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Identifying the affected branches of vestibular nerve in vestibular neuritis
Abstract Conclusion. The inner ear monitoring system is useful for identifying the affected branches of the vestibular nerve in cases of vestibular neuritis, providing insight about the interval forExpand
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Ocular Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potentials Via Bone-Conducted Vibrations Applied to Various Midsagittal Cranial Sites
Objective: This study applied bone-conducted vibration (BCV) stimulation to various midsagittal sites on the cranium to optimize stimulation conditions for ocular vestibular evoked myogenicExpand
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The application of ultrasound in detecting lymph nodal recurrence in the treated neck of head and neck cancer patients
Early detection of neck lymph node (LN) recurrence is paramount in improving the prognosis of treated head and neck cancer patients. Ultrasound (US) with US-guided fine needle aspiration (FNA) andExpand
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Spontaneous resolution of internal jugular vein thrombosis in a Salmonella neck abscess patient.
This article describes a rare case of Salmonella neck abscess complicated by internal jugular vein thrombosis in a 51-year-old patient with previously undiagnosed diabetes. The patient was dischargedExpand
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Analysis of low frequency harmonics for continuous-conduction-mode boost power-factor correction
The input current harmonics of continuous-conduction-mode boost power-factor correction (CCMPFC) are presented. Input current distortion of single-phase CCMPFC is analysed and harmonic components areExpand
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Modified fibrescope guided nasogastric tube insertion: Our experience with 23 patients
This simple method of fiberscope nasogastric tube (NGT) guidance is possible. This method is suitable for patients who failed with inserting NGT blindly. NGT is attached to the fiberscope byExpand
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Pediatric Cervical Hodgkin's Lymphoma Diagnosed by Ultrasound-guided Core Needle Biopsy
Hodgkin's lymphoma is the most common pediatric head and neck malignancy, often presenting as cervical lymphadenopathies. Here, we report a case of a 12-year-old boy with a right painless neck massExpand