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Myron Firth Metzenbaum - bibliography

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Biography

American surgeon, born April 1, 1876, Cleveland, Ohio; died January 25, 1944.

Bibliography

Radium: radioactive substances and aluminum, with experimental research of the same. Babbitt & Crummell, 1904.

Umbilical hernia perforating the abdominal wall.
The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1905, 45(18): 1327.

Ether-air anesthesia or the drop method for the administration of ether. From an experience of six hundred and fifty cases.
The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1906, 47 (20): 1653-1655.

The comparative merits of several anesthetics.
The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1912, 58 (3): 166-167.

Scopolamin in nose and throat operations.
The Laryngoscope, February 1915, 25 (2): 95-96.

Some physical intra-nasal conditions favoring involvement of the nasal accessory sinuses. The Laryngoscope, December 1922, 32 (12): 943-947.
Appeared simultaneously in The Ohio State Medical Journal.

Atypical case of acute otitis media.
The Laryngoscope, January 1926, 36 (1): 43-53.

Acute inflammations of the middle ear.
The Laryngoscope, November 1926, 36 (11): 809-811.
Translated and abstracted from the German monograph, Krankheiten des äusseren und mittleren Ohres by Prof. Dr. Alfred Eduard Heinrich Brüggemann (1882-1971), Leipzig : G. Thieme, 1922.

Asymmetry of the Nares: A Positive Diagnostic Sign or Entity Establishing Anatomic Displacement of Lower End of Cartilaginous Nasal Septum.
Archives of Otolaryngology, 1932, 16: 690-697.

Dislocation of the Lower End of the Nasal Septal Cartilage.
Archives of Otolaryngology, 1936, 24: 78-85.

Nasal reconstruction by means of the bone and cartilage existing within the old traumatized nose. The Laryngoscope, 1936, 40: 488-194.


Ralph Metson:
Myron F. Metzenbaum, MD: innovative surgeon, caring physician.
Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery, 1994, 110:: 477-481.

The Book of Clevelanders, A Biographical Dictionary of Living Men of the City of Cleveland. Burrows Book Company, 1914

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