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Perforating injuries of the orbit involving the paranasal sinuses are uncommon. We report a case in which a large wooden foreign body lodged in the posterior orbit and maxillary sinus was surgically removed by a combined approach by ophthalmologists and ear, nose and throat surgeons.
OBJECTIVES To assess the role of video endoscopy in evaluating velopharyngeal incompetence and investigate a possible relationship between velopharyngeal incompetence type and speech defect in cleft palate patients. METHODS A prospective study of 28 pre- or post-operative cleft palate patients with speech defects who attended Plastic Surgery-Cleft Palate… (More)
Auditory neuropathy (AN), a recently described clinical entity, is a sensorineural disorder where the patient has hearing loss with impaired word discrimination out of proportion to pure tone loss in the pressence of abnormal / absent auditory brain stem responses, and normal outer hair cell as measured by otoacoustic emissions and / cochlear microphonics.… (More)