Offbeat Otolaryngology: What the Textbooks don't tell you by John D. C. Bennett

By John D. C. Bennett

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Learning Point There were lots of important anatomists during the Renaissance, most of them working in Italy. We now turn to the seventeenth-century. Probably the greatest book concerned with our subject to be produced in the seventeenth century and what is also generally accepted to be the first monograph to be published on the subject of otology was Traitede VOrgane w The reader should note that the much hyped video Debbie Does Dallas has very little to do with American football and even less to do with the city of Dallas.

101 He pointed out that only "dry objects give off sound", hence the echoes from the dry tympanic membrane went to a "dry bone " (unspecified) whose secondary echoes were picked up by an even drier membrane and sent to the brain. One has to admit that with a generous if fanciful imagination this could well be interpreted as transduction through the middle ear - especially in birds. It is perhaps therefore a shame that Aristotle (384-322 BC), who was not only a doctor but also the son of a doctor, should have seemingly spoiled things.

The call of the bugle in wartime can stir otherwise quite passive doctors l Our American readers would probably consider the United States to be now part of the First World. 24 into a military role, or they can be conscripted. The peace-time military medical services may provide a means of obtaining professional qualifications or advancement not otherwise attainable. 54 At least it provides secure employment, but not all those serving expect to see action and those who leave after their time is up, and are then called back for some emergency, are presumably equally taken off their guard.

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