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The outer ear is, we think, the unsung hero of audiology and otology. Although it’s the part of the ear we can see, it’s often overshadowed by its more celebrated siblings. The inner ear attracts attention for its fascinating and mysterious physiology; and the middle ear, home of the celebrated ossicles, elicits passionate and opinionated discussion.
With the recent centenary of the death of Adam Politzer (1835-1920). Mudry and Riddington Young take a look back at the man who has been as the Father of Otology and was certainly the most influential person in otology in the latter half of the 19th century.