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September 1930

CHICAGO LARYNGOLOGICAL AND OTOLOGICAL SOCIETYApril 7, 1930

Arch Otolaryngol. 1930;12(3):401-406. doi:10.1001/archotol.1930.03570010447013

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Abstract

RHINOPHYMA. DR. SAMUELSALINGER.

Last fall I presented before this society, a case of an unusually large rhinophyma. I thought at the time that it was the largest I would ever see. Today I present a similar case in which the growth is even larger than the previous one (fig. 1).

Figure 1

Figure 2

One of the lobules which hung over the lower lip was so firm that I suspected malignant degeneration. Histologic section, however, proved otherwise. The operation was attended with comparatively little bleeding. Subsequently epithelial grafts were employed which helped materially in the cosmetic result (fig. 2).

PRIMARYCARCINOMA OF THEMASTOID WITHCHOLESTEATOMA. DR. T. C. GALLOWAY.

A patient was presented who had primary carcinoma of the mastoid with cholesteatoma.

RETICULO-ENDOTHELIALSYSTEM AS ADEFENSIVEMECHANISM. DR. PAUL R. CANNON.

The conception of a generalized system of cells of the connective tissues which are characterized by

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