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2019-12-31 Research Article

Burden of hearing loss in Subsaharan Africa: Snapshot from an ENT clinic in Nigeria

Ogunkeyede SA*, Adebola SO, Daniel A and Adeyemo AA


Background: Disabling hearing loss is a prevalent public health issue, with significant impact on patients’ communication. The disability associated with hearing loss depends on the severity of the hearing loss. There are limited rehabilitative measures ...

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2018-07-17 Case Report

Leiomyosarcoma of Maxillary Sinus – A Rare Clinical Entity

Sah BP*, Chettri ST, Karki S, Shah SP, Manandhar S and Jaiswal RK

Leiomyosarcoma is a malignant smooth-muscle tumor that has a predilection for the gastrointestinal and female genital tract and is a rare entity in the paranasal sinuses. It is locally fast-spreading and highly aggressive, and the prognosis is poor. We report a rare case of leiomyosarcoma of t...

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2017-11-06 Case Report

The transnasal bilobed flap for medial canthal reconstruction

Corredor-Osorio Rafael*, Massaro-Corredor Martha Gabriela and Buitrago-Corredor Vanessa Gabriela

Reconstruction of the eyelids, especially medial canthal area, is one of the greatest challenges faced by the oculoplastic, head and neck surgeons. A patient with a medial canthal defect, following oncological resection involving the medial canthus, upper and lower eyelids, and nose is present...

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2017-09-26 Case Report

CT signs of pressure induced expansion of paranasal sinus structures

Peter AR Clement* and Stijn Halewyck

Several articles have been written about hyper inflated sinus structures. Never before, however, a complete overview of all possible pressure induced variations of sinus anatomy have been published. The aim of this study was to make an inventory of the most common CT signs of hyper inflated pa...

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2017-09-20 Case Report

Kikuchi’s disease in a young Scandinavian woman

Sannia Mia Sveningsen Sjostedt*, Eva Hebbelstrup Rye Rasmussen, Anette Bygum and Line Kanstrup Springborg

A 21 year-old woman presented with cervical lymphadenopathy and night sweats. Initially, lymphoma was suspected and one of the enlarged lymph nodes was excised in order to make a diagnosis. Histopathological examination revealed Kikuchi’s disease, which is usually a benign syndrome with spon...

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2017-09-20 Thesis

Impedance audiometry: Stapedial reflex eliciting conditions

Mojmir Lejska*

The work is an attempt to create a complete system of conditions which influence genesis, existence, and response characteristics of stapedial reflex in impedance audiometry. The author divides the conditions into the internal-reflex arc integrity, temporal acoustic summation, mixed-external a...

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2017-08-31 Case Report

Tinnitus: Diagnosis and treatment options

Roya Vahdatinia, James Keane, Victoria Troncoso and Leonard B Goldstein*

Tinnitus-derived from the Latin “tinnire” meaning “to ring” is a perceived ringing, buzzing, or hissing in the ear(s) or around the head-which has multiple etiologies and is sometimes idiopathic. As of 2009 in the United States, approximately 50 million Americans were affected...

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2017-08-22 Case Report

Otogenic lateral sinus Thrombosis: a rare complication of chronic Otitis media

Eghoihunu Ireo*, Prashant Gupta and Ganapathy Dhanasekar

Since the advent of antibiotics, lateral sinus thrombosis is an infrequent complication of otitis media. Lateral sinus thrombosis may occur by thrombophlebitis or penetration by offending pathogens through the dura of middle and posterior cranial fossae. We present a case of right-sided sigmoi...

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2017-08-17 Case Report

Investigation on the occurrence of Hairy Polyp and Choristoma in Oral Cavity: A case study

Fernando CN, Abeyratne WMSD, Tilakaratne WM and Siriwardena BSMS

Hairy polyp and choristoma are rare benign developmental malformations. Hairy polyp mainly occurs in the nasopharynx whereas choristoma occurs in the dorsum of the tongue. Aetiology and pathogenesis of both hairy polyp and choristoma still remain unknown. Diagnosis is made by histological exam...

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2017-07-27 Editorial

Yaws essentials: What health professionals should know about yaws

Pirabu Diego-Abelardo Alvarez-Hernandez* and Alexia S Rivera

Yaws is recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) as 1 of the 20 Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs), a group of communicable diseases that have subsisted in tropical and subtropical environments, and that affect people living in poor and marginalized societies [1].Yaws also form part o...

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