TWO CASES OF TONSILLECTOMY

T. G. Orr
1913 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
In the last years of my service at the head of the Eye and Ear Clinic, Colon Hospital, Cristobal, Canal Zone, we were trying both phenolized glycerin and ichthyol in glycerin in certain external and middle-ear diseases and comparing the results obtained, when unexpectedly the supply of fine gauze packing for making tampons ran out. I took some packing from the bottle of 10 per cent. phenolized glycerin, and, squeezing it partly dry, dropped 10 per cent. ichthyol in glycerin on it, and used it in a case which had resisted all previous treat-
doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04340100034014 fatcat:4pc5gz5anzebxmhkoaa32m7pj4