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TINNITUS IN ITS RELATION TO NASAL AND AURAL AFFECTIONS.

B. ALEXANDER RANDALL, M.D.
JAMA. 1898;XXX(12):659-660. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.72440640027003i.
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This is a topic which appeals to all of us and it is important that clear views should be obtained of it so far as possible. The division into the objective and subjective forms is hardly worth mentioning, and yet we should remember that there is a large amount of objective tinnitus present in aneurysm, etc. Several cases bring clearly to my mind how easy it is to ignore this matter. It is inevitable that we should have a large bruit ever present, and if an anemic condition gives rise to anemic heart-sounds it may result in similar murmurs in the ear.

It is important in turning to the subjective symptoms, to remember that there are at least five points where this condition may arise, marking the cerebral, the labyrinthine, the tympanic, the tubal and the purely nasal forms. With this distinction it is clear that we are all interested

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