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Bilateral vocal fold paralysis (BVFP) in adduction is characterised by inspiratory dyspnea, due to the paramedian position of the vocal folds with narrowing of the airway at the glottic level. The condition is often life threatening and therefore requires surgical intervention to prevent acute asphyxiation or pulmonary consequences of chronic airway(More)
Twelve middle ears from human cadavers, prepared for total grafting and preserved in sialit (1:5000) for more than 10-12 months, were studied with the aid of a scanning microscope. Such investigations have not been reported before in the medical literature. The observed de-epithelialization of most of the membrane and of the ossicles and the distortion of(More)
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