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October 1929

VIENNA LARYNGORHINOLOGIC SOCIETYJuly 3, 1928

Arch Otolaryngol. 1929;10(4):434-441. doi:10.1001/archotol.1929.00620070108012

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Abstract

SEVEREEPISTAXIS FROMHEMANGIOMA OFNASALMUCOUSMEMBRANE. By DR. RIENZNER.

As a result of a hemangioma of the nasal mucous membrane, an epistaxis developed which endangered life.

DISCUSSION

DR. KREN discussed the differential diagnosis of the various forms of nevus and pointed out that the condition in the case in question was nevus vasculosus.

DR. M. WEIL: I have observed a similar case.

DR. MARSCHIK: The small, frequently overlooked angioma of the raphé palati often leads to occult hemorrhages, and these are diagnosed as pulmonary hemoptysis.

CHRONICEDEMA (IDIOPATHICELEPHANTIASIS) OF THE MUCOUSMEMBRANE OF THENOSE, PHARYNX AND LARYNX. By DR. RIENZNER.

A cause for this condition could not be detected in the case presented, and various treatments were of no avail.

SYNECHIA OFVOCALCORDSFOLLOWINGCURETTAGE OFLARYNX. By DR. RIENZNER.

Dr. Rienzner presented a case in which, following curettage of the larynx on account of

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