Daniel Moualed

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Iatrogenic complications associated with current treatment protocols for oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma are noted to cause high rates of acute and chronic morbidity. The aims of this study are to provide an overview of the current de-escalation trials for human papillomavirus positive (HPV+) oropharyngeal carcinoma and to evaluate the evidence(More)
We present the first dedicated case series of bilateral synchronous tonsillar carcinoma and discuss the role of bilateral tonsillectomy as a diagnostic tool. The occurrence of multiple head and neck tumours is well recognised; however, reports of bilateral synchronous tonsillar carcinoma are rare. A literature review reveals only 12 cases of bilateral(More)
BACKGROUND Human papillomavirus-associated oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinomas are a distinct subgroup of tumours that may have a better prognosis than traditional tobacco/alcohol-related disease. Iatrogenic complications, associated with conventional practice, are estimated to cause mortality of approximately 2% and high morbidity. As a result,(More)
BACKGROUND Following middle ear ventilation tube (tympanostomy tube or grommet) insertion, most surgeons advise that a child's ears should be kept dry during the immediate postoperative period. Following the initial period some surgeons will permit swimming or bathing, whereas other surgeons will recommend ongoing water precautions. A large number of(More)
OBJECTIVE The Cambridge Otology Quality of Life Questionnaire (COQOL) is a patient-recorded outcome measurement (PROM) designed to quantify the quality of life of patients attending otology clinics. DESIGN Item-reduction model. A systematically designed long-form version (74 items) was tested with patient focus groups before being presented to adult(More)
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