Helena Rowley

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Lymphatic malformations can occur anywhere in the head and neck, and when they do so in the oral cavity, they can present a potential hazard to the airway. We describe a 4-year-old girl with a giant lymphatic malformation of the tongue and neck. This report illustrates the particular difficulties that may be encountered in cases involving giant lymphatic(More)
Previously, the hypoglossal nerve has not undergone intra-operative monitoring during neck operations in which the nerve is at risk. As society becomes increasingly litigious, this may change. This study describes the technique and the microvoltages used in 10 patients for intra-operative stimulation of the hypoglossal nerve with the Magstim nerve(More)
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