Max A. Goldstein

Unless otherwise indicated, Max A. Goldstein was the sole author of the works cited.

The hospitals of Europe. The Medical Fortnightly, 1894, 3:1-4.

Ein fall von exfoliation der cochlea des vestibulum und des canals semi-circularis. Wiener Medizinische Presse, 1895, 37-38, supplements 1-11.

Exfoliation of the cochlea, vestibule and semicircular canals. Annals of Ophthalmology and Otology, 1895, 4(2): 1-12. St. Louis Medical Review, 1985, 31:124-128. Journal of Laryngology, London, 1895, 9:391-401. Wiener Medizinische Presse, 1895, Nos. 37-38.

The possibility of obtaining marked improvement in the treatment of deafness and supposed deaf-mutism by acoustic gymnastics – a system of vocal training of the auditory nerve, as advocated by Professor Urbantschitsch of Vienna. The Archives of Otology, 1895, 24(1):50-55.

Ueber die Möglichkeit einer deutlichen Besserung bei der Behandlung der Taubheit und der vermuteten Taubheit durch akustische Uebung – ein System von Tonbehandlung des Gehörnerven, wie es Professor Urbantschitsch in Wein angegeben hat. Zeitschrift für Ohrenheilkunde, 1895, 26:296-301.

Comparative value of the sense of hearing to the sense of sight. Laryngoscope, 1896, 1:207-210.

Advanced method of teaching the deaf. Laryngoscope, 1897, 2:349-357.

The Texas screw worm and its invasion of the nasal cavities. Laryngoscope, 1897, 3:335-340.

Bilateral syphilitic ulceration of the auricle. Laryngoscope, 1898, 4:38-41.

Fracture of the cartilaginous external auditory canal resulting in complete occlusion: operation. Laryngoscope, 1897, 3:185-187.

Bilateral syphilis of the ear. St. Louis Medical Review, 1897, 26:453.

Exotosis of external auditory canal. Journal of Laryngology, Rhinology and Otology, London, July, 1898, 13:338-342. Laryngoscope, 1898, 4:268. Tri-State Medical Journal and Practice, St. Louis, 1898, 5:330-433.

Fallacies in the physiology and functions of the labyrinth. 1898, Laryngoscope, 5:155-161. JAMA, 1898, 30:1458-1460.

Modern therapy of supprative otitis media. Laryngoscope, 1898, 5:369-372.

Nasal hemorrhage and hæmophilic diathesis. The Medical Fortnightly, St. Louis, MO., 1898, 14:517-520. Memphis Lancet, 1898, 1:91-94. The Medical Herald, 1898.

Errors observed in oto-laryngologic work: Their results and remedies. The Medical Herald, 1899.

Modern therapy of the tympanic cavity. New York Medical Journal, July 29, 1899, 1-13.

Otitis media – diagnosis and treatment. Interstate Medical Journal, November 1899, (Paper and clinic presented by invitation to the McDowell Medical Society, California, Missouri, June 22, 1899).

Therapy of the tympanic mucous membrane. The Journal of Laryngology, December, 1899, (Report of a paper read at the Sixth International Otological Congress, London, 1899.)

Cercetari aspura naturei ganglionului ciliar. Spitalul. Bucuresci, 1900, 20:553-556.

Der staat ohne rente oder entourf zurlosung der socialen frage. Med. Reform, Berlin, 1900, 8:358.

Importance of early diagnosis of adenoid vegetations. Memphis Lancet, 1900, 9:121-125.

Offener brief an Hartmann, vorsitz. d. krb. d. aerzte Duetschlands, zur wahrung ihrer wirtschaft-intersesson. Med. Reform, Berlin, 1900, 8:332-333.

The physiology of voice production. The Medical Fortnightly, September 10, 1900, (Read before the St. Louis Academy of Science, May 21, 1900).

Primary tuberculosis of the ear; primary tuberculosis of the larynx. Laryngoscope, 1900, 9:70-74.

The radical treatment of follicular tonsillitis. Laryngoscope, 1900, 8:215-216. J. Surg. Technol., 1900, 1:25.

Ueber die beseitigung des nothstandes des aerzte durch die kassen. Med. Reform, Berlin, 1900, 8:200-201.

What not to do, in ear, nose and throat work. The Medical Review, June 2, 1900, (Read before the State Medical Association of Missouri, May 7, 1900).

