Title: Annual and analytical cyclopaedia of practical medicine
Year: 1898 (1890s)
Authors: Sajous, Charles E. de M. (Charles Eucharist de Medicis), 1852-1929
Subjects: Medicine Medicine
Publisher: Philadelphia : F.A. Davis Co.
Contributing Library: Gerstein – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto
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apparent beginning.They may be serous, sebaceous, or tera-toid, and should be dissected out entire.Cysts of the auricle treated by electro-cautery applications. The cyst is openedby incision, its contents allowed to es-cape, and the sack washed with sub-limate solution. The walls are thencuretted, and an electrocautery point,made into the form of a small buttonof platinum, introduced into the sackand the walls seared. Tlie interior is then washed out with sublimate solutionand a compress applied, covei-ed withiodoform gauze. The parts heal quickly,and with slight or no deformity. Al-bespy (Revue de Laryn., dOtol., et deRhin., Dec. 15, 92). Fibroma of the lobule is usually akeloid formation sequent upon piercingor the wearing of irritating rings; it istherefore commoner in the negro. It isnot apt to attain great size and seemsalways benign; but thorough eradicationis the only safeguard against prompt re-currence. Great frequency of fibrous tumors ofthe lobe in negroes attribiUed to the
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Fibrous tumors of the lobules. (BiiUuril.) ^xearing of brass jewelry. Impaction ofcerumen is of rare occurrence, not onlyon account of the large size of themeatus, but also because such collectionsarc seldom found in plebeian ears. Turn-bull (Impaired Hearing, 87). Two cases of lupus seen, the result ofjjorforation of the lobules for ear-rings.Fournier (Jour, de Med., July 15, 94). Case of tumors of the auricle observed.The growths, shown in the accompanyingillustration, were fibrous tumors of thelobules, resulting from an inflammatoryprocess induced by piercing the lobulesfor ear-rings. BuUard (Virginia Med.Monthly. Sept., 95). 246 EXTEKXAL EAK. ECZEMATOUS IXFLAMMATIOX. Literature of 96-97-98. Keloid ucLiiij; iiiuif frequently in thenegro than in the white race, and is not(hie so nuieli to the size or nature of therings worn in the ear, but to the in-herent tendeney of this race to the for-mation of fibroid tumors. The tendencyto recur is very great. Scheppegrell(X. Y. Med. Jour., Oc
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