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Laryngeal morphological changes due to gastroesophageal reflux disease.
UNLABELLED Chronic laryngitis may have life impact on professional voice users. Besides smoking and excessive alcohol intake, GERD is a determiniing factor in the etiology of dysphonia. AIM ToExpand
Pneumatization of the inferior turbinate - imaging study
Pneumatization of the inferior turbinate is a very rare intranasal, extrasinusal anatomic variant, usually discovered by imaging, when an etiologic review of a nasal respiratory failure or of aExpand
The anatomo-radiological study of unusual extrasinusal pneumatizations: superior and supreme turbinate, crista galli process, uncinate process.
INTRODUCTION One of the aspects that have an influence on rhinosinusal endoscopic surgery is extrasinusal pneumatization, which can also affect less common structures at this level. TheExpand
The Susy Safe project overview after the first four years of activity.
OBJECTIVES to collect relevant, up-to-date, representative, accurate, systematic information, related to foreign bodies (FB) injuries. METHODS The "Susy Safe" registry, a DG SANCO co-funded projectExpand
[The implications of cervical spine degenerative and traumatic diseases in the pathogenesis of cervical vertigo and hearing loss].
AIM Cervical spine together with vestibular system,visual system and proprioceptive afferents plays an important role in mentaining balance. Spine damage causes distortions in transmittingExpand
ORIGINAL STUDY MANAGEMENT OF PHARYNGOLARYNGEAL REFLUX AT VOICE PROFESSIONALS
The development of specific programs for preventing dysphonia at voice professionals is necessary, including dysphonia caused by extraesophageal reflu x. The purpose of this study was to evaluate theExpand
[Diagnostic and treatment algorithm for pharyngolaryngeal reflux].
Pharyngolaryngeal reflux (PLR) refers to backflow of stomach contents into the throat and larynx. Its diagnosis is difficult because of a variety of atypical symptoms, low sensitivity of traditionalExpand
Retromolar trigone--oropharynx junction maligns tumor surgery: transmandibular versus oral approach.
AIM This study proposes a new approach to a borderline pathology between Otorhinolaryngology (E.N.T.) and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (O.M.F.), the malignant tumors of the oropharyngeal andExpand
Epidemiological features and management of complex neck trauma from an ENT surgeon's perspective.
OBJECTIVES The aim of this study is to present a clear picture of the epidemiological aspects pertaining to the cases of neck trauma addressing to the ENT Emergency Room, as well as to display theExpand
Environmental factors involved in genesis of retromolar - oropharynx junction cancer
The retromolar-oropharynx junction cancer is a rare malignancy situated at the border between the oral cavity and the oropharynx. There is an important number of factors involved in the ethiology,Expand
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