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Nedeilandse Keel-Neus-Oorheelkundige Vereniging

Nedeilandse Keel-Neus-Oorheelkundige Vereniging Ncdcrlandsc Kecl-Ncus-Oorhcclkundigc V creniging 123c Vergadering te Rotterdam, 10 februari 1968 Dutch Oto-Rhino-Laryngological Society 123rd Meeting, Rotterdam, February 10th, 1968 President: H. J. B. J. Lubbers Secretary: G. de Wit ENT Department, Faculty of Medicine, Rotterdam (Head: Prof. W. H. Struben) Intubation and Tum our Im plantation in L aryngeal Carcinoma P. C. de Jong At the 122nd meeting of the Dutch Oto-Rhino-Laryngological Society in Nijmegen there emerged from the discussion over van Vark-Berends’ and Marres’ lecture on micro-surgery of the larynx, the question of whether the peroral intubation of patients with malignant disease of the larynx did not carry the danger of implantation of tumour cells in the trachea and bronchi. Since opinions were divided, it was decided to try to obtain a clearer picture of this problem through literary research and the examination of a number of patients. Written reports are scarce and often conflicting. Ormerod (1953) stated at the 5th Inter­ national Congress of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology that in his opinion tumour cells could be carried through the endotracheal tube with the possibility of im­ plantation in the trachea. This was demonstrated by cytological examination of smears from the tube. Chevalier Jackson (1956) writes that until recently he http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ORL Karger

Nedeilandse Keel-Neus-Oorheelkundige Vereniging

ORL , Volume 31 (2): 8 – Jan 1, 1969

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Karger
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© 1969 S. Karger AG, Basel
ISSN
0301-1569
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1423-0275
DOI
10.1159/000274883
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Abstract

Ncdcrlandsc Kecl-Ncus-Oorhcclkundigc V creniging 123c Vergadering te Rotterdam, 10 februari 1968 Dutch Oto-Rhino-Laryngological Society 123rd Meeting, Rotterdam, February 10th, 1968 President: H. J. B. J. Lubbers Secretary: G. de Wit ENT Department, Faculty of Medicine, Rotterdam (Head: Prof. W. H. Struben) Intubation and Tum our Im plantation in L aryngeal Carcinoma P. C. de Jong At the 122nd meeting of the Dutch Oto-Rhino-Laryngological Society in Nijmegen there emerged from the discussion over van Vark-Berends’ and Marres’ lecture on micro-surgery of the larynx, the question of whether the peroral intubation of patients with malignant disease of the larynx did not carry the danger of implantation of tumour cells in the trachea and bronchi. Since opinions were divided, it was decided to try to obtain a clearer picture of this problem through literary research and the examination of a number of patients. Written reports are scarce and often conflicting. Ormerod (1953) stated at the 5th Inter­ national Congress of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology that in his opinion tumour cells could be carried through the endotracheal tube with the possibility of im­ plantation in the trachea. This was demonstrated by cytological examination of smears from the tube. Chevalier Jackson (1956) writes that until recently he

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Published: Jan 1, 1969

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