Alfred Kirstein

@article{Hirsch1986AlfredK,
  title={Alfred Kirstein},
  author={N. Hirsch and G. Smith and P. O. Hirsch},
  journal={Anaesthesia},
  year={1986},
  volume={41}
}
Autoscopy is, therefore, a difficult morsel; until it is thoroughly absorbed into the life-blood of laryngology it will cause many a digestive disturbance. 
[A look into the larynx--two centuries along the path of laryngoscopy].
Both the design and purpose of the laryngoscope have been changed significantly since Alfred Kirstein invented his own "laryngeal mirror"--the autoscope. An initially straight, rigid oesophageal tubeExpand
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