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Any work that comes from the pens of the Jacksons will be welcome to the medical profession both here and abroad, and none is more timely than the present book on "Cancer of the Larynx," in which the authors give not only their own outstanding views and technic but also those of others. As usual in a Jackson book, the illustrations are extraordinarily good and, as usual, most of them are original work of the authors. Any one who knows the name of Jackson in connection with laryngology will understand, then, how perfect they are, whether line drawings, colored plates or photographs. In the chapters on history illustrations from other authors are included.
The authors stress the importance and harmlessness under approved conditions of biopsy as a diagnostic imperative, as they have been teaching for years, and also the need for haste once the diagnosis has been established. The different
Cancer of the Larynx. Arch Otolaryngol. 1940;31(5):882. doi:10.1001/archotol.1940.00660010896011
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