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PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS: CLINICALPROBLEMS OFRHINOLOGY. DR. GEORGE E. SHAMBAUGH, Chicago.
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CHONDROMA OF THELARYNX: A REPORT OFSIXCASES. DR. FREDERICK A. FIGI, Rochester, Minn.
Knowledge concerning the clinical characteristics of chondroma of the larynx, permitting early recognition and effective treatment, accumulates slowly because of the rarity of these tumors. A review of the symptoms, diagnostic features and treatment, together with case reports of six chondromas of the larynx seen in the Mayo clinic, are presented.
DR. WILLIAM B. CHAMBERLIN, Cleveland: I recall tumors that I have mistaken for chondroma. One proved to be a tuberculoma and was dense, hard and fibrous, about as large as a very large hazelnut. The other was a cyst of the larynx.
LARYNGITIS AND TRACHEITIS IN CHILDREN, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO NONDIPHTHERITIC INFECTIONS. DR. T. R. GITTENS,
IMPERATORI CJ, SHAMBAUGH GE. AMERICAN LARYNGOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION. Arch Otolaryngol. 1932;16(2):285–307. doi:10.1001/archotol.1932.00630040294012
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