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May 1939


Arch Otolaryngol. 1939;29(5):875-877. doi:10.1001/archotol.1939.00650050937012

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Scleroma (Rhinoscleroma): Histologic Changes After Teleradium Therapy; Review of Scleroma in the United States. Presented by Dr. J. A. Weiss.  This paper will be published in full, with discussion, in a later issue of the Archives.

Air Cells in the Petrous Part of the Temporal Bone of a Child of Thirteen. Presented by Dr. J. Gordon Wilson.  I shall present an anatomic study of air cells in the petrous part of the temporal bone of a child aged 13 and of their relation to the middle ear, discussing the petrous part as a whole, which, because of its part in the formation of the cranium and its contents, I regard as the most interesting bone in the skull.There are differences in the extent, size and location of the tubal cells in different persons. The specimen to be discussed was chosen because it presented well marked air cells and other

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