Squamous cell carcinoma of the external auditory canal: an evaluation of a staging system.
The use of adjuvant radiotherapy increased survival rate in patients with a T3 lesion, and the 2-year survival data directly correlated with the staging system.
Staging Proposal for External Auditory Meatus Carcinoma Based on Preoperative Clinical Examination and Computed Tomography Findings
- M. Arriaga, H. Curtin, B. Hirsch, Haruo Takahashi, D. Kamerer
- MedicineAnnals of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology
- 1 September 1990
A TNM staging system for external auditory meatus carcinoma is proposed utilizing preoperative computed tomography and physical examination and fulfills the requirements of the American Joint Committee on Cancer that a staging system should provide a sound basis for therapeutic planning for cancer patients by describing the survival and resultant treatment of different patient groups in comparable form.
Combined approaches for resection of extensive glomus jugulare tumors. A review of 12 cases.
The value of combined surgical approaches in achieving complete resection with conservation of cranial nerves in 12 patients with extensive tumors is reported and the important role of adjuvant radiation therapy in cases with residual tumor is discussed.
Malignant Otitis Externa
- C. Hobson, J. Moy, K. Byers, Y. Raz, B. Hirsch, Andrew A. McCall
- Medicine, BiologyOtolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery
- 26 March 2014
A high index of suspicion for nonpseudomonal organisms should be maintained in patients with signs and symptoms of MOE, especially in those without diabetes.
Imaging of tinnitus: a review.
- J. Weissman, B. Hirsch
- 1 August 2000
For patients with nonpulsatile tinnitus, MR imaging is the study of choice to exclude a vestibular schwannoma or other neoplasm of the cerebellopontine angle cistern.
Ossiculoplasty Using Incus Interposition: Hearing Results and Analysis of the Middle Ear Risk Index
- R. O'reilly, S. Cass, B. Hirsch, D. Kamerer, R. Bernat, Sherri P Poznanovic
- MedicineOtology and Neurotology
- 1 September 2005
Sculpted autologous or homologous incus interposition provides hearing success comparable with current allograft prosthesis studies, has a very low extrusion rate, and remains stable over time.
Superior semicircular canal dehiscence: oblique reformatted CT images for diagnosis.
- B. Branstetter, Chivonne Harrigal, E. Escott, B. Hirsch
- 1 March 2006
Coronal reformations from multi-detector row CT of the temporal bone are sufficient for the evaluation of SSCD and do not change the radiologic diagnosis and may be reserved for equivocal or confusing cases.
Clinical practice guideline: Cerumen impaction
- P. Roland, Timothy L. Smith, S. Wetmore
- MedicineOtolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery
- 1 September 2008
Discomfort with space and motion: A possible marker of vestibular dysfunction assessed by the situational characteristics questionnaire
- R. Jacob, S. Woody, J. Durrant
- Psychology, Medicine
- 1 December 1993
The results of two studies of the construct validity of the Situational Characteristics Questionnaire (SitQ) are reported, which has two subscales, both of which measure SMD: the SMD-I andSMD-II.
Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo: 10‐Year Experience in Treating 592 Patients with Canalith Repositioning Procedure
- Emmanuel P. Prokopakis, T. Chimona, G. Velegrakis
- Medicine, PsychologyThe Laryngoscope
- 1 September 2005
Objective: To assess the long‐term efficacy of canalith repositioning procedure (CRP) in the treatment of patients with benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV).