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This work on co-related branches has been written by leading specialists and teachers in their respective departments of otology, rhinology and laryngology. Each of the triad of subjects is introduced by a concise, yet thorough, description of the anatomy and physiology of the parts. It seems almost needless to say that the treatment is up to date in every respect. The mechanical make-up of the book, with regard both to material and workmanship, is beyond criticism. By means of large, well-filled pages, with a clean and clear type, the publisher has been enabled to bring the three allied subjects, thoroughly considered, within the limits of a conveniently sized treatise. It is certainly one of the best text-books on these branches before the profession, and as such we unhesitatingly recommend it.
A Text-Book on Diseases of the Ear, Nose and Throat. JAMA. 1901;XXXVII(24):1623. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470500051020
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