IT IS my hope that in the following selections from the recent literature my fellow otorhinologists will find some assistance in understanding general diseases of the nervous system as expressed by aural and nasal manifestations. For it is my contention that otorhinology has passed from being a specialty exclusively concerned with infections and diseases of the ear and nose to one which comprehends also an important domain of general medical diagnosis. It is from this point of view that the present survey has been made.
I have tried to put into my headings such anatomic, diagnostic and clinical leads as may be of service to the neuro-otologist. These are often apparently irrelevant to the subject discussed in the article reviewed.
An index of (1) the headings, (2) the subjects and (3) the authors is now in preparation and will be furnished on application, so that it can be added to
EAGLETON WP. ADVANCES IN THE UNDERSTANDING OF RHINOLOGIC AND OTOLOGIC CONDITIONS RELATED TO THE NERVOUS SYSTEM: A Critical Survey of Recent Literature. Arch Otolaryngol. 1946;43(2):151–189. doi:10.1001/archotol.1946.00680050163009
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