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  1. Hearing impairment ranks third on the list of chronic health conditions of the elderly, after arthritis and hypertension. As average lifespans increase, it is likely that the proportion of people with hearing ...

    Authors: N. Ismail, A. Shalaby, R Behairy, H. Khodary and M. Ashraf

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2020 36:4

    Content type: Original Article

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  2. The aim of this study was to determine whether different concentrations of intratympanic (IT) injection of dexamethasone at a dose of 4 and 10 mg/mL have an effect on hearing outcomes in patients with idiopath...

    Authors: Yasser Shewel and Samir I. Asal

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2020 36:3

    Content type: Original Article

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  3. Recurrence of nasopharyngeal carcinoma (NPC) is still a worrying issue despite the advent and advancement of treatment strategies. Presentation of recurrent NPC is different from primary NPC and indicates poor...

    Authors: Liew Yew Toong, Lott Pooi Wah, Adzreil Bakri and Narayanan Prepageran

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:3504375

    Content type: Case report

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  4. Necrotizing fasciitis is a sever and potentially fatal soft tissue infection, but its presentation in head and neck region is rare. Few reported cases of cervical necrotizing fasciitis secondary to tonsil infe...

    Authors: Jyan M. Bhati, Abdulmonem M. Al-Shwareb, Shahd M. AlKhunaizi and Zeinab A. AlQudehy

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:3504370

    Content type: Case report

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  5. Dermoid cysts (DCs) are uncommon masses of the head and neck region, and they account for only 7% of all such cysts. They usually arise in the orbit, the floor of the mouth, and nasal regions, and they are rar...

    Authors: Fatih Arslan and Hamdi Tasli

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:3504367

    Content type: Case report

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  6. Melioidosis is a community-acquired infectious disease that is caused by the Gram-negative bacillus, Burkholderia pseudomallei. It is endemic in Southeast Asia countries, and its clinical spectrum is broad, often...

    Authors: Lorna Ting Kn, Loong Siow Ping, Ahmad Nordin, Ong Cheng Ai and Halimuddin Sawali

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:3504364

    Content type: Case report

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  7. Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) in the thyroid is extremely unusual, contributing to less than 1% of all primary thyroid carcinomas. It may be primary SCC of thyroid gland or secondary spread to the gland, owing...

    Authors: Deviprasad Dosemane, Meera Niranjan Khadilkar and Rigzing Chophel Dadul

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:3504361

    Content type: Case report

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  8. Conventional curettage adenoidectomy is a blind procedure, which performed in a confined postnasal space produces surgical challenges. The aim was to examine the completeness of conventional adenoidectomy and ...

    Authors: Milind M. Navalakhe and Dilesh A. Mogre

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:3504357

    Content type: Original article

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  9. Caudal end septal deformities are common deformities. Trauma is a main cause of these deformities. there is lack of an algorithm for choosing the suitable technique for the type of deformity. The aim of this r...

    Authors: Ahmed Younes, Rasha El-Dsowkey, Sameh M. Ragab, Hosam E. Romaih and Mohamed N. Elsheikh

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:3504352

    Content type: Case Report

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  10. Congenital tracheoesophageal fistula (TOF) is a rare anomaly. With the development of endoscopic techniques, the diagnosis of TOF has made marked progress. It requires surgical repair in infancy by either open...

    Authors: Azliana Aziz, Norhafiza M. Lazim, Hazama Mohamad, Irfan Mohamad and Mohd R. Abdul Samad

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:35030334

    Content type: Case report

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  11. Laryngocele is defined as abnormal dilatation of the saccule of the laryngeal ventricle in connection with the lumen of the larynx. The exact etiology of this herniation is unknown and unclear. We present acas...

    Authors: Mohamed Zahran, Ahmed Youssef, Ahmed Abdo and Khaled Almulla

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:35030332

    Content type: Case Report

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  12. Click auditory brainstem response (ABR), is abrupt and rapid onset, have broad spectrum nonfrequency-specific response. ABR needs good neural synchrony, the greater number of neurons that fire results in a lar...

    Authors: Abu-Mossa Hoda, Enass Sayed and Sanaa Mahran

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:35030322

    Content type: Original article

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  13. Hypertension is a leading cause of mortality and morbidity worldwide. Hypertensives have been observed to have elevated hearing thresholds in various studies.

    Authors: Stephen S. Yikawe, Samuel U. Uguru, Joseph H. Solomon, Andrew M. Adamu, Frederick Damtong, Kingsley Osisi and Foluso M. Adeyeye

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:35030307

    Content type: Original article

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  14. In this report, we summarize our clinical experience with intratympanic (IT) dexamethasone treatment for control of idiopathic unilateral tinnitus when used as an adjunct treatment with Tricyclic antidepressan...

    Authors: Tamer A. Abo El Ezz, Fathy N. Fattoh and Tahany Rabie

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:35030300

    Content type: Original article

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  15. Otitis media with effusion (OME) is defined as the presence of fluid in the middle ear without signs or symptoms of acute infection. The condition is common and affects ~90% of children before school age, who ...

    Authors: Sayed M. S. