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This is a volume of 293 pages followed by twenty-three pages of references to literature and an index. The contents cover the entire subject of local anesthesia as applied to the head, neck, larynx and esophagus. The author goes into great detail about the various forms of local anesthesia, and the technic of superficial and injection anesthesia in the general part of the book. In the special part of the book, the author gives in detail the technic of local anesthesia in operations on the head, ears, eyes, nose, nasal sinuses, hypophysis, mouth and neck. The book is well illustrated. It undoubtedly represents the result of years of study and experience in this subject, and the feeling of the reviewer is that the book should fulfil a much needed place in medical literature. The descriptions of the technic for injection for local anesthesia are plain and definite, with a complete
LEHRBUCH DER LOKALANASTHESIA DES OHRES UND DER OBEREN LUFT UND SPEISEWEGE. Arch Otolaryngol. 1926;3(6):575. doi:10.1001/archotol.1926.00580010609012
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