XVIII. Is Atrophic Rhinitis Always Autochthonous? The Necessity of Establishing an Exact Diagnosis in Order to Determine the Treatment
XIX. An Unusual Case of Frontal Sinusitis. Absence of the Septum
XX. Etiology, Pathology and Symptomatology of Chronic Suppurative Otitis
XXI. The Teaching of Otology to the Undergraduate Medical Student
XXII. A Few Remarks on Some Every-Day Ear Cases
XXIII. A Case of Tubercular Laryngeal Stenosis Treated by Tracheotomy
XXIV. Mastoid Disease and Meningitis
XXV. Some Unusual Mastoid Cases
XXVI. Thrombus of the Sigmoid Sinus—Report of Two Cases, Presenting Some Symptoms Differing from Those Usually Found in This Disease
XXVII. Report of a Case of Bilateral Abscess of the Septum, with Well Marked Symptoms of Septicemia; And Report of a Case of Epiglottic Abscess, with Secondary Involvement of the Cervical Glands
XXVIII. A Contribution to Our Knowledge of the Causes of Left Recurrent Laryngeal Paralysis
XXIX. A Demonstration of Some Experiments on the Nature and Specific Treatment of Hay Fever
XXX. Chairman's Address before the Indianapolis Meeting of the Middle Section of the American Laryngological, Rhinological and Otological Society, April, 8, 1903
XXXI. Case of Removal of Cochlea and Semicircular Canals—Recovery
XXXII. General Septic Infection of Nasal Origin
XXXIII. An Additional Communication on the Cause and Specific Cure of Hay Fever
XXXIV. A Mastoid and Auricle Retractor
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