1887 The Lancet  
From our Paris Correspondent.) CANCER OF THE LARYNX. M. TILLAUx showed a patient at the Academy of Medicine upon whom he had performed tracheotomy five months ago for the relief of suffocation due to cancer of the larynx, Since then there has been, as is generally the case soon after an operation of the kind, a partial retrogression of the tumour, and the patient has resumed his occupation, having recovered his appetite, btrength, and spirus, and gained seven pounds in weight. M. Tillaux said
more » ... . M. Tillaux said he made this communication because the question as to the best line of conduct in such cases is Mtlll open, as is shown
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