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The author of this splendid work is one of the outstanding otolaryngologists of the United States. His service in this specialty from the time he first began his career has been of such high quality that he quickly received the proper recognition. Eminently successful as a clinician and a surgeon, he accepted important teaching appointments, which as time went on endeared him to an ever increasing number of pupils, both here and abroad. In addition, he contributed much to otolaryngologic literature, having written several valuable textbooks and numerous articles. His papers and discussions presented before the national laryngologic societies will linger long in the memories of those whose privilege it has been to listen to him.
In the course of time Dr. Barnhill has received many honors. A glance at the list on the title page of his book showing his connections with university faculties as well as the leading
Surgical Anatomy of the Head and Neck.. Arch Otolaryngol. 1938;27(4):516–517. doi:10.1001/archotol.1938.00650030527016
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