Adenoid Cystic carcinoma of the External Auditory Canal

@article{Goldman1992AdenoidCC,
  title={Adenoid Cystic carcinoma of the External Auditory Canal},
  author={Nelson C. Goldman and Nelson C. Goldman},
  journal={Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery},
  year={1992},
  volume={106},
  pages={214 - 215}
}
Received for publication Oct. 2, 1991; accepted Dec. 4, 1991. This section is made possible through an educational grant from Xomed-Treace, your partners in surgical progress. Reprint requests: Nelson C. Goldman, MD, 3599 University Blvd., South, Jacksonville, FL 32216. 23/11/35328 After biopsy, a radical excision with partial temporal bone resection was performed. The facial nerve was preserved and a myringostapediopexy was done with the split-thickness skin graft used to repair the wound… 

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