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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 ...
Thermal effects of cold light sources used in otologic surgery
The objective of this study was to investigate the thermal effects of cold light sources and endoscopes on the inner ear. 25 male guinea pigs were assigned equally to five groups (1: Halogen-1 min, 2: Halogen-5 min, 3: ...
DNA damage and oxidative status in PFAPA syndrome
Objective: PFAPA syndrome is a clinical entity of unknown etiology which presents with periodic episodes of fever, aphthous stomatitis, tonsillitis or pharyngitis, and cervical adenitis. In this study we investigated DNA ...
Reduced olfactory bulb volume in total laryngectomy patients: a magnetic resonance imaging study
Objectives: The olfactory bulb (OB) is a remarkably plastic structure with highly active afferent neurons, which is partly reflected by its volume. Although deterioration of olfaction after total laryngectomy is reported ...
Schwannoma of the Servical Vagus with Intrathoracic Extension
Schwannomas are the rare benign tumors of the neck. Patients developing from the brachial plexus and cervical truncus and extending to the posterior mediastinum have been reported, but for the first time the following case ...
Protective effect of trimetazidine on amikacin-induced ototoxicity in rats
Objective: Aminoglycoside antibiotics are known to have ototoxic effects and may induce sensorineural hearing loss. This study investigated the protective effect of trimetazidine, which has antioxidant and cytoprotective ...