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The author presents the subject of plastic surgery of the nose, ear and face in a concise and lucid manner, just as one who is accustomed to instruct others is expected to do. The illustrations are particularly clear and instructive. There is an absence of the usual galaxy of photographs of patients, "before and after," which goes with most articles that have been written on this subject. The author omits these photographs for the reason that they are often misleading and can be made to present results which are not in keeping with fact. This impresses the reviewer as the best treatise that has appeared on this recent field for the otolaryngologist.
Plastic Surgery of the Nose, Ear and Face. Arch Otolaryngol. 1932;16(2):308. doi:10.1001/archotol.1932.00630040317014
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