The Journal of Laryngology, Rhinology, and Otology, Volume 20 (Google eBook)

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Adlard & Son and West Newman, Limited, 1905 - Otolaryngology
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Page 112 - I desire first to thank you for the great honour you have conferred upon me in electing me for a second year to the presidential position.
Page 552 - ... in twenty-four to forty-eight hours, to abortive measures, would constitute a sufficient reason for operating upon the mastoid. (3) Marked tenderness over the antrum, persisting four to five days after free incision of Shrapnel's membrane, would point to necrotic changes within the antrum calling for operative intervention. (4) Marked variations in the quantity of pus discharged ; its maximum flow being, apparently, too great to be explained by the tympanic lesion; its periods of diminution being...
Page 597 - These groups he defines as follows: (1) Patients who afford none of the usual clinical indications of diphtheria, are not definitely ill and yet are found to be...
Page 146 - A few notes on 250 temporal bones of all ages sectioned vertically through the antrum and mastoid process.
Page 51 - In summing up they emphasize the following points: 1. The great frequency of heart murmurs and of irregularity of the pulse. The prognosis does not depend on the mere presence of these signs, but upon the severity of the infection, the length of time without treatment, the rate and degree of irregularity of the pulse and the presence of the graver signs of cardiac disturbance. 2. Moderate disturbance of the heart is very common; severe complications are infrequent. 3. Frequent examinations of the...
Page 183 - I have to thank you very sincerely for the honour you have conferred upon me in electing me to preside over your deliberations during the ensuing session.
Page 552 - The following is in part the author's summary of the indications for operation : 1. Sudden cessation of the aural discharge, other symptoms persisting ; deep-seated pain in the mastoid region ; marked sensitiveness to pressure upon the mastoid over an area extending well beyond the limits of the antrum. 2. In the absence of fever, the above symptoms, unless yielding promptly, ie, in twenty-four to forty-eight hours, to abortive measures.
Page 51 - ... 1. The great frequency of heart murmurs and of irregularity of the pulse. The prognosis does not depend on the mere presence of these signs, but upon the severity of the infection, the length of time without treatment, the rate and degree of irregularity of the pulse and the presence of the graver signs of cardiac disturbance. 2. Moderate disturbance of the heart is very common; severe complications are infrequent. 3. Frequent examinations of the heart are necessary to really determine its condition,...
Page 126 - ... error, even the youngest of us, and that nowadays In some quarters apparently age and experience count for nothing, I feel I may be pardoned for saying a few words in what I consider to be the interest of the public health and therefore of the public safety. Let me at the outset be not misunderstood. It is not my object to stir up strife, to impute unworthy motives to anyone, or to arrogate to myself any superior wisdom in the Surgical management of tonsil disease. Nor do I wish to shift to other...
Page i - Journal of Laryngology, Rhinology, and Otology. An Analytical Record of Current Literature Relating to the Throat, Nose, and Ear. Issued on the First of Each Month. Edited by DR. NORRIS WOLFENDEN, of London ; DR.

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