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Etiology of Bilateral Abductor Vocal Cord Paralysis
The etiology of 389 cases of partial or complete bilateral abductor vocal cord paralysis has been determined and classified and the characteristic symptoms include normal or near normal phonation with inspiratory stridor which may progress to complete respiratory obstruction.
Congenital anomalies of the larynx.
Agenesis of the lung; report of a case, with a review of all previously reported cases.
An additional case of an agenesis of the lung is reported and a critical and complete review of all previously reported cases is presented to serve as a useful reference.
Foreign bodies in the air and food passages.
Caustic strictures of the esophagus.
  • P. Holinger
  • Medicine
    The Proceedings of the Institute of Medicine of…
  • 1945
LVI Congenital Webs, Cysts, Laryngoceles and other Anomalies of the Larynx
The present study broadens and updates a previous review of congenital anomalies in infants with other anomalies formerly considered incompatible with life who also have complicating laryngeal anomalies and the intense interest recently directed toward iatrogenic factors of congenitals anomalies.
Laryngocele and Saccular Cysts
The symptoms, endoscopic findings, treatment and results of 46 patients with laryngoceles and saccular cysts are presented and biopsies of the mass are indicated to rule out a carcinoma originating in the ventricle or saccule.
Benign stenosis of the trachea.
Anomalous left pulmonary artery causing obstruction to right main bronchus: report of a case.
This case of obstruction to the right main stem bronchus by an anomalously placed left pulmonary artery is unique and may be the first of its kind in the US.