The Politician Born on a farm, John Connally earned both an undergraduate and law degree from the University of Texas prior to serving in the U. Navy during World War II. He got his political start as a legislative assistant to then-Representative Lyndon B. Senate in
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RECENT advances in otology are changing the outlook of permanent facial paralysis in patients suffering facial nerve injuries following temporal bone fracture. The dismal prospect of permanent facial deformity following skull fracture is brightened by three significant advances in otology. First, polytomography has given the roentgenologist a better method of identifying fractures anywhere along the course of the facial canal. Secondly, the nerve excitability test appears to provide the surgeon with a simple accurate means of assessing the degree of facial nerve damage at an early stage of the paralysis. Lastly, the microsurgical techniques now used in otology allow exploration of the entire length of the fallopian canal.
The autopsy of President John F. Kennedy was performed, beginning at about 8 p. The choice of autopsy hospital in the Washington, D.