Journal : Transactions of the American Otological Society ; vol. iv.
New Bedford : Mercury Publishing Co., 1888.
Description : 203-205 p., [3 l. pl.] ; ill.: 3 photos. ; 23 cm.
Photographs : 3 leafs of photomicrographs (photoengravings).
Photographer : F. W. How.
Subject : Ear — Angioma.
The following brief clinical history of a case of polypoid angioma is presented to the Society, chiefly on account of its accompanying illustrations. These illustrations (micro- photographs) were kindly prepared for me by Dr. F. W. How, under the direction of Dr. George C. Freeborn, instructor in histology at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, who made the microscopical sections from which the photographs were taken. No. i shows a transverse section through the base of the polyp; No. 2, a similar section through its middle portion : and No. 3, a similar section made near its outer extremity. — Page 203.
The removed polyp was pronounced by Dr. Freeborn to be beyond question an angioma, and the accompanying micro-photographs abundantly prove the accuracy of this opinion — Page 205.