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November 1931


Arch Otolaryngol. 1931;14(5):659-692. doi:10.1001/archotol.1931.03580020729019

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Presidential Address: Otological Problems. Dr. D. Harold Walker, Boston.  Nearly all of the allied sciences must be understood and coordinated if the otologist of today is to enjoy to the fullest degree the study of the organ of hearing. He must realize that research and investigation should go "hand in hand" with clinical otology if he wishes to develop his individuality and power of imagination and to maintain a keen scientific intellect for years to come.I do not wish to spend valuable time in a prolonged discussion of the many problems to be solved and the unknown fields to be discovered, but the recent researches of a few investigators make it imperative that a few of these lines of research be mentioned, and I would also like to suggest a few subjects to be considered by the society for future programs.Three years ago, Dr. Goldstein gave a most

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