Last year, when the subject of hyperplastic ethmoiditis, in contradistinction to the suppurative type, was presented before one of our laryngologic societies, the question was raised as to whether these conditions were not identical, or that one was merely a sequela or a complication of the other, as the case might be. It is my intention to bring before you to-day the microscopic pathology of these two conditions and show that the ethmoidal structures and their components are, under certain conditions, dissimilarly affected, and, indeed, often in dia-metrically
SKILLERN RH. THE COMPARATIVE PATHOLOGY OF HYPERPLASTIC AND SUPPURATIVE ETHMOIDITIS. JAMA. 1910;55(25):2123–2128. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.04330250019006
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