Acute suppuration of the faucial tonsil and peri-tonsillar tissue. Laryngoscope, 1901, 11:298-301.

Die neue prufungsordnung und unsere aussichten. Med. Reform, Berlin, 1901, 9:10.

Ueber die neue besteuerang der aerzte Med. Reform, Berlin, 1901, 9:53-54.

Ear complications and sequelae of influenza. Laryngoscope, 1902, 12:179-183. St. Louis Medical Review, 1902, 45:199-201.

Post-operative management of intra-nasal surgery. Laryngoscope, 1902, 12:729-735.

Report on the progress of laryngology and rhinology. St. Louis Medical Review, 1902, 46:109-111.

Primary tuberculosis of the ear followed by mastoiditis: report of four cases. The Medical News, March 11, 1903, 82:501-505. The Journal of Laryngology, Rhinology and Otology, 1903, 18:113-122.

An unusual case of spontaneous, bilateral hemorrhage from the ear. Laryngoscope, 1903, 13:577-593.

The use and abuse of the Eustachian bougie. Laryngoscope, 1903, 13:515-523. Illinois Medical Bulletin, 1902-1903, 3:722, 751.

Malignant growths of the mouth and pharynx. Laryngoscope, 1904, 14:582-589. Tr. Am. Laryngol., Rhinol. and Otol. Soc., 1904, 10:151-159.

The treatment of chronic non-suppurative otitis media. Laryngoscope, 1904, 14:675-680. Interstate Medical Journal, 1904, 10-11:3-8.

The oto-projectoscope. Laryngoscope, 1906, 16:105-113.

The treatment of diseases of the accessory sinuses. St. Louis Medical Review, 1906, 54:389-391. J. Missouri Medical Association, 1906, 3:166-171.

The treatment of perforations of the nasal septum. Laryngoscope, 1906, 16(1):879-882, (Read before the American Laryngological, Rhinological and Otological Society, Kansas City, June 11 and 12, 1906). Archives Internationales de Laryngologie, Paris, 1906.

Abcès retro-pharyngés. Revue Hebdominaire de Laryngologie, d’otologie et de Rhinologie, 1908.

Cosmetic and plastic surgery of the ear. Laryngoscope, 1908; 18:826-852. Tr. Am. Lary. Rhin. and Oto. Society, St. Louis, 1908, 76-111.

La chirurgie esthetique et plastique de l’oreille. Archives Internationales de Laryngologie et de Rhinologie, 1908.

Retro-pharyngeal abscess with report of cases. Laryngoscope, 1908, 18:46-56. The Medical Fortnightly, St. Louis, 1907, 32, 439.

Lipoma of the larynx. Laryngoscope, 1909, 19:641-670. Monatschr. f. Ohrenh., Berlin, 1909, 44:152-160.

La chirurgia cosmetica e plastica dell’orecchio. Arch. Ital. di Oto, Torino, 1910, 21:27-38.

The physician and the deaf child. Laryngoscope, 1910, 20:636-641. Tr. Am. Laryngol. Rhinol. and Otol. Soc., New Bedford, Mass, 1910, 20-28.

Report on the Third International Rhino-Laryngological Congress. Weekly Bulletin of the St. Louis Medical Society, 1911.

The evolution of the trained nurse. Journal of the Missouri State Medical Association, 1911, (Valedictory address delivered at the graduating exercises of the Jewish Hospital Training School for Nurses, St. Louis, May 25, 1910).

The Editor’s Desk: Personal impressions, experiences and comments. Laryngoscope, 1911, 21(9):965-970.

The practical value of lip-reading. Laryngoscope, 1911, 21:619-627. The Medical Fortnightly, St. Louis, 1911, 11:271-275. Canad. J. M. and S., Toronto, 1911, 30:195-203.

Topography of the labyrinth. Tr. Am. Acad. Ophth. and Oto-Laryngol., St. Louis, 1911, 16:37.

Diseases of the ear which lead to brain abscess. JAMA, 1912, 59:1101-1107.

The disposal of the deaf after the school-age. Internat. Otol. Cong. Tr., Baltimore, 1912, 9:694-710.

The Editor’s Desk: Recent work in the interests of the defective child. Laryngoscope, 1912, 22(3):239-240.

