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PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDY OF THE LARYNX BY MIRROR LARYNGOSCOPY

PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDY OF THE LARYNX BY MIRROR LARYNGOSCOPY Abstract While marked advances have been made in photographing those regions of the body that are readily accessible to the camera and this method of making records is generally employed, photography of the larynx has not been developed so extensively until recently. This has not been due entirely to a lack of interest in the subject. In 1860 Czermak made some studies of photography of the larynx. Solis-Cohen, Elsberg and others became interested in the subject, but little was accomplished until 1883, when Lennox Browne1 presented a paper on this subject, together with some excellent photographs. He appeared to lack enthusiasm, however, for he stated: I do not anticipate that photography of the larynx can be extended beyond the boundary of physiology. To expect photographs from life of pathologic conditions is plainly unreasonable, since those we have seen could only have been obtained by elaborate and costly machinery, and, above all, References 1. Browne, L.: Photography of the Larynx and Soft Palate , Brit. M. J. 2:811, 1883.Crossref 2. French, T. R.: On a Perfected Method of Photographing the Larynx , New York M. J. 40:653, 1884. 3. Garel, J.: Nouvel appareil perfectionné pour la photographie stéréoscopique du larynx sur le vivant , Rev. de laryng. 40:249, 1919. 4. Clerf, L. H.: Photography of the Larynx , Ann. Otol., Rhin. & Laryng. 34:101, 1925. 5. Russell, G. O., and Tuttle, C. H.: Color Movies of Vocal Cord Actions an Aid to Diagnosis , Laryngoscope 40:549, 1930. 6. Heatly, C. A.: Motion Picture Studies of the Larynx , Ann. Otol., Rhin. & Laryng. 40:434, 1931. 7. LeJeune, F. E.: Suspension Cinematography of the Larynx , Arch. Otolaryng. 18:70 ( (July) ) 1933. 8. LeJeune, F. E.: Motion Picture Study of Laryngeal Lesions , Surg., Gynec. & Obst. 62:492, 1936. 9. Pressman, J. J., and Hinman, A.: A Simple Technic for Taking Motion Pictures of the Larynx in Action , Arch. Otolaryng. 26:526 ( (Nov.) ) 1937. 10. Tucker, G.: A Technique for Motion Picture Photography of the Larynx , Tr. Am. Laryng. A. 61:259, 1939. 11. Lell, W. A.: Motion Pictures of the Human Larynx , Arch. Otolaryng. 30:344 ( (Sept.) ) 1939. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Otolaryngology American Medical Association

PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDY OF THE LARYNX BY MIRROR LARYNGOSCOPY

Archives of Otolaryngology , Volume 33 (3) – Mar 1, 1941

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Abstract

Abstract While marked advances have been made in photographing those regions of the body that are readily accessible to the camera and this method of making records is generally employed, photography of the larynx has not been developed so extensively until recently. This has not been due entirely to a lack of interest in the subject. In 1860 Czermak made some studies of photography of the larynx. Solis-Cohen, Elsberg and others became interested in the subject, but little was accomplished until 1883, when Lennox Browne1 presented a paper on this subject, together with some excellent photographs. He appeared to lack enthusiasm, however, for he stated: I do not anticipate that photography of the larynx can be extended beyond the boundary of physiology. To expect photographs from life of pathologic conditions is plainly unreasonable, since those we have seen could only have been obtained by elaborate and costly machinery, and, above all, References 1. Browne, L.: Photography of the Larynx and Soft Palate , Brit. M. J. 2:811, 1883.Crossref 2. French, T. R.: On a Perfected Method of Photographing the Larynx , New York M. J. 40:653, 1884. 3. Garel, J.: Nouvel appareil perfectionné pour la photographie stéréoscopique du larynx sur le vivant , Rev. de laryng. 40:249, 1919. 4. Clerf, L. H.: Photography of the Larynx , Ann. Otol., Rhin. & Laryng. 34:101, 1925. 5. Russell, G. O., and Tuttle, C. H.: Color Movies of Vocal Cord Actions an Aid to Diagnosis , Laryngoscope 40:549, 1930. 6. Heatly, C. A.: Motion Picture Studies of the Larynx , Ann. Otol., Rhin. & Laryng. 40:434, 1931. 7. LeJeune, F. E.: Suspension Cinematography of the Larynx , Arch. Otolaryng. 18:70 ( (July) ) 1933. 8. LeJeune, F. E.: Motion Picture Study of Laryngeal Lesions , Surg., Gynec. & Obst. 62:492, 1936. 9. Pressman, J. J., and Hinman, A.: A Simple Technic for Taking Motion Pictures of the Larynx in Action , Arch. Otolaryng. 26:526 ( (Nov.) ) 1937. 10. Tucker, G.: A Technique for Motion Picture Photography of the Larynx , Tr. Am. Laryng. A. 61:259, 1939. 11. Lell, W. A.: Motion Pictures of the Human Larynx , Arch. Otolaryng. 30:344 ( (Sept.) ) 1939.

Journal

Archives of OtolaryngologyAmerican Medical Association

Published: Mar 1, 1941

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