Helen Constantinides

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The preauricular sinus is a not uncommon finding in the paediatric population. Recent reports have added to our knowledge of this benign malformation. We review the current literature with respect to the aetiology of the condition, its clinical features, and associations with other congenital malformations. In those patients in whom a preauricular sinus is(More)
In this case a secondarily infected pseudoaneurysm of the common carotid artery presented with clinical features suggestive of a parapharyngeal abscess. The causative organism was identified as community-acquired methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. To the authors' knowledge this condition not previously been reported.
Haemangiopericytoma refers to an uncommon vascular/perivascular neoplasm of which a minority of cases arise in the head and neck. It comprises a group of lesions with marked clinical and pathological heterogeneity and a lack of positive criteria by which to make a definitive diagnosis. We describe an unusual case of such a tumour in the submental region,(More)
Professional technical communication often takes place within a larger organizational structure, a structure defined and constrained by both external (national or disciplinary) and internal (organizational) cultures. Thus, theories that help technical communicators analyze and understand organizations can be of especial importance. This bibliography(More)
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