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Feedback on Differential Diagnosis in Otolaryngology

Discussion in 'Otolaryngology' started by KWTRCSI, 03.16.12.

  1. KWTRCSI

    KWTRCSI

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    Greeting all

    Just looking for some feedbacks from you guys on this recently published book (2010)
    I have not read it yet, it sounds promising though. As it seems a good companian to the ER and clinics.

    Looking forward to hearing from you especially the Great Fah-Q, neutropeniaboy, Leforte and resxn. :thumbup:

    Differential Diagnosis in Otolaryngology: Head and Neck Surgery by Michael Stewart Samuel Selesnick
    http://weill.cornell.edu/news/deans/2010/12_08_10.shtml
  2. neutropeniaboy

    neutropeniaboy Blasted ENT Attending

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    Sorry.

    Haven't read it or viewed it.

    I was always a KJ Lee or Current Diagnosis fan.

  3. KWTRCSI

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    No problem and thanks anyway.
  4. resxn

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    Ditto what NPB said
  5. Fah-Q

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    I don't know a thing about the book but it looks like one of the authors has a mustache. Don't ever trust a man with a mustache...unless he's a cop.
  6. KWTRCSI

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    :laugh::laugh:

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