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Lecturer on Diseases of the Nose and Throat at the University of Bristol; and in charge of the Ear, Nose and Throat Departments, Bristol Royal Infirmary. Of such cases I present two examples. (1) Gr. B , aged two days, prematurely born (about seven and a half months' gestation), was admitted with her mother to the Bristol Eoyal Infirmary, weight 44 lb., yellow and wizened. About December 24 it was noticed she had some nasal discharge, and as it did not clear up I saw her on January of this yeardoi:10.1017/s175514630018415x fatcat:kvpnuf7wvvegpmahvqtiv6jcjm