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ZEITSCHRIFTFÜRHALS- NASEN- UNDOHRENHEILKUNDE38:53-292 (Oct. 22) 1935.
OTOGENICSEPSIS. DR. MARX, Wurzburg.
Marx presents a paper on otogenic sepsis. He shows a number of photomicrographs on the pathologic anatomy of sinus and bulbar thrombosis, of the so-called osteophlebitic pyemia and of the wall of the thrombotic jugular vein.
LEADINGPOINTS OFVIEW IN THETREATMENT OFOTOGENICSEPSIS ANDSINUSTHROMBOSIS. DR. L. HAYMANN, Munich.
Haymann maintains that otogenic general sepsis originates frequently but not always in thrombosis of one of the cerebral sinuses adjoining the temporal bone. He stresses that there are a number of cases in which the clinical aspects of general sepsis are present although the septic focus is not a sinus thrombosis. For this reason intervention on the sinuses should be made only after all available diagnostic aids have been used. Such intervention as ligation of the jugular vein or of the sinus
GERMAN OTOLARYNGOLOGICAL SOCIETY: Bad Reichenhall, June 6 to 8, 1935. Arch Otolaryngol. 1936;24(3):395–400. doi:10.1001/archotol.1936.00640050405012
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