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October 1931


Arch Otolaryngol. 1931;14(4):544. doi:10.1001/archotol.1931.03580020600014

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This is a monograph of 103 pages. The importance, in the treatment for diseases of the ear, of considering the general condition of the patient and other disease processes than that located in the ear needs no special emphasis. The author has endeavored to cover the subject of the treatment for certain diseases of the ear along the line of internal medicine, especially the general therapeutic measures in support of local treatment. A fair idea of the scope is had by looking over the table of contents. He includes in his survey diseases of the outer ear: eczema, furunculosis, recurring accumulations of cerumen; diseases of the middle ear; chronic adhesive processes of the middle ear, inflammatory diseases of the middle ear, the intracranial complications, such as sepsis of otologic origin, and meningitis; the treatment of the diabetic patient before and after operation, tuberculosis of the middle ear; diseases of the

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