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July 1929


Arch Otolaryngol. 1929;10(1):97-100. doi:10.1001/archotol.1929.00620040107014

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  1. 1. Dr. Hajek presented a paper on Siebenmann.

  2. 2. Dr. Glas presented a patient in whom a cancer of the ethmoid appeared six years after a bilateral radical operation on the maxillary sinus, and described the relations between chronic inflammation and the development of carcinoma.

  3. 3. Dr. Glas presented a patient with a swelling of the left side of the larynx and made a presumptive diagnosis of a ventricular cyst.

  4. 4. Dr. Kahr demonstrated a case of polycythemia rubra.

  5. 5. Dr. Kahr presented a hard papilloma from the anterior part of the middle meatus in a woman, aged 50.

  6. 6. Dr. Weil demonstrated for the fourth time a tumor laryngis, in which numerous biopsies always showed only marked epithelial proliferation which in some places was atypical. Dr. Glas considered the tumor a cauliflower-like epithelioma.

  7. 7. Dr. Adler presented a case of saddle-nose following a septal operation. The patient was cured

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