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June 1935

CHICAGO LARYNGOLOGICAL AND OTOLOGICAL SOCIETYRegular Monthly Meeting, March 4, 1935

Arch Otolaryngol. 1935;21(6):742-747. doi:10.1001/archotol.1935.00640020757015

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Abstract

CARCINOMA OF THE TONGUE. DR. T. C. GALLOWAY.

This patient was shown to demonstrate what team-work can do in cancer. The patient had a carcinoma on the right side of the posterior third of the tongue. I ligated an external carotid artery and coagulated the tissue around the growth well, and about one month later Dr. Samuel J. Pearlman resected a gland. Dr. A. T. Larkin applied a radium collar for a dose of 9,600 mg. hrs. The result seems rather good, but is not reported as a cure since it is of only two years' duration.

CHONDROMYXOSARCOMA OF THE NOSE. DR. T. C. GALLOWAY.

This 15 year old boy came for an examination because of nasal blocking of eighteen months' duration. He presented polypoid masses filling the left nostril and half of the nasopharynx, with fulness over the left cheek. At first it seemed almost impossible to consider removal

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