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The statistics published by Gunnar Holmgren (Acta Oto-lar. 29: 2) on symptoms of otosclerosis in the external and middle ear have been continued on the same material and extended to comprise no longer single symptoms but whole symptom complexes. Lack of cerumen together with absence of the cough...
Summary. First the author discusses the causes of the intracranial venous congestion in the otogenous sinus thrombosis, also, after ligation of the jugular vein, and the indications for the last named operation. Similar contributions in the literature are also mentioned. The author's own...
Summary. The author first gives a short historical account of the treatment of the purulent otogenous meningitis, pointing out the complete change brought about by modern chemotherapy. He then gives an account of his own researches and states that the so-called blood-liquor bar transmits...
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