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Reduction of bacteremia after oral manipulations.
POSTOPERATIVE bacteremias have been an established clinical finding for many years. The percentage of positive bacteremias produced have varied as much as the procedures that were used to produce theExpand
Carotid artery protection and a new technique.
RUPTURE OF THE carotid artery following neck dissection is one of the most serious complications of head and neck surgery in cancer patients. If survival occurs after massive carotid hemorrhage,Expand
Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada syndrome.
THE VOGT-KOYANAGI-HARADA (VKH) syndrome is a relatively rare multisystem disease. This syndrome has been frequently reported by ophthalmologists; however, there has been a noticeable absence in theExpand
Speech recovery in laryngectomized patients
Method of oral hygiene in certain difficult problems.
CLINICIANS have been confronted for many years with the problems of oral hygiene in certain difficult problem groups. The oral surgeon is confronted with a cleansing method for the oral fractureExpand
Nasopharyngography: its technic and uses.
Nasopharyngography has been performed int ermittently for many years. Most of the reports concerning contrast studies of the nasopharynx have been in the foreign literature (1–3, 5). In the UnitedExpand
Velopharyngeal Incompetence
  • E. Rise
  • Medicine
  • Southern medical journal
  • 1 March 1966
The author describes the surgical management of this condition.
EMERGENCY TRACHEOTOMY.
DERMOID CYSTS OF THE TONGUE AND FLOOR OF THE MOUTH.
  • E. Rise
  • Medicine
  • Archives of otolaryngology
  • 1964
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