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Monographs in Clinical Otolaryngology: Chronic Ear Disease

Monographs in Clinical Otolaryngology: Chronic Ear Disease

    Vol 2

    Author: Gordon Smyth 

    Publisher: Churchill Livingstone, 1980 

    Condition: Excellent 

    "In this monograph the possible etiological processes of chronic suppurative otitis media are reviewed, the surgical techniques which have been most widely used descried, and the results obtained with them reported. There are still a number of solutions for which we have no satisfactory solution. These are defined and the means by which they might be better managed in the future discussed. "

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