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November 1942

Diseases and Injuries of the Larynx.

Arch Otolaryngol. 1942;36(5):772. doi:10.1001/archotol.1942.03760050164021

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A second edition of "The Larynx and Its Diseases," by the Jacksons, has just come off the press. It retains in every detail the excellence of the original edition.

This volume totals 633 pages, of which 560 are devoted to the larynx and its diseases, and in these pages the reader will find the subject presented in the manner characteristic of the authors. Authority, interest, clarity, exactness and sound reasoning, aided by the numerous original sketches, schemas and colored drawings, as well as the 86 references cited, largely from the authors' own papers and compilations, though many are freely drawn from those of other distinguished laryngologists, all of these points, and many more, aid tremendously in presenting the teaching vividly and forcefully. By these means living pathology is literally demonstrated from the wealth of accumulated clinical data available, and the colored drawings, made by the authors themselves, are magnificently lifelike.

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