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Treatment of complications of parotid gland surgery.
Although several reports in the literature have documented the surgical technique, and the oncological outcome achieved with parotidectomy, only a few articles have described the complications ofExpand
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Langerhans' cell histiocytosis: temporal bone involvement.
In Langerhans' cell histiocytosis, radiological findings on temporal bone involvement show destructive bone lesions involving the mastoid, with the squamous part and middle ear less affected.Expand
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Bezold's abscess in children: case report and review of the literature.
The introduction of antibiotics in the treatment of suppurative otitis media has significantly decreased the incidence of complications. Reports of Bezold's abscess secondary to this disorder areExpand
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Facial nerve paralysis secondary to acute otitis media in infants and children
Abstract:  Nowadays, facial paralysis is an uncommon complication of acute inflammation of the middle ear, with an estimated incidence of 0.005%; it was not so rare in the pre‐antibiotic era,Expand
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Primary Inverted Papilloma of the Middle Ear and Mastoid
Objective Inverted papilloma (Schneiderian-type papilloma), involving the middle ear and mastoid as a primary lesion or as an extension of a sinonasal papilloma, is an extremely rare occurrence.Expand
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Progressive bilateral sensorineural hearing loss probably induced by chronic cyclosporin a treatment after renal transplantation for focal glomerulosclerosis
Objective The immunosuppressive agent cyclosporin A (CsA) has contributed to the success of organ and bone marrow transplantation. CsA-related neurotoxicity is a well-known occurrence. SensorineuralExpand
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Cervical Emphysema and Pneumomediastinum after Tonsillectomy: It Can Happen
A 34-year-old woman was admitted for tonsillectomy because of a history of recurrent tonsillitis. Preoperative physical examination had not shown any abnormalities, except for mild tonsillarExpand
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Parotid gland fistula: treatment with botulinum toxin.
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Tinnitus in children without hearing impairment.
OBJECTIVE Tinnitus is not an uncommon symptom in the pediatric population and, despite its incidence, is still an unrecognized problem, particularly in normal hearing children. As tinnitus isExpand
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Otolaryngological manifestations of rheumatic diseases in children.
Rheumatic diseases represent a group of autoimmune conditions which primarily affect the musculo-skeletal system but can also involve other internal organs such as the auditory and the respiratoryExpand
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