R S Zundel

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Historically, clinicians have used subjective assessment and perceptual judgments, supplemented with acoustic measures, aerodynamic studies, and videostroboscopy, to determine the effects of phonosurgery. When phonosurgical results are poor, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can be useful in determining how the surgical modifications contributed to the(More)
Introduction Amyloidosis is a disease characterised by the extracellular deposition of proteinaceous material, causing damage to tissues. It may be localized or systemic, and hereditary or acquired, the most common forms of the latter being associated with underlying chronic inflammatory or haematological disorders. The phenomenon was originally described(More)
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