Sara De Biaggi

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Three patients were noted to have unusual zones of osteitis during salvage myringoplasty. The first case involved the whole upper wall of the bony canal and was camouflaged by a weeping mucopolypoid carpet. In the second case there was a wide zone of osteitis of the posterosuperior angle of the canal and another smaller zone in the anteroinferior tympanic(More)
The different types of sudden deafness have been the subject of considerable research, particularly in respect of their definition and etiopathogenic mechanisms. The concept of a vascular disorder has acquired a predominant place that is open to discussion; very little attention has been paid to the very different ages of the patients, their sex(More)
The authors report their experience of tubal insufflation in the post-operative care of cavity évidement. Their indications consist of évidement cavities with persistent residual muco-purulent otorrhoea or "glue ear" from the atrial area which remains thickened, while the rest of the cavity is healed (about 15% in their statistics). The technique is simple,(More)
A total of 114 specimens of brown trout, Salmo trutta Linnaeus, 1758, was sampled by electrofishing between October 1998 and July 1999 from the Ceresone stream (North of Padua, Italy). Over 63% of fish were infected with three species of helminth: a tapeworm, Cyathocephalus truncatus (Pallas, 1781), and two acanthocephalan species, Echinorhynchus truttae(More)
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