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Report of Committee on Otosclerosis.—With respect to research in special fields of medicine, one may read with interest the April (1930) report submitted by the Committee on Otosclerosis of the American Otological Society :
"The committee early recognized that there was urgent need to collect, translate and codify the numerous contributions on otosclerosis which have been published in many languages by many workers. After considerable labor, it published a two-volume work of 684 pages (Otosclerosis, New York, 1929). In this there is present a summary of the investigations of otosclerosis to date. It makes readily available the results of many workers, and has already proved of value to those who desire to start along new paths. Here it is possible to familiarize one's self with the outcome of the studies of previous investigators. Even to those who are not carrying on investigation, it gives valuable information regarding
Waite JH. News and Notes. Arch Ophthalmol. 1930;3(6):784–788. doi:10.1001/archopht.1930.00810080132012
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