This is undoubtedly the most ambitious and comprehensive work of its kind ever attempted. Among its unique features, aside from the great variety of conditions represented, are the exceptionally high quality of the photographic material and the correlation, in many cases, with relevant clinical, roentgenographic, and laboratory findings. Included are sections on the auricle, external auditory canal, middle ear and mastoid, face and external nose, inner nose and sinuses, lips, oral cavity and soft palate, tongue and floor of mouth, mesopharynx, epipharynx and choanae, salivary glands, neck, larynx, tracheobronchial tree, and esophagus.
The otolaryngologist and bronchoesophagologist depend, to a greater degree than other specialists, on interpretation of the visual image. Thus there is great satisfaction in finding a single volume which documents multiple examples of uncommon as well as the common diseases. The 1,258 illustrations include 774 beautifully reproduced in color, many of which were made with the Holinger-Brubaker endoscopic