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" ... be placed upon the vertex or the teeth, if its sound be intensified in the ear whose hearing power is diminished, there is disease of the external or middle ear, but no lesion of the labyrinth or nerve. 2. ' If, under the same conditions of a sound... "
The American Journal of Otology - Page 290
1881
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Medical Times, Volumes 9-11

Medicine - 1882
...diminished, there is disease of the external ear or middle ear, but no lesion of the labyrinth or nerve. 2. If, under the same conditions of a sound ear on one...disease of the labyrinth, the acoustic nerve or brain. 8. If the tuning-fork be heard better on the mastoid than when placed in front of the meatus, there...
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The Edinburgh Medical Journal, Volume 27, Part 2

Medicine - 1882
...diminished, there is disease of the external or middle ear but no lesion of the labyrinth or nerve. 2. If, under the same conditions of a sound ear on one...disease of the labyrinth, the acoustic nerve, or brain. 3. If the vibrating tuning-fork be heard better on the mastoid than when placed in front of the meatus,...
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The Detroit Lancet, Volume 5

Leartus Connor, Henry Alexander Cleland - Medicine - 1882
...diminished, there is disease of the external or middle ear, but no lesion of the labyrinth or nerve. 2. If, under the same conditions of a sound ear on one...disease of the labyrinth, the acoustic nerve, or brain. 3. If the vibrating tuning-fork be heard better on the mastoid than when placed in front of the meatus,...
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A Practical Treatise on the Diseases of the Ear: Including a Sketch of Aural ...

Daniel Bennett St. John Roosa - Ear - 1885 - 718 pages
...will be found, I have abandoned its use also for the simpler test of the aerial and bone conduction. If, under the same conditions of a sound ear on one...disease of the labyrinth, the acoustic nerve or brain. I employed tire older tests, until constant examinations have convinced me. that the one as to the...
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A Practical treatise on the diseases of the ear including a sketch of aural ...

Daniel Bennett St. John Roosa - 1885 - 718 pages
...of the aerial and bone conduction. If, under the same conditions of a sound ear on one side, wliili the hearing power of the other is impaired, the tuning-fork...finger or the like, there is disease of the labyrinth, tht acoustic nerve or brain. I employed the older tests, until constant examinations have convinced...
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The American Practitioner, Volumes 7-8

Medicine - 1889
...in the labyrinth or nerve. 2. If, under the same conditions as above, the tuning-fork be heard not better in the worse ear, even if the meatus be stopped by the finger, there is disease of the labyrinth, acoustic nerve or brain. Dr. JB Emerson undertook a series of observations...
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THE LONDON MEDICAL RECORD. A REVIEW OF THE PROGRESS OF MEDICINE, SURGERY ...

ERNEST HART, EDITOR - 1882
...diminished, there is disease of the external or middle ear, but no lesion of the labyrinth or nerve. 2. If, under the same conditions of a sound ear on one...disease of the labyrinth, the acoustic nerve, or brain. 3. If the vibrating tuningfork be heard better on the mastoid bone than when placed in front of the...
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Archives of Otology: 1881, Volume 10

Ear - 1881
...diminished, there is disease of the external or middle ear, but no lesion of the labyrinth or nerve. 2. ' If, under the same conditions of a sound ear on one...disease of the labyrinth, the acoustic nerve, or brain. 3. If the vibrating tuning-fork be heard better on the mastoid than when placed in front of the meatus,...
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