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Otopathology of Egyptian mummy Pum II: Final report*

  • J. T. Benitez (a1)

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Jaime T. Benitez, M.D., Division of Otoneurology, William Beaumont Hospital, 3601 W. 13 Mile Road, Royal Oak, MI 48072.

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Read at the XX Pan American Congress of Otorhinolaryngology, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, November 16–21, 1986. This research was performed at the William Beaumont Hospital Research Institute and supported by the Otolaryngology Research Fund.

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Benitez, J. T. and Lynn, G. E. (1975) Temporal Bone Studies: Findings with Undecalcified sections in a 2,600-year-old Egyptian Mummy. Journal of Laryngology and Otology, 89:593599.
Benitez, J. T. and Lynn, G. E. (1980) In Mummies, Disease and Ancient Cultures (Cockburn, A. and Cockburn, E., eds.) pp.301311, Cambridge University Press.
Cockburn, A. (1973) Death and Disease in Ancient Egypt, Science. 181: 470.
Lynn, G. E. and Benitez, J. T. (1974) Temporal Bone Preservation in a 2,600-year-old Egyptian Mummy. Science, 183: 200202.
Peck, W. H. (1980) In Mummies, Disease and Ancient Cultures (Cockburn, A. and Cockburn, E., eds.) pp. 1128, Cambridge University Press.
Schuknecht, H. F. (1968) Temporal Bone removal at Autopsy. Archives of Otolaryngology, 87: 3341.
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