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Facial paralyses in children may be grouped under headings displaying a certain amount of individuality. Chronologically, first to be described are neonatal facial paralyses. These are common and are nearly always cured within a few days. Some of these cases are due to the mastoid being crushed at birth with or without the use of forceps. The intra-osseous(More)
Six patients are presented as examples of investigation and treatment of dysphonic patients in the ENT Department of the Tenon hospital, Paris. Investigations include photography, recording and sometimes sonograms before and after treatment. The multiplication of similar records will eventually show whether laser surgery should be preferred to instrumental(More)