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[Agents of otomycosis in Manisa region, Turkey, 1995-2011].
- K. Değerli, Talat Ecemiş, Kıvanç Günhan, Tolga Başkesen, E. Kal
- Biology, Medicine
- Mikrobiyoloji bulteni
The results of this study indicated that the most frequent agents of otomycosis were non-dermatophyte species such as Aspergillus, followed by Candida, which will provide support to the establishment of antifungal therapy guidelines for otomyCosis. Expand
Videofluoroscopic evaluation of the swallowing function after supracricoid laryngectomy
- A. Yücetürk, S. Tarhan, Kıvanç Günhan, Y. Pabuscu
- European Archives of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology and…
- 1 March 2005
It is observed that the preventive precautions for aspiration are preserving the superior laryngeal nerves, suturing and positioning the cricoarytenoid unit as anterosuperiorly as possible, early decannulation and early onset of swallowing rehabilitation. Expand
Multidimensional assessment of voice and speech after supracricoid laryngectomy with cricohyoidopexy
A rough, breathy, unpleasant but intelligible and acceptable voice could be obtained after SCL with cricohyoidopexy, and acoustic parameters were found to be significantly different from those of normal subjects. Expand
Transformation of the maxillary bone in adults with nasal polyposis: a CT morphometric study.
There could be a relationship between nasal polyposis in adults and maxillary shape, and the flattening and shallowing of the maxillary arch detected in patients with NP may indicate that the bony structural changes continue in adulthood. Expand
The evaluation of pattern and quality of sleep in patients with chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps.
In patients with CRSwNP, functional endoscopic sinus surgery significantly ameliorates sleep pattern and sleep quality and may be a predisposing factor for sleep related respiratory disorders. Expand
Supracricoid laryngectomy: oncological and functional outcome.
Supracricoid laryngectomy has obvious functional advantages over total larynGEctomy with similar local control rates and recurrences and mortality did not occur in the follow-up period. Expand
Clinical Assessment of Mucociliary Disorders
There has been growing appreciation of the significant role played by the mucociliary transport system in the body. Mucociliary clearance is a critical host defense mechanism of the airways.… Expand
Turkish Guideline for Diagnosis and Treatment of Allergic Rhinitis (ART)
- M. C. Ecevit, Müge Özcan, +53 authors M. Önerci
- Turkish archives of otorhinolaryngology
- 1 May 2021
A detailed guideline about all aspects of allergic rhinitis was created, the first in the field of Otolaryngology in Turkey, and the authors believe that this guideline will enable a compact and up-to-date information on allergic Rhinitis to healthcare professionals. Expand
Regenerative Medicine in Rhinology
The various developments in isolation, duplication, and differentiation of stem cells and three-dimensional scaffolds suggest that some of the more frequently applied therapies may be shelved in the close future. Expand