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Acute epiglottitis: epidemiology, clinical presentation, management and outcome
- Liviu-Adelin Guldfred, D. Lyhne, B. Becker
- The Journal of Laryngology & Otology
- 25 September 2007
In the H influenzae type b vaccine era, acute epiglottitis in children has almost disappeared and the incidence in the adult population has been constant, suggesting a discriminate approach to airway management seems safe in adults. Expand
Postinflammatory Acquired Atresia of the External Auditory Canal: Treatment and Results of Surgery Over 27 Years
Hearing improvement has been considerable after removal of the atresia with primary closure of airbone gap within 20 dB in 90% of the cases. Expand
The non-specific effect of endolymphatic sac surgery in treatment of Meniere's disease: a prospective, randomized controlled study comparing "classic" endolymphatic sac surgery with the insertion of…
A prospective, randomized study comparing the effect of two surgical modalities in the treatment of patients with Meniere's disease: insertion of an endolymphatic sac shunt and insertion of a ventilating tube in the tympanic membrane found that both groups had a statistically significant reduction in dizzy spells. Expand
Subclavian vein thrombosis in patients treated with infusion chemotherapy for advanced malignancy
The frequency of SVT in this patient population necessitates consideration of prophylactic methods in high‐risk patients, and the use of fibrinolytic therapy was adequate to lead to complete clinical resolution. Expand
Post-thyroidectomy hemorrhage: a national study of patients treated at the Danish departments of ENT Head and Neck Surgery
- C. Godballe, A. R. Madsen, +9 authors T. Nielsen
- European Archives of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology
- 20 March 2009
Compared with international literature, the incidence of post-thyroidectomy hemorrhage is relatively high and improvement might be reached by the exchange of experience between departments with focus on adequate surgical technique and careful hemostasis. Expand
[Foreign bodies in the airways and esophagus in children].
Most children with airway foreign bodies were aged 1 to 3 years and generally had a positive history of choking and the dominating symptoms were cough, wheezing and cyanosis. Expand
[Multiple synchronous tumours of different histological type of the salivary glands].
A 72-year-old woman who was diagnosed with simultaneously occurring Warthin's tumours of the left parotid and mixed tumour of the homolateral submandibular gland is reported. Expand
[Novel tonsillectomy technique].
- J. Toft, Liviu-Adelin Guldfred, Bent Ivan Holmgaard Larsen, B. Becker
- Ugeskrift for laeger
The intraoperative bleeding was lower and the surgery times were shorter in the Co group compared with classic dissection, and there was no difference in the postoperative haemorrhage rate between the two tonsillectomy methods. Expand
Oscillation Lung Expansion Therapy (OLE) with The MetaNeb® System Is Associated with Decreased Hospitalizations for Acute Reactive Airway Disease Exacerbations Compared to Standard Small Volume…
PEDIATRIC/CRANIOFACIAL Preoperative Osseous Dysmorphology in Unilateral Complete Cleft Lip and Palate: A Quantitative Analysis of Computed
The extreme asymmetry of primary and secondary landmarks is explained by the cleft itself and the obvious displacement of the premaxilla toward the noncleft side, and the subtler, statistically significant asymmetries of the tertiary landmarks support the entire face and possibly the cranial base. Expand