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HEREDITARY AND CONSTITUTIONAL PATHOLOGY OF THE EAR AND UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT. DR. SIEMENS.
This paper appeared in the Zeitschrift für Hals-, Nasen- und Ohrenheilkunde (29:3 [May 5] 1931) and was abstracted in the ARCHIVES (14:381 [Sept.] 1931).
CONSTITUTIONAL PROBLEMS IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF DISEASES OF THE THROAT, NOSE AND EAR. DR. ALBRECHT.
This paper appeared in the Zeitschrift für Hals-, Nasen- und Ohrenheilkunde (29:18 [May 5] 1931) and was abstracted in the ARCHIVES (14:389 [Sept.] 1931).
THE INDIVIDUAL CONDITIONS OF THE MUCOSA OF THE MIDDLE EAR IN ITS DEVELOPMENT AND STRUCTURE. DR. SCHWARTZ.
Histologic investigations were made of the temporal bones of fetuses from 3 to 10 months of age. The embryonal mucosa consisted of homogeneous loosely fibrillar connective tissue. From case to case there was considerable difference in the thickness of the tunica propria and in the structure. In the same fetus there was no difference in the two sides. According to Schwartz' view the causes of
LEWY A. GERMAN OTOLARYNGOLOGICAL SOCIETY: Leipzig, May 21 to 23, 1931: ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR HALS-, NASEN- UND OHRENHEILKUNDE 29:98 (SEPT.) 1931. Arch Otolaryngol. 1932;15(2):320–330. doi:10.1001/archotol.1932.03570030337017
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