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This text-book on diseases of the ear brings the subject reasonably well up to the present time. The book is well written and takes up the subject in a clear and instructive manner. It does not assume that the reader knows a great deal about the subject and still it goes into each subject with sufficient fulness for even an aural specialist. The different subjects are well paragraphed and therefore essential features of each chapter can be readily found. Some features of this specialty are found in the book that are not usually dwelt on in the general run of books on diseases of the ear. There is an exceptionally clear and interesting chapter on the bacteriology of discharges from the ear. The authors set forth with great clearness and minuteness the characteristics of all kinds of aural discharges, and describe carefully the intracranial complications of middle-ear diseases, including the
A Practical Handbook of the Diseases of the Ear. For Senior Students and Practitioners. JAMA. 1911;LVII(27):2162. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.04260120352032
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