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CLELAND, Archibald

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Instruments proposed to remedy some kinds of deafness proceeding from obstructions in the external and internal auditory passages.

Phil. Trans., 41, 848-51, London, 1744.

Cleland, an army surgeon, devised the method of catheterization of the Eustachian tube by way of the nose; he designed the instruments necessary for the operation.

Subjects: INSTRUMENTS & TECHNOLOGIES › Surgical Instruments, OTOLOGY › Otologic Instruments