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Mawson's Diseases of the Ear was first introduced in 1973 and is one of the few classic texts on otology. It is a comprehensive work that not only deals with basic anatomy, physiology, and diagnostic procedures, but also offers complete coverage of pathologic abnormalities and diseases of the ear. It describes in detail the various surgical procedures that may be necessary to correct them. The diagrams are clear and concise; the drawings done by an otologist are beautifully illustrated.
Now Mawson has produced a necessary updated edition to encompass all the newest concepts in this expanding and rapidly progressive field. In the past 15 years, there have been more changes in otology, perhaps, than in any other specialty. The new third edition assures the reader of the most current information. Mawson's book is outstanding. It fulfills an important gap in otolaryngology and must be considered essential reading material not only