Huizinga1 reports three cases of retention cysts situated laterally in the vestibule of the nose. The cysts were removed through an incision underneath the upper lip. Microscopic examintion showed them to be lined with flat squamous cell epithelium and filled with cholesterin. Of the sixty cases that I reviewed from the literature, the patients were almost all women; however, among my own three patients one was a man.
I have reported the end-results of cautery and radium treatment of ninety-seven patients who were suffering from malignant tumor of the antrum, from 1917 to 1924.2 Of the seventy patients with primary tumors of the antrum, twenty-one (30 per cent) were still living from one year and three months to eight years after treatment, and of twentyseven treated for secondary tumor of the antrum, fourteen (51.8 per cent) were still living from one year and three months to
NEW GB. Progress in Otolaryngology: TUMORS OF THE NOSE AND THROAT: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE. Arch Otolaryngol. 1927;5(4):352–356. doi:10.1001/archotol.1927.00600010374010
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