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  • Unilateral Vocal Fold Immobility in Children. [Review]
  • OCOtolaryngol Clin North Am 2019; 52(4):681-692
  • Graham ME, Smith ME
  • Unilateral vocal fold paralysis (UVFP) in children may cause dysfunction in voice, swallowing, and breathing, thus influencing all components of laryngeal function. UVFP in children is usually the re…
  • StatPearls: Flexible Nasopharyngoscopy [BOOK]
  • BOOKStatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL)
  • Alvi Sirhan S Aintree University Hospital Lasrado Savita S Father Muller Medical College, Mangalore, India
  • Flexible nasopharyngoscopy (also called fiberoptic nasendoscopy/flexible nasolaryngoscopy/flexible fiberoptic nasopharyngolaryngoscopy) is an essential skill for any otorhinolaryngologist (ENT surgeo…
  • Reversible conductive hearing impediments among patients with severe brain injury. [Journal Article]
  • DRDisabil Rehabil 2019 Apr 05; :1-4
  • Cinamon U, Albukrek D, … Marom T
  • CONCLUSIONS: Many patients with severe brain injury have reversible and treatable impairments that cause potential conductive hearing loss. Routine otoscopic examination and treatment if required, that is, removal of impacted cerumen or middle ear drainage, have rehabilitating and general health benefits. Implications for rehabilitation Auditory stimulation was suggested for rehabilitation in patients with severe traumatic brain injury. Many patients have cerumen and/or otitis media with effusion causing conductive hearing impairment as well as general health issues. Both aural impediments are diagnosed by routine otoscopy, are easily treated, and may affect rehabilitation.
  • Voice and swallowing dysfunction in X-linked dystonia parkinsonism. [Journal Article]
  • LLaryngoscope 2019 Mar 19
  • Song PC, Le H, … Go CL
  • CONCLUSIONS: Swallowing and voice impairment in XDP is not well characterized and presents a more distinctive phenomenology than other neurological disorders, with a unique set of challenges for treatment. This is the first study to systematically evaluate laryngeal and pharyngeal dysfunction in XDP patients and correlate with QOL measures.
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