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  • [Dehiscence syndromes : Diagnosis and treatment]. [Clinical Trial]
  • HNOHNO 2016; 64(11):790-796
  • Ernst A, Todt I, Wagner J
  • CONCLUSIONS: The more severe the vestibular symptoms, the better the outcome of surgical therapy. Auditory symptoms (nonspecific aural fullness, hyperacusis) do not generally respond well to surgical therapy. Cochlear implants have an additional beneficial effect; comorbidities should be considered as (relative) contraindications.
  • Insulinoma--a deceptive endocrine tumour. [Case Reports]
  • JPJ Pak Med Assoc 2011; 61(9):911-4
  • Rehman A
  • Insulinoma is a deceptive endocrine tumour that can easily mislead even an astute clinician because of its bizarre and nonspecific symptom complex. A 45 year old woman presented with altered behaviou...
  • Small (< 10-mm) incidentally found intracranial aneurysms, Part 1: reasons for detection, demographics, location, and risk factors in 212 consecutive patients. [Journal Article]
  • NFNeurosurg Focus 2011; 31(6):E3
  • Loumiotis I, Wagenbach A, … Lanzino G
  • CONCLUSIONS: Small incidental UIAs are more commonly diagnosed in elderly individuals during imaging performed to investigate ill-defined spells or focal cerebrovascular ischemic symptoms, or during the evaluation of known or probable unrelated intracranial/neck pathology. Hypertension, smoking, and family history of aneurysms are common in this patient population, and the presence of these risk factors has important implications for treatment recommendations. Although paraclinoid aneurysms (excluding intracavernous aneurysms) are uncommon in patients with ruptured intracranial aneurysms, this location is very common in patients with small incidental UIAs.
  • Epilepsy: a costly misdiagnosis. [Case Reports]
  • CEClin Electroencephalogr 1997; 28(4):225-8
  • Nowack WJ
  • Nonepileptic events misdiagnosed as manifestations of epilepsy are a significant problem. Five representative cases suggest that a diagnosis of epilepsy should be based on a careful history and analy...
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