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Temporomandibular joint herniation into the external ear canal through foramen of Huschke.
TLDR
A rare case of foramen Huschke with a herniation of the soft tissues around the temporomandibular joint that result in severe otalgia and its treatment are presented.
Myoepithelioma of the parotid gland in a child: a case report.
TLDR
A child with myoepithelioma of the parotid gland is reported and histopathologic examination should be considered to differentiate these tumors.
Castleman disease as a giant parapharyngeal mass presenting with dysphagia.
TLDR
A 20-year-old man experiencing dysphagia for 4 years was admitted, and his magnetic resonance imaging and computed tomographic scans showed a giant parapharyngeal ellipsoid mass from the left jugular foramen to the vocal folds, which is the first case in literature presenting with the only symptom of dysphagía.
Age-related Differences in Homocysteine and Serological Markers in Patients with Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss
TLDR
It is thought that microvascular and immunological pathogenesis develops in sudden hearing loss and homocysteine and C3 levels are valuable but agerelated parameters following diagnosis and treatment.
Letter to the Editor regarding article by Yücedag et al. "The Effects of Nonylphenol on Hearing in Rats".
  • Erbil Kılıç
  • Medicine
    The journal of international advanced otology
  • 1 April 2015
TLDR
The effects of nonylphenol on hair cells and the cochlear nerve are unclear and the hearing levels of the rats should have been evaluated by auditory brainstem response instead of DPOAE.
Variations in otological presentation of lightning strike victims: Clinical report of 3 patients.
TLDR
This is the first documented case of mid-frequency hearing loss occurring after lightning strike, and it is hoped that this will help clarify the cause of hearing loss in patients affected by lightning strike.
Effects of acidic and nonacidic reflux on the eustachian tube: An animal experiment.
TLDR
Of the three experimental solutions tested, the combination of pepsin/HCl and human bile was the most injurious to eustachian tube function.
A retropharyngeal abscess caused by Francisella tularensis with an aberrant internal carotid artery on the same side
TLDR
Tularemi Gram-negatif, kapsülsüz, aerobik bir kokobasilin patojenik suşu olan Franciella tularensisin neden olduğu nadir görülen bir zoonozdur, hayvanlarla temas, hayvansal ürünlerin tüketilmesi ve suyla olabilmektedir.