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Tonsillectomy by Cold Dissection and Coblation Techniques: A Prospective Comparative Study
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Patients with chronic and recurrent tonsillitis who underwent surgery in Group 2 (coblation) showed better outcome when compared to Group 1 (dissection and snare method) and the duration of surgery was less in Groups 1 and 2. Expand
Giant Cervical Osteophytes Their Significance in ENT Practice
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Foresteir’s disease or Diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis involving the cervical vertebrae in two patients is being presented as an uncommon cause of snoring and dysphagia, and a review of literature over ten years showed no such record of such a lesion occurring in C1-C2 vertebre. Expand
Comparative Study Between Endoscopic Sinus Surgery Using Microdebrider and Conventional Techniques with It’s Impact on Pulmonary Function Tests: A Randomized Control Trial
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There was a statistically considerable difference in the FEV1 values in microdebrider ESS than conventional ESS, which is considered superior when the authors have to address the coexistence of lower airway diseases along with CRS. Expand
A Comparative Study in the Management of Chronic Rhinosinusitis by Nasal Douching with Hypertonic Saline vs Isotonic Saline
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It was found that hypertonic saline solution is more efficacious than isotonic saline solution in the treatment of patients with chronic rhinosinusitis. Expand
Diagnostic dilemma whether Malignant hidroacanthoma or seborrheic keratosis
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A case of porocarcinoma of pinna is presented, and it is believed that the patient has had contact with eccrine sweat glands, which results in the development of pore-causing granuloma. Expand
Capillary hemangioma of the columella of nose
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A 24 year old man who presented with a pedunculated swelling in the nasal columella was treated with wide excision and cauterization of the base and features suggestive of capillary hemangioma were found. Expand
Quality of Life in Patients with Nasal Septal Deviation After Septal Correction
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It can be concluded that Septal Correction as a surgical procedure is still relevant in today’s World for symptomatic betterment and for a healthier lifestyle. Expand
Regauds tumour involving the tonsils: A case report -
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A 35 year old lady, a case of Regauds tumour involving the Rt. Expand
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