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OBJECTIVE To design and implement a functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) protocol to investigate the cortical and brainstem patterns of activity in children with regard to the act of swallowing. STUDY DESIGN Pilot study to assess the clinical feasibility of the project. METHODS Using a 3T Bruker Biospec 30/60 MRI scanner, images were obtained(More)
A patient with "far-advanced" otosclerosis with a profound bilateral hearing loss was evaluated for cochlear reserve using transtympanic electrocochleography (ECoG) and promontory stimulation. Results indicated that both ECoG and promontory responses were present, indicating that cochlear function was present bilaterally. A stapedectomy resulted in closure(More)
Lingual hamartoma is a rare tongue mass, primarily diagnosed in childhood. In most cases in the literature, the masses were surgically removed without preoperative imaging. There are only 3 cases reported in the clinical literature that describe preoperative imaging findings. We report the clinical and imaging findings in an infant with lingual hamartoma(More)
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