It is impossible to discuss adequately in a short paper all of the possible nervous complications of the ear, nose and throat. I shall speak only of a few. During the past eight years, I have been lecturing to students taking courses in these specialties at the Graduate School of the University of Pennsylvania, and the students, as well as I, have been surprised at the great number of points that are of common interest.
The importance of the relationship of the ear to the nervous system can perhaps be best expressed in the fact that there has appeared recently, under the editorial supervision of Prof. G. Alexander, Prof. O. Marburg and Dr. H. Brunner, all of Vienna, an excellent three volume work on the neurology of the ear.1
INVOLVEMENT OF THE OPTIC NERVE IN DISEASE OF THE SINUS
The association of optic atrophy, optic neuritis and choked
WEISENBURG TH. SOME NEUROLOGIC COMPLICATIONS OF THE EAR, NOSE AND THROAT. Arch Otolaryngol. 1927;5(6):469–480. doi:10.1001/archotol.1927.00600010499001
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