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Low inter-arytenoid height: a subclassification of type 1 laryngeal cleft diagnosis and management.
OBJECTIVE To report our experience of patients with type 1 laryngeal cleft, (including low inter-arytenoid height) who failed conservative management over a five year period. We describe theExpand
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Cricopharyngeal achalasia in children: surgical and medical treatment.
BACKGROUND Cricopharyngeal achalasia (CA) is a rare cause of dysphagia in children presenting with non-specific symptoms such as choking, food regurgitation, nasal reflux, coughing, recurrentExpand
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Mastoid subperiosteal abscess as a first sign of unnoticed cholesteatoma in children
Aim:  To present children who underwent mastoidectomy for congenital cholesteatoma presented as a subperiosteal abscess.
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Cochlear Implantation in Infants: Special Surgical and Medical Aspects
Objective: To present medical and surgical aspects of cochlear implantation (CI) in infants and to compare the rate of complications of CI in infants with that of older children.
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Identifying risk factors for premature rupture of membranes in small for gestational age neonates: a population-based study
Objective. To determine the prevalence and risk factors for premature rupture of membranes (PROM) among pregnancies complicated with small for gestational age (SGA) neonates. Methods. A computerisedExpand
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Myringoplasty in children.
BACKGROUND Tympanic membrane perforation (TMP) may be caused by acute and chronic otitis media, trauma and iatrogenic reasons. The goal of myringoplasty is to achieve a dry, self-cleansing ear withExpand
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Prognostic effect of pre- and post-admission antibiotic treatment in paediatric acute mastoiditis
Abstract Objective: To evaluate the effect of pre- and post-admission antibiotic treatment in paediatric acute mastoiditis. Design: Retrospective study. Method: Eighty-eight children with acuteExpand
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Telephone use among cochlear implanted children
Abstract Conclusion: Telephone use among implanted children is significantly different from that of the normally hearing population of the same age. Objective: To characterize the use of telephone inExpand
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Hearing Loss as the Presenting Feature of Systemic Vasculitis
Abstract:  Hearing loss, both sensorineural and conductive, is a well‐recognized manifestation of systemic vasculitis, yet has only infrequently been described as its initial presentation. WeExpand
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Integration of cochlear-implanted children into the general Israeli community.
BACKGROUND Severe hearing impairment can have devastating effects on social integration and vocational opportunities. OBJECTIVES To investigate how well--or poorly--individuals who underwentExpand
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