The review is a critical analysis
of the article” Factors Influencing Referral of Patients with Voice Disorders
from Primary Care to Otolaryngology” published in the Laryngoscope.
In the review of this article,
first summary is given, secondly assessment of the print structure is done,
keeping in view its layout and reader friendly format. Lastly the aim of the
review of this article is towards a critique analysis , evaluating its
authority, currency, accuracy, objectivity and coverage. Any tables, graphs,
diagrams and illustrations are also analyzed.
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