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This work is intended to meet the needs of the physician and the undergraduate student. The author recognizes the fact that it is essential that the general practitioner should have sufficient knowledge of the so-called special branches to enable him to make a diagnosis, to be able to treat the simpler affections of the special organs, to realize his limitations in these special fields and to know when to advise the assistance of a specialist. The author has solved this question, as far as suitable text on the ear, nose and throat is concerned,in this new work which should appeal to both student and physician, since it is eminently practical as a text-book for the former and a valuable reference work to the latter.
Diseases of the Ear. Nose and Throat. JAMA. 1912;LVIII(7):510. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04260020194035
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