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Dr. E. Watson-Williams, Bristol, England, has been invited to collect cases of papillary granuloma of the larynx, with special reference to its occurrence after exposure to mustard or other irritating gases, for presentation at the June Session of the Laryngological Section of the Royal Society of Medicine.
He would be grateful for any notes of cases of this rare condition, illustrations and microscopic slides especially, or any references to published cases or to occurrence apart from war service.
Special points of note are: (1) signs and symptoms, clinical appearances; (2) date of exposure to and nature of gas; (3) latent period, if any; (4) operative measures, exact site of granuloma and pathologic report; (5) examination of blood or sputum for syphilis and tuberculosis; (6) subsequent history.
Communications should be addressed to Dr. E. Watson-Williams, Royal Infirmary, Bristol, England.
COURSE IN OTOLARYNGOLOGY AT UNIVERSITY OF BORDEAUX, FRANCE
Prof. Goerges Portmann plans
LARYNGOLOGICAL SECTION OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF MEDICINE. Arch Otolaryngol. 1930;11(3):361. doi:10.1001/archotol.1930.03560030107010
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