J. L. Dalmau

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INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES Tonsillectomy represents one of the main surgical procedures for the otolaryngologist, with haemorrhage being the most common postoperative. The objective of this study was to determine the post-tonsillectomy haemorrhage rate, and relate the surgical technique, diagnosis and patient age. METHODS This was a retrospective study,(More)
BACKGROUND Some loop ear surgical procedures include cartilage section or abrasion, while others involve antihelix folding by simple suture. METHODS Our results with the Mustardé technique are presented. This procedure avoids an aggressive action on the ear cartilage and makes antihelix folding easier. RESULTS Good aesthetic results were obtained in all(More)
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