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Tension pneumocephalus: an extremely small defect leading to an extremely serious problem
Background: Pneumocephalus is a pathology characterized by air influx into the intracranial region. It may occur after head trauma and rarely after endoscopic sinus surgery. As the amount of air increases, this can cause ...
Intratympanic aberrant and hypoplastic carotid artery
Intratympanically aberrant internal carotid artery(ICA) is a rarely seen vascular abnormality. We present here the combination of aberration and prominent hypoplasia of the (CA in a case. Intratympanic aberrant ICA, which ...
Percutaneous Adjustable Closed Otoplasty for Prominent Ear Deformity
Objective: The aim of this study is to follow longitudinally the prominent ears treated by percutaneous adjustable closed otoplasty (PACO) and evaluate this procedure in terms of technical efficiency, recurrence, complications, ...
Comparison of Chondrocytes Produced from Adipose Tissue-Derived Stem Cells and Cartilage Tissue
Objective: Spontaneous cartilage regeneration is poor after a cartilage defect occurs by trauma, surgical, and other reasons. Importance of producing chondrocytes from stem cells and using tissues to repair a defect is ...
Medical ozone therapy for the inner ear acoustic trauma
Objectives: The goal of the study was to look at the potential protective effect of ozone therapy by studying its antioxidant and vasodilatation effects against hearing loss caused by acoustic trauma.