Congenital microtia and meatal atresia; observations and aspects of treatment.

@article{Meurman1957CongenitalMA,
  title={Congenital microtia and meatal atresia; observations and aspects of treatment.},
  author={Yrj{\"o} Meurman},
  journal={A.M.A. archives of otolaryngology},
  year={1957},
  volume={66 4},
  pages={
          443-63
        }
}
Material, Sex, Side Affected The material consists of microtias and meatal atresias found in patients admitted to the University Oto-Laryngological Hospital at Helsinki from the beginning of the year 1951 to the end of February, 1957. The total number of patients observed and treated was 74, males numbering 50 and females 24. The observations were made and the cases evaluated on the basis of degree of microtia. In determining this degree I have followed the gradation of Marx, which is the most… CONTINUE READING

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