No hook greater than a right angle should be used through en...
Take B D current, moderate force. Treat exactly as in spermat...
An ordinary bed which has not been slept in for some weeks, al...
Bathing The Feet
This apparently simple treatment, if the best results are desi...
See Narcotics. ...
Telephones And Telephoning
MOST men--and women--use more nervous force in speaki...
The gastroscope is of the same construction as the esophagos...
Diet And Baths In Heart Disease
The diet in cardiac diseases has already incidentally been ...
Inflammation Of The Brain
_Brain Fever._ Though this affection is not strictly what ...
For this take two tablespoonfuls of hot water every five minut...
No dyspneic patient should be given a general anesthetic; be...
The Heart In Pneumonia
As pneumonia heads the list of the causes of death in this co...
It is customary to locate esophageal lesions by denoting the...
In some cases the bran in whole wheaten bread and Saltcoats bi...
Where There Is A Will There Is A Way!
I have been frequently compelled to resort to these milder ap...
The Electric Circuit
The Electric Circuit is made up of any thing and every thing ...
Diet For A Long, Long Life
Some people not only want to be healthy, but they want to liv...
Indications For Strychnin
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The simplest, best, and safest source of current is a double...
See Urinary Troubles. ...
Category: CHRONIC STENOSIS OF THE LARYNX AND TRACHEA
Source: A Manual Of Peroral Endoscopy And Laryngeal Surgery
In the non-cicatricial forms, galvanocaustic
puncture applied through the direct laryngoscope will usually reduce
the infiltrations sufficiently to provide a free airway. Should the
pulmonary and laryngeal tuberculosis be fortunately cured, leaving,
however, a cicatricial stenosis of the larynx, decannulation may be
accomplished by laryngostomy.
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