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  • Pain-free and pain-controlled survival after sectioning the nervus intermedius in nervus intermedius neuralgia: a single-institution review. [Journal Article]
  • JNJ Neurosurg 2018 Aug 17; :1-8
  • Holste KG, Hardaway FA, … Burchiel KJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: In this retrospective review, sectioning of the NI produced no major complications, such as permanent facial weakness or deafness, and was effective for patients when performed in addition to other procedures. After sectioning of the NI, patients experienced 4.8 years pain free and experienced 6.2 years of less pain than before surgery. Alone, sectioning of the NI was not effective. The pathophysiology of NIN is not entirely understood. It appears that neurovascular compression plays only a minor role in the syndrome and there is a high degree of overlap with TN.
  • The Impact of Vitamin D Deficiency on Retinopathy and Hearing Loss among Type 2 Diabetic Patients. [Journal Article]
  • BRBiomed Res Int 2018; 2018:2714590
  • Bener A, Eliaçık M, … Abdul-Ghani M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Vitamin D deficiency is considered as a risk factor for diabetic retinopathy and hearing loss among diabetic patients. Meanwhile, hyperglycemia could be considered as a modifiable risk factor for diabetic retinopathy; tight glycemic control may be the most effective and important therapy for improving quality of life and substantially reducing the incidence of retinopathy and in T2DM patients.
  • Characterization of vertigo and hearing loss in patients with Fabry disease. [Journal Article]
  • OJOrphanet J Rare Dis 2018 Aug 15; 13(1):137
  • Köping M, Shehata-Dieler W, … Schraven SP
  • CONCLUSIONS: Hearing loss and vertigo show a high prevalence in FD. While hearing loss seems due to a cochlear lesion, peripheral vestibular as well as central nervous pathologies cause vertigo. Thus, both the site of lesion and the pathophysiological patterns seem to differ.
  • Canadians vulnerable to workplace noise. [Journal Article]
  • HRHealth Rep 2018 Aug 15; 29(8):9-17
  • Ramage-Morin PL, Gosselin M
  • CONCLUSIONS: A large percentage of workers exposed to noisy workplaces were vulnerable because hearing protection was neither required nor routinely used. Further work is required to assess whether this reflects gaps in health and safety legislation or its implementation.
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