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Dr. Fletcher asked if the peculiarity of the extent or position of the antrum was indicated in any way by the shape of the face. For instance, is the antrum farther back in a face with high cheek-bones, or is there any similar indication in regard to it?
Dr. Talbot said that as far as he knew there was nothing to indicate the extent or position of the antrum from the form or character of the bones of the face.
Dr. J. S. Marshall hoped that something would be said of antral disease following the grip. He had had four cases, in each of which there had been discharges into the nasal cavity of thick mucus.—not bad smelling, nor was it pus, but simply apparently an excess of mucus which had filled the cavity and was discharged through the nose. He thought it advisable
DISCUSSION OF DR. GRADLE'S PAPER. JAMA. 1893;XX(1):7–8. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.02420280015001c
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