Case of purpura hemorrhagica. Tr. Am. Laryngol. Assc., New York, 1913, 35:292-298.

The monochord. Laryngoscope, 1913, 23:216-221. Tr. Am. Laryngol. Rhinol. and Otol. Soc., New Bedford, Mass, 1916, 19:341-346.

The pathology of the labyrinth as shown in microscopic sections (sterioptican demonstration). Tr. Am. Laryngol. Rhinol. and Otol. Soc., New Bedford, Mass, 1913, 13: Part I, 40-51.

Use of normal horse-serum as a means of controlling hemorrhage in otolaryngology. Laryngoscope, 1913, 23:961-971.

The deaf child: A plea for co-operation. Laryngoscope, 1914, 24:837-850.

Angioma of the uvula. Laryngoscope, 1915, 25:90-93.

Medical co-operation. Laryngoscope, 1915, 25(4):197-198.

Lipoma of the maxillary antrum. Laryngoscope, 1915, 25:142-144.

Problems of the deaf. Transactions of Twenty-First Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Oto-Laryngology, 1916, pp. 257-259.

Psychological study of the deaf child. Laryngoscope, 1916, 26:1129-1138. Tr. Am. Otol. Soc., New Bedford, Mass., 1916, 14:120-133.

A case of laryngoepiglottidean cyst. Ann. Otol. Rhinol. and Laryngol., St. Louis, 1917, 36:1164. Laryngoscope, 1917, 27(12):920.

A case of primary round cell sarcoma of the nasal septum. Tr. Am. Laryngol. Assc., New York, 1917, 35:263-265.

Sarcoma of the nasal septum. Ann. Otol. Rhinol. and Laryngol. St. Louis, 1917, 26:1146. Laryngoscope, 1917, 27(12):920.

The Society of Progressive Oral Advocates: Its Origin and Purpose. Laryngoscope, 1917, 27(9):661-666.

Hemorrhage in epidemic influenza. Laryngoscope, 1919, 29:447-452.

Local anesthesia and the mastoid operation. Laryngoscope, 1919, 29(10):559-568.

Present status of the teaching of the deaf. Laryngoscope, 1919, 29:503-509.

Tonsillitis versus adenitis. Tr. Am. Laryngol. Assc., New York, 1919, 25:118-121.

An acoustic method. American Annals of the Deaf, 1920, 55:472-481. Volta Review, 1920, 22:716-719.

The deaf child. Volta Review, 1920, 22:347-354. Laryngoscope, 1920, 30:479-486, with a discussion on page 537.

Descriptive and statistical report, department of head surgery, base hospital, Camp Dodge, Iowa. Ann. Otol. Rhinol. and Laryngol., St. Louis, 1920, 39:128-132.

Syllabus on the education of the deaf. 1920.

An acoustic method for training the deaf. Laryngoscope, 1921, 31:444-476. Oralism and Auralism, 1922, 1:1-32.

The value and development of residual hearing. J. Laryngol. London, 1921, 36:482-487. Tr. Am. Otol. Soc., New Bedford, Mass., 1921, 15:421-430.

McGinnis, Mildred and Max A. Goldstein. Re-education of the severer types of defective speech. Oralism and Auralism, 1922, 1(2):54-64.

The classification of deafness from the standpoint of its pathology, functional tests and pedagogy. Laryngoscope, 1923, 33:657-664. Tr. Am. Otol. Soc., New Bedford, Mass., 1922-1923, 16:496-506.

The deafened child, his handicaps and their corrections. Proceedings of the American Federation of Organizations for the Hard of Hearing, Fourth Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, June 18-20, 1923.

The education of the deaf child. N. Orl. and S.J., 1923-1924, 76:519-522.

Functional tests of hearing. Oralism and Auralism, 1924, 3(2):25-46.

The potentialities of the audiometer. Laryngoscope, 1925, 35:538-544, (Presented at the Fifty-eighth Annual Meeting of the American Otological Society, Washington, DC, May 5, 1925). Tr. Am. Otol. Soc., New Bedford, Mass., 1925, 17:329-335. Oralism and Auralism, 1925, 4(3):86-92.

The acoustic method and its evolution. Oralism and Auralism, 1926, 5(2):33-36.

The potentialities of the audiometer. Oralism and Auralism, 1926, 5(3):65-70. [Not the same article as published in 1925]

Practical demonstration of modern pedagogic methods in the training of the deaf child. Laryngoscope, 1926, 36:31-42.

