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Does systemic steroid deficiency affect inner ear functions?
Purpose: Today corticosteroids are employed for the treatment of various inner ear disorders. In this study we have investigated probable changes in hearing functions resulting from a deficiency of systemic steroid secretions.
Cartilage-Sparing Techniques Versus Percutaneous Adjustable Closed Otoplasty for Prominent Ear Deformity
Objective: The goal of this study is to follow longitudinally the prominent ears treated by either cartilage-sparing techniques (CSTs) or percutaneous adjustable closed otoplasty (PACO) and compare them as to efficacy, ...
Histopathological evaluation of Ankaferd blood stopper use in the rabbit septoplasty model
Objective: The purpose of this study was to assess the use of Ankaferd blood stopper (ABS), an organic hemostatic agent of plant origin, in septoplasty operations, and to determine its effect on nasal septal tissues in the ...
Photographic Objective Alterations for Laryngopharyngeal Reflux Diagnosis
Objective. Diagnosis of laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR) in clinical practice is generally made subjectively based on history, symptoms, and endoscopic assessment. This study presents the diagnostic role of the digital ...
Asymmetrically Pressing Nasal Splint for Crooked Nose Deformity
Objectives: Correcting crooked nose deformity is one of the most difficult procedure in rhinoplastic surgery. For that reason, the authors have been designed an asymmetrically pressing nasal splint. In this prospective ...
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 ...
Evaluation of nasal mucociliary transport rate according to nasal septum deviation type
BackgroundNasal septum deviation (NSD) may affect mucociliary activity (MCA) to varying degrees, depending upon the severity of the deviation. We used rhinoscintigraphy to determine the impact of the various NSD types on MCA.
Objective and subjective evaluation of operation success in patients with nasal septal deviation based on septum type
Background: The present study was performed to compare postoperative success and patient satisfaction among patients with septum deviation according to deviation type.
Effects of azelastine nasal spray on nasal and nasopharyngeal microflora
Objective: Azelastine nasal spray is a topical antihistaminic drug for the symptomatic treatment of allergic rhinitis. This study aimed to investigate the effects of azelastine on nasal and nasopharyngeal microflora.