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This volume was prepared "chiefly for students and practitioners of medicine" and as such aims to leave out much of the detail and clinical discussions concerning the problems in the field of otolaryngology that confront the practitioner who is specializing in this particular field. Accompanying the text are 452 illustrations most of which are new or present new adaptations of well-known illustrations. The text bears the characteristic stamp of having been written by a man who has reached working conclusions regarding the clinical problems in otolaryngology. The arrangement of the chapters and the material presented are original. The presentation of the technic of operative work is particularly lucid, and this will be read with interest by those who are specializing in this field.
As a book intended for medical students and general practitioners it would seem to the reviewer that more emphasis is placed on the