Guri S. Sandhu

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We review the evidence that activation of the cerebral cortex can lead to movements of the vocal folds and possibly to cough. Electrical stimulation of the motor cortex can cause movements of the vocal folds and vocalizatioin, but cough has not been reported. The motor pathways are via the nucleus ambiguous and possibly the nucleus retroambuigualis in the(More)
  • Luqiao Liu, A L Q Liu, I Richardella, Y Garate, N Zhu, C T Samarth +41 others
  • 2016
Spin-polarized tunneling study of spin-momentum locking in topological insulators " , Central role of domain wall depinning for perpendicular magnetization switching driven by spin torque from the spin Hall effect " , and incoherent spin torque oscillations in a nanopillar magnetic spin-valve " , Magnetic oscillations driven by the spin Hall effect in(More)
Laryngotracheal stenosis (LTS) is a rare condition that occurs most commonly as a result of instrumentation of the airway but may also occur as a result of inflammatory conditions or idiopathically. Here, we present the case of a patient who developed LTS as a complication of granulomatosis with polyangiitis (GPA), which was misdiagnosed as asthma for 6(More)
About 40% of the population will experience chronic cough at some point during their lives and it tends to be more common in women (Thorax 58:901-7, 2003). Post-nasal drip (or upper airway cough syndrome), gastro-esophageal reflux disease and asthma are considered the most common causes. Yet only a small percentage of patients with these common conditions(More)
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