What’s going on in there?
A 19th century etching/lithograph of a human throat dissection during an autopsy.
The article discusses homicidal shirts, uses a killer Julia Child analogy, and has a section titled “Gargle blaster.” I hope you can’t resist, despite the fact that the subject matter is completely unimportant to almost everyone. It’s an unusually personal article, an exploration of a medical problem that only indirectly relates to pain. But globus can hurt, it’s very musculoskeletal in character, involves some truly neat biology and science, and I really do think it will help some people. There are precious few detailed articles about globus out there (like, er, none), and certainly none like this.