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December 1961


Arch Otolaryngol. 1961;74(6):713. doi:10.1001/archotol.1961.00740030726022

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In his article, "Polysinusectomy and Pansinusectomy," which appeared in the September issue of the Archives, Dr. Nishihata corrected the last sentence of the last full paragraph of the second column (page 248) to read:

The frontal sinus should be opened by the extranasal route in cases in which the following conditions exist: the sinus is normally well developed, or filled with a large amount of degenerated tissues; the postoperative nasofrontal communication does not provide adequate drainage, or the ethmoid cells are found in such a way that they extend far into the frontal sinus, with the mucosa being markedly diseased.

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