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September 1943

Rehabilitation of the War Injured; A Symposium.

Arch Otolaryngol. 1943;38(3):307. doi:10.1001/archotol.1943.00670040320014

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In this textbook the various war injuries are considered under the headings of neurology and psychiatry, reconstructive and plastic surgery, orthopedics, physical therapy, occupational therapy and vocational guidance, legal aspects of rehabilitation and miscellaneous aspects, the last stressing vascular and neurologic lesions in survivors of shipwreck.

All the contributors are men of high standing in their respective fields, and the text fully covers the latest experience of our British colleagues.

The format and arrangement of the material are first class; much is compressed in the 684 pages, and the wealth of otolaryngologic data presented by several outstanding rhinoplastic surgeons presupposes on the part of the reader a preliminary knowledge of and experience in the various phases of reconstructive surgery of the nose, jaw and face.

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