Kirstein.—Autoscopy of the Larynx and Trachea. (Direct Examination without Mirror.) By Alfred Kirstein, M.D. Berlin. Authorized Translation (altered, enlarged, and revised by the Author). By Max Thorner, A.M., M.D., Cincinnati, O., Professor of Clinical Laryngology and Otology, Cincinnati College of Medicine and Surgery, Laryngologist and Aurist, Cincinnati Hospital, etc. With twelve illustrations. (Philadelphia: The F. A. Davis Co. 1897.)
The Journal of Laryngology Rhinology and Otology
The yournal of Laryngology, which makes the book most readable and keeps the matter in an interest ing form, with an easy and ready method of reference. It is a volume which will be a necessity to every library, and to every practitioner who wishes to be able to lay his finger on any particular class of case and discover the latest treatment, coupled with an intelligent and unbiased criticism. The size of the book is practically as before, and we hope the editors will see their way not to
... r increase its size. The original plates and reproductions, both chromos and others, are of a very high class, and show what a large demand this book must have attained ; and we prophesy a still further success. Dr. Ohls has replaced Dr. Hardie on the section of "Nose and Larynx," and proves an equally able editor.