A review of the current literature in the field of otolaryngology is again presented in abstract form. We have made use of abstracts of articles which have been published by others, and this has facilitated our work immensely. Many articles which should have been reviewed here have been omitted because good abstracts were not available and a lack of time has prevented us from preparing them.
For the first time since this series of reviews was instituted the most fertile investigations on the anatomy and physiology of the ear have been made by Americans. In this country otologists are particularly grateful for the stimulus given to the study of the physiology of hearing by Wever and Bray. To Davis, Lurie, Crowe and Cullen and their co-workers much credit must be given. To Lorente de Nó, Tait and McNally acknowledgment is made of their excellent contributions, particularly on anatomy
MELTZER PE, GETTES CN. Progress in OtolaryngologyA Summary of the Bibliographic Material Available in the Field of OtolaryngologyANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE EAR. Arch Otolaryngol. 1935;21(4):468–486. doi:10.1001/archotol.1935.00640020480013
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