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Les maladies des fosses nasales

JAMA. 1936;107(23):1916. doi:10.1001/jama.1936.02770490070033.
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This is a comprehensive work on the diseases of the nasal fossae. It was written in collaboration with Professors Delman, Margarot and Lamarque and Messrs. Debidour, DeJean, Guibert and Tarneaud. The first part deals with the general pathology of the nasal cavities, with a consideration of the function of smell and respiration as well as of the anatomy of the circulation and such topics as epistaxis. There are also chapters describing the various sensory disturbances as well as the changes in secretion of the mucous membrane. Allergy is dealt with in one of the chapters in considerable detail. The second part of the book is devoted to the special pathology. Under this heading the structural changes such as deviation of the septum and hypertrophy of various parts are described. One chapter is devoted to the involvement of the skin at the entrance of the nose, another to acute rhinitis of


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