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January 1928


Arch Otolaryngol. 1928;7(1):96-97. doi:10.1001/archotol.1928.00620010104012

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This treatise includes a rediscussion of problems presented in an earlier publication in 1918 concerning headaches and disorders of the eyes of nasal origin.

The problems discussed are among the most difficult to evaluate in clinical medicine. This book should be carefully read by every one undertaking to practice in the field of rhinology. There is much in it to command serious attention. It is a philosophic discussion of some of the newer problems in this special field. The author is to be complimented on his masterful presentation of details and his suggestive speculations. The book is sure to attract attention to some of the complex problems in rhinology. It should be read especially by those who have had sufficient background in clinical experience to be able to evaluate for themselves the problems discussed in it. Its perusal by the untrained "specialist" is capable of doing a world of

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