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Tooth aspiration is one of the rare sequelae of dental trauma. When this does occur, the right bronchus is usually involved in adults due to the anatomical configuration. In this unusual case, two teeth were aspirated with one entering each lung. While the outcome from cases of aspiration of foreign bodies is usually favourable, this case serves to… (More)
Solitary plasmacytoma of the skull base is a rare entity with only a few reported cases in the literature. We review the literature and present our experience with this lesion that produced ipsilateral sensorineural hearing loss, vertigo and ipsilateral sixth nerve palsy.
To quantify the potential burden for screening for cerebellopontine angle lesions, all adult new patients attending the ENT outpatient department of a district general hospital were documented to see if their presenting symptom(s) could be consistent with the presence of a cerebellopontine angle lesion. Of the patients, 19.7 per cent were found to be… (More)