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THIS ISSUE of the Archives of OtoLaryngology includes a new department, "The Resident's Page." Actually of four pages, this department is planned and designed to be of special interest and teaching value to residents in otolaryngology, and we hope that it will prove of interest to all otolaryngologists. It will consist of two pathologic quiz cases and an otoaudiologic quiz case. The first two pages will present a brief clinical history and the histopathologic sections of the two pathologic cases but not the diagnosis. To obtain the correct diagnosis the reader (who should have reached his own provisional diagnosis) must turn the page where there will be a discussion of the diagnosis, the differential diagnosis, the treatment applied, and the outcome.
The audiologic quiz case will be presented in a similar manner, with the history and hearing tests on the first two pages, and the correct diagnosis, discussion, treatment recommended,
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