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This may be considered by many as a 76 page monograph. But it is so crammed with information, its format is so attractive and its plates and diagrams are so informative and beautiful to behold that it rates as a book worthy of review in this Journal.
It was conceived as a lecture or series of lectures for delivery by Dr. Tsuiki in 1953 as a memorial, under the auspices of the Japan Broncho-Eosophagological Society, of the 100th anniversary of the discovery of the laryngoscope (laryngeal mirror) by Manuel Garcia.
It was then amplified and published in its present form and English translation in 1957. Dr. Tsuiki offered it as his bit to the furtherance of international good will.
It is an answer to five questions posed by Dr. Tsuiki, himself. These are: What can be accomplished by roentgenography in adding to visual laryngoscopic examination? What can be done electronically
SELLERS LM. Methods of Laryngeal Examination. Arch Otolaryngol. 1961;74(6):715–716. doi:10.1001/archotol.1961.00740030728024
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