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  • Dilemmas in Current Management of Complicated Chronic Otitis Media. [Journal Article]
    Indian J Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2019; 71(2):155-160Kirti YK, Yashveer JK
  • To evaluate the distribution of complications of chronic otitis media, dilemma of how soon to operate a seriously ill patient with CSOM and treatment outcomes. A retrospective study was done in a tertiary care centre. Clinical data from 2013 to 2015 was compiled, surgical management with outcome was analysed. A total of 425 patients with chronic otitis media were evaluated. Single/multiple compli…
  • Labyrinthine Fistulae in Squamosal Type of Chronic Otitis Media: Therapeutic Outcome. [Journal Article]
    Iran J Otorhinolaryngol 2019; 31(104):167-172Misale P, Lepcha A, … Manusrut M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Patients with LF may not have complaints of vertigo and a positive fistula sign upon admission. Pre-operative imaging facilitates the diagnosis of this condition. The removal of the matrix under constant irrigation, followed by repair with bone wax and/or autologous tissue, is sufficient to preserve the cochlear and vestibular symptoms postoperatively.
  • Impacted Incus Foreign Body in the Eustachian Tube. [Case Reports]
    Iran J Otorhinolaryngol 2019; 31(103):123-126Parelkar K, Shere D, … Rao K
  • CONCLUSIONS: We have reported this case not only for its rarity but also to make readers aware of such incidental findings which can be found only by imaging, and to suggest how they can be tackled with current equipment and technology.
  • Morphological evolution and modularity of the caecilian skull. [Journal Article]
    BMC Evol Biol 2019; 19(1):30Bardua C, Wilkinson M, … Goswami A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our high-dimensional approach robustly characterises caecilian cranial evolution and demonstrates that caecilian crania are highly modular and that cranial modules are shaped by differential phylogenetic, allometric, and ecological effects. More broadly, and in contrast to recent studies, this work suggests that there is no simple relationship between integration and evolutionary rate or disparity.
  • New Paratethyan dwarf baleen whales mark the origin of cetotheres. [Journal Article]
    PeerJ 2018; 6:e5800Gol'din P
  • Family Cetotheriidae sensu stricto and several closely related taxa comprise the Cetotherioidea and represent a lineage of Neogene baleen whales that includes the smallest edentulous baleen whales in Earth history. Most of known cetotheriids came from the Late Miocene to Quaternary, and the earliest records from the latest Middle Miocene. The Paratethys region shows a great diversity of Middle to…
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