2 edition of Principles and practice of modern otology found in the catalog.
Principles and practice of modern otology
John F. Barnhill
|Statement||by John F. Barnhill... and Ernest de Wolfe Wales...|
|Contributions||Wales, Ernest deWolfe, 1873- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||RF121 .B28|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||598|
|LC Control Number||11000934|
Author(s): Barnhill,John Finch,; Wales,Ernest de Wolfe, Title(s): Principles and practice of modern otology,by John F. Barnhill and Ernest de Wolfe Wales. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Philadelphia, Saunders, The principles and practice of modern otology. Pages: ; First Published: April ; PDF PDF Request permissions; Text‐book or otology. Pages: ; First Published: April ; PDF PDF Request permissions; Tools. Submit an Article; Browse free sample issue; Get content alerts; Subscribe to .
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Excerpt from Principles and Practice of Modern Otology The methods of practice in otology have changed so rapidly that much' concerning the subject which was only recently accepted as a standard of guidance is now almost entirely obsolete.
This statement is especially true of the suppurative affections of the temporal bone, the treatment of Author: John F. Barnhill. Full text of "Principles and practice of modern otology" See other formats.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Barnhill, John Finch, Principles and practice of modern otology. Philadelphia, Saunders, (OCoLC) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Barnhill, John F. (John Finch), Principles and practice of modern otology.
Philadelphia, Saunders, Otolaryngology - Principles and Practice comprehensively covers the entire field of otolaryngology across pages. Written by a team of otolaryngology experts from the USA and Brazil, this authoritative book is essential for all otorhinolaryngologists in training and in practice.
This book is divided into chapters spanning six sections.5/5(3). The good judgment in this—the essentially surgical part of the work—and the plain way of directing the treatment and the operations for these important diseases stamp the book a trustworthy advisor to students and practitioners.
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Need Help. [email protected] Principles and practice of modern otology, By John F. (John Finch) Barnhill, Ernest deWolfe Wales and M.D. Rare Book Collection of Rush University Medical. Editorial Reviews. Reviewer: Ronald Dong, MD (Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine) Description: This second edition of a book originally published in contains both basic science information and clinical advances in modern otology.
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