XXXVII. Examination and Treatment of the Eustachian Tube by the Aid of the Nasopharyngoscope
XXXVIII. The Actual Cautery in the Treatment of Localized Tuberculous Lesions
XXXIX. The More Efficient Methods of Aural Massage
XL. Are the Tonsils a Menace or a Protection?
XLI. The Technic of Tonsillectomy
XLII. The Relation of Enlarged Tonsils to Endocarditis
XLIII. Cases of Late Secondary Hemorrhage after Tonsillotomy
XLIV. The Socalled Conservative Mastoid Operation, with a Description of the Technic of Heath, Bondy, and Siebenmann
XLV. Injections of Blood Serum for Hemorrhage, Either Spontaneous or Postoperative
XLVI. Intracranial Lesions Complicating Acute Aural Disease
XLVII. The Etiology of Otosclerosis
XLVIII. A Case of Rarefying Osteitis of the Mastoid Bone
XLIX. Blood Cultures in Otology
L. Supernumerary Auricle Associated with Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media
LI. Case Report of Extirpation of the Larynx
LII. Six Cases of Acute Suppurative Otitis Media in One Family with Remarks on the Complications
LIII. Mucocele of the Nasal Accessory Sinuses—Report of Three Cases (Ethmoid, Maxillary Antrum, Frontal), with Tabulation of Thirty-Seven Cases
LIV. The Anatomy and Physiology of the Salivary Glands
LV. Symptoms and Diagnosis of Diseases of the Salivary Ducts and Glands
LVI. Treatment of Diseases of the Salivary Apparatus
LVII. Fibroma of the Nasopharynx, with Report of Four Cases
New York Academy of Medicine. Section on Otology
American Laryngological, Rhinological and Otological Society
Abstracts from Current Literature
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