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  • Endoscopic removal of ectopic sinonasal teeth: a systematic review. [Review]
  • JOJ Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2019 Jul 05; 48(1):30
  • Levin M, Sommer DD
  • CONCLUSIONS: This systematic review analyzed important epidemiological, clinical and technical information regarding patients with endoscopic removal of sinonasal ectopic teeth. Further research is needed to promote implementation of such data into clinical practice.
  • Suture Repair in Endoscopic Surgery for Craniovertebral Junction. [Journal Article]
  • NNeurospine 2019; 16(2):257-266
  • Yeh MY, Huang WC, … Cheng H
  • CONCLUSIONS: In this series of 22 patients who required anterior endoscopic resection of pathologies at the CVJ, there was 1 (4.5%) serious complication related to CSF leakage. For patients who had no durotomy, the mucosal incision at the nasopharynx usually healed rapidly and there were few procedure-related complications. For patients with intraoperative CSF leakage, suture closure was technically challenging but could significantly lower the risks of postoperative complications.
  • Unusual Nasal Insufficiency in an Infant: What's Behind the Nostril? [Journal Article]
  • AOAnn Otol Rhinol Laryngol 2019 Jun 16; :3489419856907
  • Alzate Amaya F, Invencio da Costa LF, … Alvarez Rodriguez R
  • CONCLUSIONS: Even though there are very few cases in scientific literature of a tumor with these characteristics in infants, IMT must be present as a differential diagnosis of intranasal masses. The role of the pathologist is essential to reach the definitive diagnosis and the performance of an early surgical treatment decreases aesthetic consequences in this pathology.
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