The Journal of Laryngology and Rhinology: An Analytical Record of Current Literature Relating to the Throat and Nose (Classic Reprint)
The author describes twenty-three cases of this disorder, in nearly all of which the cause was due to carious teeth. He recommends the extrac tion of the bad tooth and perforation of the antrum through the alveolus. One of the cases was of great inteiest, because the case was one of acute empyema of the antrum occurring in the author himself. The condition originated in an acute con/2a, great pain suddenly occurring in the upperjaw, followed by swelling of the skin and a feeling of weight in the antrum. Perforation was performed, and there was a sudden copious.discharge of yellow viscid secretion through the nose, which was followed by instantaneous relief and speedy cure. Some years after the author had two relapses of the condition. Michael.
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