THE PERIOD covered by this publication ranges from Aug. 1, 1946 to Jan. 1, 1948 (Goldsboro, N. C.) and from Feb. 1, 1948 to Aug. 1, 1950 (Kinston, N. C.). During this time a number of pathological conditions which were unusual by virtue of their inherent nature, location, or both were encountered in the office practice of otolaryngology, and it is believed that they are of sufficient interest to warrant recording.
In the preparation of this abstract it was necessary to delete from the original thesis a considerable portion of the content and bibliography and to reduce the number of case reports and illustrations. Routine laboratory tests made on all hospitalized patients consisted of a complete blood count, urinalysis, and blood Wassermann test, but detailed results of the laboratory examinations have for the most part been omitted.
Angiolipoma of the Larynx
A case of laryngeal angiolipoma was not
PEELE JC. UNCOMMON CONDITIONS IN THE FIELD OF OTOLARYNGOLOGY SEEN IN OFFICE PRACTICE. AMA Arch Otolaryngol. 1951;53(5):492–514. doi:10.1001/archotol.1951.03750050012002
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