• Publications
  • Influence
Interventions for acute auricular haematoma.
BACKGROUND Acute haematoma of the pinna is a condition where a collection of blood forms beneath the perichondrial layer of the pinna. It is usually caused by blunt trauma, and if untreated willExpand
  • 32
  • 2
Bilateral synchronous tonsillar carcinoma: a case series and review of the literature
We present the first dedicated case series of bilateral synchronous tonsillar carcinoma and discuss the role of bilateral tonsillectomy as a diagnostic tool. The occurrence of multiple head and neckExpand
  • 14
  • 2
Mastoid Obliteration with Hydroxyapatite Cement: The Ipswich Experience
Objective This article reports the outcomes of a series of patients who underwent obliteration of the mastoid cavity using hydroxyapatite cement. A comparison is made with a group of patients whoExpand
  • 59
How we do it: The viability of free mucosal grafts on exposed bone in lacrimal surgery – a prospective study
• To ascertain viability of free mucosal of grafts on bare bone and degree of contracture in vivo.
  • 12
A New Technique Using Fibrin Glue in the Management of Auricular Hematoma
Abstract:This study aims to describe a new technique for the management of auricular hematoma using fibrin glue. Five difficult cases of auricular hematoma were managed using this technique,Expand
  • 5
Bone anchored hearing aids: a second fixture reduces auditory deprivation in Cambridge
Bone anchored hearing aids are well established for canal atresia, otosclerosis and chronic suppurative otitis media. Refinements in technique to maximise gain while keeping the complications to aExpand
  • 3
Severe benign hypopharynx/upper‐oesophageal strictures: successful treatment with a novel interventional radiology technique in three patients
1 Douglas R. & Wormald P.J. (2007) Update on epistaxis. Curr. Opin. Otolaryngol. Head Neck Surg. 15, 180–183 2 Padua F.G. & Voegels R.L. (2008) Severe posterior epistaxisendoscopic surgical anatomy.Expand
  • 2
A Simple Combined Antegrade Radiological and Retrograde Endoscopic Procedure to Recanalise Fibrotic Hypopharyngo-Oesophageal Occlusions: Technical Description and Lessons from Clinical Outcome in
Background: Complete hypopharyngo-oesophageal occlusion is a rare complication of head and neck radiotherapy and a range of other conditions. Absolute dysphagia is accompanied by aspiration andExpand
Calibre-persistent artery of the nose.