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Petrous apicitis has traditionally been treated with aggressive surgical methods. However, recent reports describe good results with more conservative medical treatment and minimal surgical intervention. We report a case of petrous apicitis presenting as the Gradenigo syndrome treated by...
Patients with acromegaly usually present with characteristic clinical features or comorbidities associated with excess insulinlike growth factor 1 (IGF-1)/growth hormone (GH) or may come to medical attention secondary to mass effects causing visual field distortions. Herein, we report a case of...
Objectives Pediatric blunt laryngeal trauma is a rare and potentially life-threatening entity. External injuries can be misleading, and a high index of suspicion, as well as early intervention, is essential to achieve the best possible outcome. The authors of this report review the management of...
Purpose To explore the outcomes of lateral attic wall (LAW) reconstruction using autogenous mastoid cortical bone in cases with poorly developed zygomatic root cells and/or a low tegmen or with significant anterior or lateral sigmoid sinus in tympanomastoid surgery.
Purpose The aims of this study were to follow recovery during the first 6 months after acute unilateral vestibular loss (AUVL) and to determine predictors for self-rated remaining symptoms.
Objective The aim of this study was to assess the efficacy and safety of single and low-dose intratympanic gentamicin therapy in patients with Ménière disease and who were monitored both with caloric tests and vestibular-evoked myogenic potentials (VEMPs) to see if VEMPs have an additional role...
Background and aims Allergic rhinitis is the most common chronic and allergic disease, especially in children. This study aimed to investigate the anti-inflammatory effects of Nigella sativa and its effects on inflammatory factors in patients with allergic rhinitis symptoms and the process their...
Background Mitomycin C (MMC) is an antimitotic drug that may, when applied topically, prevent postoperative stenosis. Its use remains controversial. This review aims to provide otolaryngologists with an update of the evidence on the applications of this agent in the nose and sinuses.
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