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Book Reviews
January 1941

A Complete Guide for the Deafened.

Arch Otolaryngol. 1941;33(1):143. doi:10.1001/archotol.1941.00660030144015

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Abstract

This book on deafness is a thorough and careful breviary written by a layman for laymen but is in every way acceptable and informative to the physician partially familiar with the subject.

The book makes no pretensions of being a textbook but fills the role of a complete and accurate guide for the deafened.

Dr. Hays's preface is pointed and forcible.

The book might well be in the office of every otologist, to be lent to the inquiring deaf person. There are at present but few such books as this one for the purpose.

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