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After reading the publisher's notice, one's immediate thought is that this must be a lot of atlas to be priced at $75. It is a lot of atlas.
The scope is broad and cover sufficiently deep so that most clinical entities suitable for pictographic representation have been included as may be evidenced by the total of 1,258 illustrations displayed in the book's 315, 8 × 12 pages.
Quality is matched by quantity and if one word may be used to describe the entire atlas it must be quality. Quality is represented in the end product of the illustrations which is the sum total of: the abundant accumulation of excellent clinical material; the effort, time, and special skill of the photographer, particularly so in the acquisition of endoscopic views of the ear and respiratory passages; the technical care in processing, enlarging, and otherwise handling the film, and, finally, the ability of
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