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(The Journal of laryngology and otology[TA])
13,741 results
  • Hacettepe cartilage slicer: a novel cartilage slicer and its performance test results. [Journal Article]
  • JLJ Laryngol Otol 2017 Apr 27; :1-5
  • Ergun O, Bajin MD, … Sennaroglu L
  • CONCLUSIONS: To our knowledge, the current study is the first to evaluate the performance of a cartilage slicer device. Based on the thickness results, the Hacettepe cartilage slicer fulfilled its design goals: to consistently produce slices at the intended thickness with a ±0.1 mm tolerance, and to preserve over 95.3 per cent of cartilage thickness thereby ensuring undamaged, strong cartilage slices.
  • Acute otitis media associated bilateral sudden hearing loss: case report and literature review. [Journal Article]
  • JLJ Laryngol Otol 2017 Apr 17; :1-5
  • Smith A, Gutteridge I, … Cronin M
  • CONCLUSIONS: The limited evidence available suggests that acute otitis media with tinnitus and/or bacterial pathology may have an increased risk of sudden sensorineural hearing loss, which is consistent with the case described. Although there is no sufficiently powered published evidence to provide definitive treatment guidelines, the literature reviewed suggests that early myringotomy and antibiotics may greatly improve treatment outcomes.
  • Piezoelectric technology in otolaryngology, and head and neck surgery: a review. [Journal Article]
  • JLJ Laryngol Otol 2017 Apr 17; :1-7
  • Meller C, Havas TE
  • CONCLUSIONS: Piezoelectric technology has been successfully employed, particularly in otology and skull base surgery, where its specific advantages versus traditional drills include a lack of 'blunting' and tissue selectivity. Technical advantages include ease of use, a short learning curve and improved visibility. Its higher cost warrants consideration given that clinically significant improvements in operative time and morbidity have not yet been proven. Further studies may define the evolving role of piezoelectric surgery in otolaryngology, and head and neck surgery.
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