During the past 10 years, the collection and microscopic examination of human temporal bones has provided the opportunity to correlate clinical symptomatology and findings with histopathology. The case findings in this report support the clinical suspicion of glandular mucosal disease in some forms of secretory otitis media.
Perez De Moura, Luis F. and Hayden, Royal C. Jr.
"Pathology of Secretory Otitis: A Temporal Bone Report,"
Henry Ford Hospital Medical Journal
: Vol. 17
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