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This highly technical book is written in a vocabulary that will scarcely be understood by the average otologist unless he has had training in higher physics and mathematics. Yet, it appears to be authoritative, exact and comprehensive.
The subject of comparison in the functions of the eyes and ears is undoubtedly of some importance and value and has already been undertaken by Roydon-Smith ("Theories of Sight and Sound," Oxford University Press).
There may come a time when treatises of this sort will be reduced to an understandable text; until then, much that is of value cannot be utilized by all of us.
Some Relations Between Vision and Audition. Arch Otolaryngol. 1950;52(2):320. doi:10.1001/archotol.1950.00700030341020
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