The Relation of Tactile Impression and Hearing Perception. Oralism and Auralism, 1926, 5(4):97-114. Laryngoscope, 1926, 36(10):729-746.

The significance of the science of speech correction. Ann. Otol. Rhinol. and Laryngol., St. Louis, 1926-1927, 35:161-164.

The significance of the science of speech correction. Oralism and Auralism, 1927, 6(1):14-16.

Seeing sound: The study of speech and the accurate grafing of speech vibration. Laryngoscope, 1927, 37:551-601. Tr. Am. Otol. Soc., New Bedford, Mass., 1927, 17:668-718. Oralism and Auralism, 1928, 7(1&2):1-33, (Read before the American Otological Society, New York, May 20, 1927).

Evolution of acoustic method. Ann. Otol. Rhin. and Laryngology, 1928, 37:379-387.

Further investigation of special sense organs. Laryngoscope, 1928, 38:633-664. Tr. Am. Otol. Soc., 1928, 18:32-66. Oralism and Auralism, 1928, 7(3&4):49-80, (President’s Address before the American Otological Society, Sixty-First Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, May 1, 1928).

Problems of the Deaf. The Laryngoscope Press: St. Louis, MO, 1930.

Das schwerhorige kind. Monatschr.f. Ohrenh und Laryngo-Rhinologie, 1931, 65:704-716.

The Hard-of-Hearing Child. Laryngoscope, 1931, 41:733-746. Oralism and Auralism, 1931, 10 (Parts I & II):1-14, (Contributed to the “Festschrift” in celebration of the seventieth birthday anniversary of Prof. Albert Jansen of Berlin and published in the Monatschrift fur Ohrenheilkunde und Laryngo-Rhinologie, June 1931).

Gustav Alexander, 1873-1932. Laryngoscope, 1932, 42:405-414.

Metal discs for permanent recording and reproduction of speech: modification of artificial larynx. Tr. Am. Laryngol. Assc., 1932, 54:105-111.

History of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Oto-Laryngology. Laryngoscope, 1935, 45:900-904.

Is there localization in cochlea for low tones? Discussion from point of view of clinical observations. Ann. Otol. Rhinol. and Laryngol., 1935, 44:822-824. Tr. Am. Acad. Ophthal., 1935, 40:79-84.

Schick, Helen and Max A. Goldstein. Genetics in otosclerosis. Laryngoscope, 1936, 46(10):731-746.

Thyroxine in treatment of otosclerosis: Preliminary report. Laryngoscope, 1936, 46:112-119.

What the teacher of handicapped children learns that all teachers should know. The Quarterly Journal of Speech, 1936.

Deaf-Mutism. In: Medicine of the Ear. Fowler, Edmund Prince. T. Nelson: New York, 1939, p. 539-550.

Rehabilitation of the deaf child. Laryngoscope, 1937, 47:221-223.

Symposium: Neural mechanism of hearing; etiological and clinical types of so-called nerve deafness; nerve deafness of known pathology or etiology; and familial and developmental defects of nerve deafness. Laryngoscope, 1937, 47:542-544.

Education of the deaf and hard of hearing child. Am. J. Surg., 1938, 42:151-155.

The otologist and the speech pathologist. Journal of Speech Disorders, 1938, 231-234.

Thyroxine therapy in otosclerosis: report of 42 cases. J. Laryng. and Otol., 1938, 53:444-457. Laryngoscope, 1938, 48:443-457.

The Acoustic Method. The Laryngoscope Press: St. Louis, MO, 1939.

Practical aspects of speech correction. Journal of Speech Disorders, 1939, 99-102, (Read at the meeting of the American Speech Correction Association, Cleveland, December 27, 1938).

Defective speech in relation to defective hearing. Arch. Otolaryng., 1940, 31:38-44, (Read at the Sixty-First Annual Congress of the American Laryngological Association, Rye, New York, May 24, 1939).

New concepts of functions of tongue. Laryngoscope, 1940, 50:164-188.

Exfoliation of cochlea, vestibule and semicircular canals. Ann. Otol. Rhin. and Laryngol., 1941, 50:574-576.

Congenital deafness. In: The Cyclopedia of Medicine. F.A. Davis Company: Philadelphia, PA, [n.d]

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