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Three young adult males with Pelizaeus–Merzbacher disease have been followed up since childhood. This disease is thought to be a dysmyelinating disorder of the brain during the prenatal period caused by gene mutations. The patients manifested horizontal nystagmus and severe rigidity of the...
Conclusions. The results of this study confirm that both smoking of tobacco and alcohol consumption are risk factors for oral and oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma (OOSCC). The use of moist snuff had no effect on the risk of OOSCC, probably due to the low levels of tobacco-specific...
Conclusions . During systemic hypothermia, the internal temperature of the rat cochlea correlates best with the temporalis muscle and rectal temperatures. These positive correlations will be used in future studies to assess the efficacy of mild and moderate hypothermia to protect hearing against...
Conclusion. The new Provox® NID™ non-indwelling voice prosthesis investigated in this study provides a good option for laryngectomized patients using non-indwelling voice prostheses and can potentially improve safety and increase patients’ satisfaction with their voice and speech. Objective....
Conclusion. Using a transantral approach, we examined a new bypass of the maxillary artery (MA) to proximal middle cerebral artery (MCA). The caliber of the MA was suitable to provide sufficient blood flow. The length of the graft was shorter and it had a straighter course in the new technique...
Conclusions. Myomyous junctions comprise a complex muscle fiber network, which is thought to synchronize the activity of the cricopharyngeal (CP) muscle fibers. Myomyous and myotendinous junctions explain the heterogeneity in muscle fiber length which contributes to the efficient behavior of the...
Conclusion. Video-oculography demonstrates a higher occurrence of atypical positional nystagmus in patients with benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV). This includes anterior and horizontal canal variants and multiple positional nystagmus, suggesting combined lesions affecting several...
Conclusion. Use of a solution of bupivacaine (5 mg/ml)–epinephrine (5 µg/ml) (BE) is beneficial in reducing intraoperative bleeding and decreasing the operation time in adult (adeno)tonsillectomy patients. Objective. Pain and intra- and postoperative bleeding are problems associated with...
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