Bénédicte L'Heureux-Lebeau

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OBJECTIVE To assess the utility of the paraclinical tests in patients presenting with clinical diagnosis of cervicogenic dizziness. STUDY DESIGN Case controlled. SETTING Otolaryngology clinic of a tertiary referral hospital center. PATIENTS Twenty-five subjects with cervicogenic dizziness and 25 subjects with benign paroxysmal positional vertigo. (More)
OBJECTIVES To determine whether the fibula free flap is the most frequently used osteocutaneous flap for mandible reconstruction, and whether it provides quality of life, depression and anxiety advantages. METHODS A systematic review of the public Medline database was conducted. Thirteen patients who underwent mandibular reconstruction at our hospital(More)
BACKGROUND Ablation of locally advanced head and neck cancers generally results in large composite oro-facial defects. Due to the often-large segment of mandible missing, as well as the need to provide skin coverage and oral lining, reconstructive options are limited. We present our experience in oncologic head and neck reconstruction using chimaeric(More)
Complications of carpal tunnel release, while infrequent, include incomplete release resulting in persistent symptoms or recurrence due to postoperative scarring, as well as iatrogenic damage to nerves and vessels. We present the case of a patient who underwent carpal tunnel release with resolution of symptoms in the immediate postoperative period. At one(More)
Craniofacial microsomia involves structure of the first and second branchial arches. A wide range of ear anomalies, affecting external, middle and inner ear, has been described in association with this condition. We report three cases of anteverted internal auditory canal in patients presenting craniofacial microsomia. This unique internal auditory canal(More)
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