Ehab Kamal

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Animal models for training of surgical skills were widely used for a long time in the education of medical practitioners. It is recognized, however, that endolaryngeal microsurgery requires highly refined skills to handle the delicate structures of the vocal folds under the microscope. The availability of fresh human laryngeal specimens is markedly(More)
Objective: Otosclerosis has long been a clinical, audiological and tympanometric diagnosis. The definitive role and value of imaging is yet unclear in the clinical practice. In this work we aimed to study the temporal bone density using CT scan in patients clinically diagnosed as otosclerosis, not only to ascertain the value of CT scan, but also to study(More)
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