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The previous volume of this year-book was so well received that the editors continued their work and give us this year a somewhat larger compilation of the literature on nose, throat and ear diseases than was given last year. The abstracts are well selected and cover the whole range of the ordinarily accessible literature. They notice the difficulties which every one must experience who is engaged in the work of culling out the essence of what has been written, and remark in their preface that many articles have been omitted on account of their being simply statements of accepted opinions written for the general practitioner, or in some cases that they touch upon so many points of such importance that abstracting is not possible. They are mentioned under proper headings so that those interested may readily refer to them. The two volumes that have appeared of this year-book make one
The Year Book of the Nose, Throat, and Ear. The Nose and Throat,. JAMA. 1901;XXXVI(12):827. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470120051025
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