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December 1931

Ophthalmo- und Oto-Neurologie. Ein Lehrbuch für Studierende und Aerzte.

Arch Otolaryngol. 1931;14(6):846. doi:10.1001/archotol.1931.03580020937018

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This is a volume of 366 pages with 87 illustrations, part of them in colors. It is pointed out in the foreword that the neurology of the eye and ear has, in recent years, developed into a specialty by itself, and that while there are handbooks covering this subject, the present volume is intended to cull from the vast literature that has accumulated in this field that which is most important and established. It endeavors to acquaint the eye and ear practitioners with the neurologic diagnosis, and especially the recognition and treatment of the accompanying nervous symptoms and complications of eye and ear diseases, and the neurologist with the differential diagnosis applied by the otologist and the ophthalmologist especially in regard to the newer theoretical basis in this field. The aim is further to lead the general practitioner into this field of special work. The material sets forth in a

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