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Auditory thresholds for sinusoidal tones were determined in eight patients with adrenal cortical insufficiency (four with Addison's disease and four with panhypopituitarism) and compared to those in normal volunteers. In adrenal cortical insufficiency (ACI) the auditory detection sensitivity is significantly more acute than that of normal subjects over most(More)
Although the oral cavity and dental arches of the Australian aborigine are large, studies of lingual and labial pressures indicate that the tongue is neither unusually large nor strong. The Australian aborigine's pharyngeal cavity is smaller in height and depth than that of the American; just the opposite is true for the oral cavity. To the extent that(More)