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CYSTS OF THEFLOOR OF THEMOUTH. Presented by DR. OTTO J. STEIN, Chicago.
The variety and not infrequent occurrence of cysts in the floor of the mouth make this subject of sufficient importance for presentation to the laryngologist.
Confusion exists in the minds of some as to the origin, character, method of handling and similarity of these cysts to other forms of tumors.
A discussion of the various kinds of cysts found in this region, their origin, historical reference, citation of personal cases, differential diagnosis and methods of procedure followed.
DR. G. BERRY, Worcester, Mass.: Results were obtained by injecting methylin blue before starting the operation; this outlined the course of the duct all the way in the thyroglossal duct type of case. In the two cases recalled, one divided itself and went on each side of the hyoid bone; the other went behind the hyoid
DEAN LW. AMERICAN LARYNGOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION: Forty-Seventh Annual Congress, Held at Washington, D. C., May 4-6, 1925. Arch Otolaryngol. 1925;2(2):191–216. doi:10.1001/archotol.1925.00570010203010
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