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October 1941

Essays on the Applied Physiology of the Nose.

Arch Otolaryngol. 1941;34(4):863. doi:10.1001/archotol.1941.00660040919026

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Abstract

A new textbook on the applied physiology of the nose is presented to the medical profession by Dr. Arthur W. Proetz. It constitutes the first text of its kind and represents the latest contribution of this distinguished rhinologist to American otolaryngology.

The book is built on strong pillars. Fundamental principles based on the author's laboratory and clinical studies, together with the closest collaboration with men outstanding in the fields of otolaryngology, anatomy, cytology and physiology; knowledge, judgment, depth of understanding, reflection and maturity of thought arrived at after many years of teaching and discussions with eminent rhinologists; exchange of views with others during the meetings of the various national and local laryngologic bodies; the rich background of the author and his constant endeavor to be exact, precise and certain and to leave controversial subjects to be revised at the proper time; the zeal of the author in combing the literature

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