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Skull base osteomyelitis classically presents as a complication of severe external otitis, middle ear, mastoid or sinus infection and can lead to multiple lower cranial nerve palsies when the jugular foramen is involved as a consequence of widespread involvement of the skull base. Bilateral skull base osteomyelitis is a recognized phenomenon, but has not… (More)
OBJECTIVES The aim of this study was to review complications occurring in bone anchored hearing aid (BAHA) patients in relation to wound healing following full thickness skin graft versus split thickness skin graft. DESIGN Retrospective study. The medical notes of 22 patients who underwent insertion of BAHA over 24 months were reviewed. SETTING ENT… (More)
Philipp Friedrich Arnold and Ludvig Levin Jacobson were two of the greatest anatomists of the 19th century. Within this paper their backgrounds and their contribution to the development of various aspects of head and neck anatomy are considered.