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Nontuberculous Mycobacteria‐Induced Parotid Lymphadenitis Successfully Limited With Clarithromycin and Rifabutin
Objectives/Hypothesis: Nontuberculous mycobacterial adenitis of the parotid gland is often difficult to diagnose. The rarity of these infections in the parotid region and the lack of specificExpand
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Balloon Dilation for Recurrent Stenosis after Pediatric Laryngotracheoplasty
Objectives We assessed the safety and efficacy of balloon dilation as treatment for recurrent stenosis after pediatric laryngotracheoplasty. Methods We studied a retrospective case series at anExpand
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Pediatric primary anterior laryngotracheoplasty: Thyroid ala vs costal cartilage grafts.
OBJECTIVE To compare outcomes with the use of thyroid ala cartilage (TAC) and costal cartilage (CC) grafts in pediatric primary anterior laryngotracheoplasty (LTP). DESIGN Retrospective comparisonExpand
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Flexible bronchoscopy and interdisciplinary collaboration in pediatric large airway disease.
OBJECTIVE Demonstrate the benefits of a multidisciplinary pediatric airway team prepared to evaluate and treat otolaryngology patients with flexible bronchoscopy. DESIGN Case series. SETTINGExpand
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Prospective study of the surgical management of distal tibia extra-articular metaphyseal tibial fractures managed with CRIF with IMIL tip locking nails: A study of 20 patients
Background: Distal tibia extra articular metaphyseal tibial fractures are difficult to manage because of the hour glass shape of the distal tibia poses a difficulty to achieve fixation withExpand
A comparative study of functional outcome of distal tibial extra-articular fracture fixed with intramedullary interlocking nail versus locking compression plate
Background: Distal metaphysical fracture of the tibia has been a challenging situation when mostly treated with Plaster of Paris casts, resulting in ankle and knee stiffness and prolongedExpand
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MIPO with anatomical plate for distal tibia extra articular fractures: A safe and effective modality
Background: Distal tibia fractures are often amongst the most difficult fractures to treat because of the hour glass shape of the distal tibia poses a difficulty to achieve fixation withExpand