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To the Editor.—The omission of Dr. Godfrey E. Arnold's article (Laryngoscope71:687, 1961) was an inadvertent and not a deliberate omission from the list of references. His excellent work has been frequently quoted by me in prior publications. Because I read Dr. Arnold's extensive thesis several years ago, I overlooked his similar proposal for using extrinsic laryngeal muscles for relief of a cricothyroid palsy. But this is all beside the point; Dr. Arnold should be given credit for proposing the idea. Please accept my apology for this error.
HAST MH. EXTRINSIC LARYNGEAL MUSCLES-Reply. Arch Otolaryngol. 1969;89(3):557. doi:10.1001/archotol.1969.00770020559024
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