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Dr. Myerson presents his textbook on tuberculosis of the ear, the nose and the throat, including the larynx, the trachea and the bronchi. Much is compressed in 291 pages. The printing, the format and the binding, as well as the arrangement of the material, are all first class.
The author bases his treatise on his own observations gleaned from years of experience in this particular field. Controversial issues are fully discussed. In nearly every chapter he frankly and sincerely states his opinion on either the etiologic factors or the therapy of a given condition, and his arguments are so logical and rational that they merit the reflection of the otolaryngologic world. He makes a strong plea for therapy based on sound concepts of pathologic anatomy and physiology, and deplores haphazard measures.
Many of the older ideas are presented in a new light. Each chapter is followed by a bibliography which