Yahya Güldiken

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The aim of this study was to evaluate spinal accessory nerve function after functional neck dissection (FND) and radical neck dissection (RND) by monitoring the nerve with electromyographic (EMG) examinations. A prospective, double-blind, clinical study was undertaken in 21 patients (42 neck side dissections) operated on for head and neck malignant(More)
Persistent cough due to irritation of the vagus nerve by osteophytes resulting from cervical spinal surgery is a very rare condition. The authors report the case of a 49-year-old woman who presented with a persistent cough subsequent to cervical spinal surgery. One year after the initial operation, the patient underwent surgery to free the larynx from the(More)
OBJECTIVE To show evidence of spontaneous bone pocket formation using the subperiosteal pocket technique for cochlear implantation surgery. STUDY DESIGN Clinical capsule report. SETTING University hospital. PATIENTS We evaluated 8 pediatric revision cochlear implant patients who had previously undergone cochlear implantation using the subperiosteal(More)
OBJECTIVE In the standard technique of cochlear implantation, the internal receiver-stimulator (IRS) is fixed into a socket drilled on the calvarial bone. In the subperiosteal technique, the IRS is fixed under the subperiosteal plane, and drilling is not necessary. The purpose of this study was to compare the subperiosteal and the standard techniques. (More)
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