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Translation of this authoritative work by the Jacksons, which has already been published in French, Italian and Spanish, now appears in Japanese. The translation was done by Dr. Jo Ono, the visiting professor of bronchoesophagology, Keio University Medical School.
Dr. Ono is an alumnus of Jefferson Medical College. On completion of his preliminary medical education he spent a number of years under Dr. Louis Clerf in endoscopic practice. Since returning to his native Japan he has devoted his efforts to the field of bronchoesophagology. Thus, by both training and experience Dr. Ono is eminently fitted to undertake this task of translating Jacksons' writing into Japanese.
Dr. Ono states in the introduction of this edition that Dr. Jackson contributed more than 70 halftone cuts, including a colored print, depicting 18 different conditions as seen through the peroral endoscopes, for the benefit of the Japanese edition. The colored plate appears on the
Broncho-Esophagology and Gastroscopy. AMA Arch Otolaryngol. 1951;53(3):351. doi:10.1001/archotol.1951.03750030110019
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