A Alonso Ovies

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The presence of enlarged cervical lymph nodes is a diagnostic challenge in disease of the head and neck. Lymph node enlargement may be secondary to local or general infectious disease, to non-infectious systemic disease, or to lymphatic metastasis of tumoral processes. Among the many infectious processes that originate cervical lymph nodes is tularemia.(More)
Paralysis of the orbicularis oculi muscle in patients with facial palsy can originate serious functional and esthetic problems. The implantation of a gold weight in the upper eyelid is one of the many surgical techniques that have been described for the correction of lagophthalmos in these patients. In this article we review the literature and present our(More)
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