Ionization In Cases Of Suppuration Of The Middle Ear

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TREATMENT SUPPURATION WITH IODINE POWDER

series of more than thirty cases of chronic suppurative otitis media with iodine powder (Sulzberger), introduced to his notice by M. D. Lederman; most of the cases dried up, but he considered it was too early to judge of the permanence of the cure. In 1929 M. J. Mandelbaum10 recorded a number of cases of cure of chronic middle ear suppuration

HAFEEZ INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES PESHAWAR

17. Electromagnetic Radiation Spectrum, ionization, excitation, Inverse Square law frequency, wave length, terms and their definitions Practical Physics a. To find the unknown force b. To find the center of gravity of an irregular shape c. To verify the law of reflection d. To find the path of light passing through a prism e.

CHRONIC DACRYOCYSTITIS: ITS TRANSAPERTURAL APPROACH

Diggle 20 in a study of 120 cases of dacryocystitis found the following high percentages of incidence of abnormal conditions of the nose : Percentage Injury. 4.1 Abnormal breadth of nose and nasal passage: Narrow. 10.8 Wide. 13.3 Enlargement of middle turbinate bones (moderate only). 10.0 Misplacement of middle turbinate bones. 3.3 Deviation of

INTRACRANIAL BRITDItC Arterial The Present

methods of prevention of chronic middle-ear suppuration. These consist in the already well-established rules of guid-ance in diminishing the possibilities of aural infection, its proper care and treatment in the acute stage-especially when complicating the exanthematous fevers-and, in those cases tending to become chronic, searching for and

The Treatment Of Chronic Aural Suppuration With Iodine Powder

recorded a number of cases of cure of chronic middle ear suppuration by the instillation of iodized oil. In 1931 N. Asherson11 published an article on iodine powder in the treatment of chronic otorrhoea, quoting from the article by M. D. Lederman published in America in 1930.3 He stated that a large number of cases of chronic uncomplicated

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meatus allowed fresh pus to flow into it from the middle ear. In other words, improved education of the nursing profession was the most important factor in the treatment of ear disease. In addition, movements of the pharyngeal wall had a marked effect upon the middle ear, probably by opening the Eustachian tube and allowing drainage down it.

THE TRANSPARENCY OF MATTER FOR X-RAYS NOT AFFECTED BY

effect a cure in most of the cases intranasally by cutting away the anterior part of the middle turbinate and establish¬ ing free drainage. It is necessary, however, to have a skiagraph to determine the exact topography. If the sinus extends over the orbit or is divided by septa it is useless to try to treat it intranasally. With the anterior