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This volume contains an exhaustive discussion of the use of the roentgenogram and the examination of the temporal bone in its normal and pathologic conditions. Some idea can be obtained of the scope of the work by a mere recital of some of the chapter headings: Development of Etiologic Roentgenogram Diagnosis; Special Technic and Methods of Examination; The Normal Roentgen Anatomy; Anatomic Variations in the Temporal Bone; Types of Pneumatization; Special Pathology; Inflammatory Disease of the Temporal Bone; Acute and Chronic Otitis Media; Specific Middle Ear Inflammation — Tuberculosis and Syphilis; Tumors of the Temporal Bone — Osteoma, Benign Soft Tumors, Carcinoma, Sarcoma, Endothelioma, etc.; Differential Diagnosis of the New Growths and Inflammatory Disease of the Middle Ear; Tumors of the Cerebellar Pontine Angle; Fractures, Operations and Defects; Malformations of the Temporal Bone.
There is a chapter of especial interest to the otologist by K. Eisinger, on the value and
HANDBUCH DER RöNTGENKUNDE. VOLUME 2. OTOLOGISCHE RöNTGENDIAGNOSTIK. Arch Otolaryngol. 1930;12(5):719. doi:10.1001/archotol.1930.03570010801015
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