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This book presents a comprehensive review of an interesting new diagnostic apparatus by an authority in this field. The author is a laryngologist, well known for his contributions to the development of an electronic stroboscope and for his skill in adapting techniques in the use of this instrument to laryngeal research and diagnosis.
The first part of the book deals with the historic development of stroboscopy in the field of laryngology, and with the technique of stroboscopic examinations. Subsequent chapters present stroboscopic findings in different laryngeal conditions and present an excellent correlation of clinical symptoms to these findings.
Basic physiologic principals are stressed throughout the book. Comprehensive tables summarize the extensive clinical material of the author and offer important guide lines for the practicing laryngologist. A series of excellent photographs of different laryngeal pathologies concludes the book.
This valuable reference book fulfills its purpose in every respect it acquaints the
VON LEDEN H. Die Stroboskopie in der praktischen Laryngologie. Arch Otolaryngol. 1962;75(3):283–284. doi:10.1001/archotol.1962.00740040291026
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