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  • Case 261. [Journal Article]
  • RRadiology 2018; 288(3):898-900
  • Priola AM, Gned D, … Priola SM
  • History A 29-year-old woman presented with a 6-month history of progressive general fatigue, fluctuating limb weakness, and difficulty climbing stairs. She initially experienced occasional episodes o...
  • Ipsilateral hypoglossal nerve palsy following left hemithyroidectomy: Case report and review of literature. [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Surg Case Rep 2018 Aug 11; 51:5-7
  • Bu Bshait M, Alyami H, … Al Arfaj H
  • CONCLUSIONS: Few cases of HNP are reported in the literature following oropharyngeal manipulation. Factors such as the type of surgery, position changes, and intubation characteristics have been linked to the incidence of HNP. Most of the cases recovered spontaneously, indicating a neuro-paxic type of injury. One case of HNP was reported following robotic total thyroidectomy, which was referred to as iatrogenic complication, and resulted in permanent paralysis. We believe that our case is the only reported case of transient ipsilateral HNP following a conventional left hemithyroidectomy.Strap muscles retraction and neck extension during thyroidectomy could predispose to HNP.
  • The frequency of dysphagia and its impact on adults with multiple sclerosis based on patient-reported questionnaires. [Review]
  • MSMult Scler Relat Disord 2018 Aug 08; 25:227-231
  • Alali D, Ballard K, Bogaardt H
  • CONCLUSIONS: Adults with MS-related dysphagia had reduced scores across all domains of swallowing-related quality of life. These findings support referral to speech-language pathologists for management of dysphagia from the early stages of the disease. Further work is required to determine whether early intervention for dysphagia can sustain or improve swallowing function as well as swallowing-related quality of life domains further into the disease course.
  • Ten Questions About Barium Esophagography and Dysphagia. [Review]
  • GCGastroenterol Clin North Am 2018; 47(3):449-473
  • Levine MS
  • The barium esophagogram is a global test for patients with dysphagia that can simultaneously detect morphologic abnormalities in the pharynx and esophagus, pharyngeal swallowing dysfunction, esophage...
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