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WATHEN, Jonathan

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A method proposed to restore the hearing, when injured from an obstruction of the tuba Eustachiana.

Phil. Trans., 49, 213-22, London, 1756.

Wathen condemned Guyot’s method of Eustachian catheterization, and suggested a method of relieving catarrhal deafness by means of injections into the Eustachian tube through a catheter passed into the nose. Wathen was a surgeon practicing in London.

Subjects: OTOLOGY › Otologic Surgery & Procedures