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In the preface the authors tell how difficult it is to write a book such as this. In spite of the fact that the subject of speech disorders and their rehabilitation is unlike most specialized subjects and that no one person could be well informed in all branches of study contributory to the rehabilitation of speech, the authors are to be congratulated for presenting a really fine textbook. They have compressed in 475 pages a tremendous amount of information, arranged in a logical and coherent manner. All phases of the subject have been covered. This alone makes the textbook of vast practical importance. Knowledge of speech rehabilitation has accumulated rapidly in recent years, to the end that some standardization of opinion has been achieved and definite principles have been promulgated. The authors have incorporated the universally accepted doctrines, setting them forth in the order of their importance, and have at
The Rehabilitation of Speech: A Textbook of Diagnostic and Corrective Procedures. Arch Otolaryngol. 1938;27(2):257–258. doi:10.1001/archotol.1938.00650030266014
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