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Clinical characteristics and therapeutic response of objective tinnitus due to middle ear myoclonus: A large case series
To evaluate the clinical characteristics and therapeutic response of tinnitus due to middle ear myoclonus (MEM) and to suggest appropriate diagnostic methods.
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Middle ear myoclonus associated with forced eyelid closure in children: Diagnosis and treatment outcome
Forceful eyelid closure syndrome (FECS) was first reported at the Proceedings of the Second International Tinnitus Seminar in 1983. The main symptom of this syndrome is a spontaneous muscularExpand
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An acquired tufted angioma of the nasal cavity.
Tufted angiomas are benign vascular tumors that occur mainly in children younger than 5 years, involving the skin with subcutaneous plaques or in a nodular form. We experienced a rare tufted angiomaExpand
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Correlation between skin prick test and MAST-immunoblot results in patients with chronic rhinitis.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES The most reliable method for confirming the causative allergens of allergic rhinitis is the skin prick test, followed by the multiple allergen simultaneous test (MAST),Expand
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Clinical Characteristics of Auricular Keloids Treated with Surgical Excision
Background and Objectives Differences in morphology of auricular keloids possibly contribute to distinct results of treatment. The aim of this study was to evaluate clinical characteristics of theExpand
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Safety Control of Automatic Excavator for Swing Collision Avoidance
The importance of safety for automated construction machinery is continuously increasing. Especially, excavators are frequently exposed to fatal accident because it works closely with human workers.Expand
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Identification of Dominant Cause of Cut-Slope Collapse and Monitoring of Reinforced Slope Behavior
Failure aspects of cut-slope, which induce the sequential collapses during the excavation stage, have been analyzed. Slope rock structures are investigated by examining the orientations and positionsExpand
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Pneumolabyrinth After Otic Capsule-Disrupting Temporal Bone Fracture without Direct Connection with the Middle Ear Space
Pneumolabyrinth or pneumocochlea is an uncommon condition in which the vestibule or cochlea is filled with air. Although there have been several reports on pneumolabyrinth after stapes surgery, itExpand