Note. The field of otolaryngology has become so broad, that the man doing this work finds it difficult to follow as he would like the important contributions that are being made along the several lines. For his convenience, the Archives has undertaken to prepare a series of critical annual summaries which will epitomize the important contributions that appear covering the more important phases of this special field. So far as practical, the reviews on a particular subject are to appear each year in the same month.—The Editor.
Because it is impossible to have the review of the literature for the current year ready for the Archives by the end of that year, it was thought best to cover the period from about October, 1923, to October, 1924, and similarly for any succeeding years.
At the suggestion of the Editor a few papers on the treatment of deafness, and so forth,
SONNENSCHEIN R. THE FUNCTIONAL EXAMINATION OF HEARING: ANNUAL SUMMARY ON THE PROBLEMS OF THE DEAF, PAPERS RELATING TO DEAF-MUTISM AND EDUCATION OF DEAF CHILDREN, MECHANICAL DEVICES FOR HEARING, LIP READING, AND SO FORTH. JAMA Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 1925;1(1):89–108. doi:10.1001/archotol.1925.00560010097010
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