THE PRESENT STATUS OF THE OPERATIVE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC FRONTAL SINUSITIS

T. W. MOORE
1918 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
were housed in tents with insufficient mosquito net¬ ting, so that the contamination was considerable. Fur¬ ther, it was impossible to have sufficient screening for the barracks, the clapboarding of which was poor. An insufficiency of crude oil did not allow of this treatment of the marshes, which were frequently 50 miles in extent, and those in Macedonia were inter¬
doi:10.1001/jama.1918.02600480027008 fatcat:q63m5zpewvbo7brhizicsqkqry