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We present the results of a prospective study of 388 patients presenting with a history of swallowing a foreign body. We indicate whether the patients' symptoms and signs were associated with a… Continue Reading
Oropharyngeal hairy polyps are rare benign congenital tumours that usually present at birth or shortly afterwards with acute upper airway obstruction or feeding difficulties. We describe a case of… Continue Reading
Epistaxis in the anticoagulated patient poses a complicated management problem, which requires interdisciplinary collaboration. The aetiology of the majority of cases of epistaxis remains idiopathic,… Continue Reading
Patients with acute oesophageal obstruction, either due to a foreign body or food bolus, present to any of the specialties of Otorhinolaryngology, General Surgery, Cardiothoracic Surgery or… Continue Reading
The odontogenic keratocyst is the least common of all odontogenic cysts which usually presents to the maxillofacial surgeon. An unusual case is described which presented to the ENT department with a… Continue Reading
A case of Kikuchi's presenting in a young West Indian lady is recorded which typifies this rare condition. This histological features have been discussed and differential diagnosis outlined.
Abstract Congenital pre-auricular sinus is a condition which may cause symptoms over a prolonged period and some difficulty in treatment. The authors have studied 42 pre-auricular sinuses that… Continue Reading
Autoreactive cytotoxic T cells play a key role in the pathogenesis of aplastic anemia (AA) by myelosuppressive cytokines including interferon gamma, tumor necrosis factor alpha, and transforming… Continue Reading
A prospective single-blind, placebo-controlled trial was effected in 30 patients presenting to an out-patient clinic complaining principally of tinnitus. Over a 6-week period, the subjects were… Continue Reading