Hall and Colman's Diseases of the Ear, Nose, and Throat, Volume 174

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Martin Burton
Churchill Livingstone, 2000 - Medical - 224 pages
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A radical rewrite of a famous and popular textbook on ENT, aimed at medical students and surgical trainees. Each section contains a succinct account of the relevant anatomy, full discussion of the examination of each region and complete coverage of both ENT surgery and disease.

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Anatomy and physiology of the ear 39
Examination and assessment of the ear 1119

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Andrew Robson is widely regarded as Britain s number one bridge player-teacher. He has won countless international bridge events beginning in 1989 with the World Junior Championships and including, in 1991, the European Championships. He is perhaps best known as the Times Bridge Correspondent.

John Russell is a software developer and technical writer, and he's currently the documentation lead for the Cloudera Impala project. He has a broad range of database and SQL experience from previous roles on industry-leading teams. For DB2, he designed and coded the very first Information Center. For Oracle Database, he documented application development subjects and designed and coded the Project Tahiti doc search engine. For MySQL, he documented the InnoDB storage engine. Originally from Newfoundland, Canada, John now resides in Berkeley, California.

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