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July 1929


Arch Otolaryngol. 1929;10(1):100-103. doi:10.1001/archotol.1929.00620040110015

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Dr. E. Urbantschitsch delivered a commemoration address in honor of Dr. O. Beck, deceased.

Oct. 29, 1928


  1. 1. Dr. Gatscher presented a patient who suffered from paracusis echotica for a short time following acute myringitis.

  2. 2. Dr. L. Hofmann presented a girl, aged 6½ years, in whom an exacerbation of chronic otitis was followed by bulbus thrombosis. An interesting feature of this case was the simultaneous appearance of choreatic symptoms and the symmetrical appearance of metastases in both ring fingers.

  3. 3. Dr. Forschner presented a case in which sinus thrombosis occurred in the third week of an attack of acute otitis. He recommended scarlet fever serum in the treatment of the streptococcal septicemia and the application of insulin to the retro-auricular wound for the stimulation of granulation tissue.

    Dr. Ruttin had not had good results with scarlet fever serum in streptococcal septicemia.

    Dr. Hecht recommended

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