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OTO‐RHINO‐LARYNGOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN BRONCHIECTASIS
the disease. First of all, the patient should live in a dry climate, good food should be given, with Oleum Morrhum, iodides and inhalations containing creosote, menthol et cetera. Drainage by postureExpand
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NEURALGIA DUE TO SINUS INFECTION.
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NASAL PLASTIC SURGERY
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TREATMENT OF THE SEVERER CASES OF FRACTURED NASAL BONES
  • A. Watkins
  • Medicine
  • British medical journal
  • 18 November 1933
-The presence of a foetus is quite exceptional, and is evidence that the chorion must have functioned well for several weeks before abnormal epithelial proliferation began. The mole itself was large,Expand
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ALLERGY IN OTO‐RHINO‐LARYNGOLOGICAL PRACTICE
IT is commonly believed by the public that once ene has had a nasal operation performed a whole series of such operations will follow. Unfortunately there is quite a modicum of truth in this belief.Expand
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THE ALLEGED PAINFUL SEQUELÆ AND POOR RESULTS OF ANTROSTOMY
Allergy.-'Yhen a patienthasan allergic rhinitis, one should move warily before advising sinus operations. As I have emphasizedpreviously,(1) it is bestto havethe allergic conditionof such patientsExpand