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June 1967

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Arch Otolaryngol. 1967;85(6):688-691. doi:10.1001/archotol.1967.00760040690019

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J. Craig Edgerton, MD, and John W. O'Rear, MD, Fort Worth, Tex  A 21-year-old female in diabetic acidosis developed elevated temperature, right frontal headaches, lethargia, and cellulitis around the right eye. Upon careful questioning she also admitted having the symptom of paresthesia of the right cheek and nose. X-ray examination revealed clouding of all the sinuses on the right. A right frontal sinus trephine was done, producing 10 cc of straw-colored fluid. A black necrotic mass occupying the right middle turbinate was biopsied (Fig 1-3).


Joseph Sataloff, MD  At the age of 17 this 58-year-old man had been hit by an automobile and remembers having had bleeding from his right ear accompanied by right facial paralysis that lasted several months. He also noticed some hearing loss in the right ear following the accident. At the age of about 50 he noted that the hearing

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