R. S. Harar

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Globus pharyngeus is a common ENT condition. This paper reviews the current evidence on globus and gives a rational guide to the management of patients with globus. The aetiology of globus is still unclear though most ENT surgeons believe that reflux whether acidic or not plays a significant role. Though proton pump inhibitors are used extensively in(More)
Acoustic rhinometry readings are very position dependent, and it was hypothesized that this accounts for its relative lack of reproducibility on a day-to-day basis. Multiple readings on each visit were taken to investigate their impact, if any, on improving the day-to-day reproducibility of the method. Measurements of the minimal cross-sectional area of the(More)
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