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1,222 results
  • Vertigo caused by longus colli tendonitis: A case report and literature review. [Journal Article]
  • MMedicine (Baltimore) 2018; 97(45):e13130
  • Shen Y, Zhou Q, … Li S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Longus colli tendinitis with vertigo is an under-reported condition in the literature and physicians should be aware of its existence. A lack of familiarity with the anatomy of the prevertebral space and its variable radiographic appearance makes the diagnosis of longus colli tendinitis clinically difficult. Misdiagnosis of this condition may lead to unnecessary interventions in vertigo.
  • Esophageal foreign bodies in adults: systematic review of the literature. [Journal Article]
  • SJScand J Gastroenterol 2018 Nov 05; :1-8
  • Aiolfi A, Ferrari D, … Bonavina L
  • CONCLUSIONS: Surgery is the upfront treatment in patients with esophageal perforation or endoscopically irretrievable esophageal FB. A minimally invasive approach can be adopted in selected patients. Effective prevention of FB impaction should focus on accurate diagnostic work-up to search for an underlying motility disorder after a first episode of esophageal impaction, even if transient and self-resolving.
  • Excision of rare carotid body tumour without preembolisation: Case report and literature review. [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Surg Case Rep 2018 Oct 25; 53:99-101
  • Shahi S, Upadhyay AR, … Paudel DR
  • CONCLUSIONS: Carotid body tumours are rare entities of head and neck region. They are mostly benign in nature. Though mostly bening, increasing size might result in grave complications. Thus, the recommended treatment for carotid body tumors is early excision with or without pre-embolisation. In our case preembolisation was not performed. Though some studies have suggested the use of preoperative embolisation in large sized tumors, more studies are yet required to justify the choice of preembolisation despite the dreaded complications.
  • Oesophageal ulcer due to a herbal remedy. [Journal Article]
  • AAAge Ageing 2018 Oct 29
  • Naous J, Saab BR, Abou Hamdan T
  • Herbal-induced oesophageal lesions are rare. We report the case of an 85-year-old male who presented with cough and odynophagia. An upper endoscopy showed white deposit under the proximal oesophageal...
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