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Petrous bone cholesteatoma is a rare pathologic entity and may be a difficult surgical challenge because of potential involvement of the facial nerve, carotid artery, dura mater, otic capsule, and… (More)
A labyrinthine fistula is the most common complication of cholesteatomatous chronic ear disease. Its treatment remains a controversial subject. The present paper reports our approach to the… (More)
Aims/hypothesis:Visceral and intermuscular adipose tissue (IMAT) depots account for most obesity-related metabolic and cardiovascular complications. Muscle satellite cells (SCs) are mesenchymal stem… (More)
A high jugular bulb is a frequent problem in the translabyrinthine approach. This article described a safe technique for effective inferior displacement of the high bulb.
Bondy operation is a type of modified radical mastoidectomy in which the mastoid cavity is exteriorized without disturbing the intact ossicular chain and pars tensa. It is indicated in cases of… (More)
OBJECTIVE This study aimed to determine whether postoperative facial nerve paralysis or surgical manipulation causing paralysis could be predicted on train responses during intraoperative facial… (More)
An alternative technique for the identification of the facial nerve at the fundus of the internal auditory canal is described.
Glomus tympanicum tumour is one of the commonest neoplasms of the middle ear. It is more common in females. The most common presenting symptom is pulsatile tinnitus. A retrotympanic mass is found in… (More)
This study reviews 57 papers dealing with the issue of hearing preservation in vestibular schwannoma surgery published in otolaryngologic and neurosurgical literature between the years 1977 and 1994.… (More)
In order to study high jugular bulb management in lateral skull base surgery, an anatomical study was conducted on 30 temporal bones by examining the relationship between the internal auditory canal… (More)