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Emergency care for pediatric patients represents a large proportion of total ENT emergencies so we thought that it might be interesting to know the statistical data from a tertiary hospital. These findings are the basis for planning work and training for future specialists in different fields.
Diagnostic audiological test performed in two children showed remarkable differences between the results of behavioral audiometry and those of auditory evoked response audiometry. The results of neuropsychological evaluation showed attention disorders. It is possible that a response desynchronisation in the auditory pathway may exist in these disorders.… (More)
Dizziness is a common but little understood ailment of old people. Its presence is the origin of an important incapacity associated with lack of personal autonomy. Clinical and electronystagmographic findings of aging individuals enduring imbalance and coming to our Department allowed us to accept that those cases in which the cause could be identified it… (More)
The free radial forearm flap has become the most common used flap in recreative head and neck. The tolerable complications rate and also the achievements rate offers one of the best choices in pharynx repair.
The existence of multiple primary tumors of the upper aerodigestive tract, esophagus, and lung (UADT-E-L) is related with a common etiopathogenic factor (alcohol-tobacco association). In a review of 43 patients, 6.75% with a UADT-E-L tumor developed another neoplasm, 3.25% at the same site. Nine percent (8.59%) of the tumors were synchronic and 10.85% were… (More)
The neonates, children under 4 years and patients with central nervous system pathology are a population that need a screening test to estimate the hearing threshold. ABR-test (auditory brainstem response) is a viable and effective tool for identification a hearing impairment.