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An operation for the correction of swallowing and voice following paralysis of the vagus nerve is described. The operation is divided into four parts which are performed either in one or two stages. These include: 1. extramucosal myotomy of the pars fundiformis of the cricopharyngeus muscle; 2. correction of vocal cord paralysis by the rotation of the… (More)
We describe a patient with a neoplasm closely mimicking a glumous jugulare tumour with regard to both clinical and radiological presentation. The tumour was removed by the transmastoid route. Only after histological examination of the excised neoplasm could the diagnosis of angioma be made. No other case of this nature has been found in the literature.
Report on three cases with cluster headache for a period of 10 to 20 years, respectively. This was healed by resection of the greater petrosal nerve. In these patients the nerve was found in a bony canal of a length of 5 to 6 mm between the geniculate ganglion and the facial nerve hiatus. In this region the nerve was blurred free, luxated from the canal,… (More)