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August 22, 1914

Development and Anatomy of the Nasal Accessory Sinuses in Man. Observations based on Two Hundred and Ninety Lateral Nasal Walls, Showing the Various Stages and Types of Development of the Accessory Sinus Areas from the Sixtieth Day of Fetal Life to Advanced Maturity.

JAMA. 1914;LXIII(8):700. doi:10.1001/jama.1914.02570080084027

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Abstract

This book is mechanically excellent. It contains fifty-seven slightly tinted accurate and very clear cuts illustrating the nasal accessory sinuses at all stages from embryonic to adult life. The legends explaining the various figures are satisfactory, so that anatomic features may be taken in quickly. The text is clear and concise, yet comprehensive, and all in all it is a valuable addition to the literature of the development and anatomy of the region specially interesting to the rhinologist.

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