views of others is shown. It is pleasing reading, and can be recommended as a work for the student or for brief references, but not for those who seek fuller details.
Manual of Diseases of the Ear. JAMA. 1909;LIII(26):2174. doi:10.1001/jama.1909.02550260034013
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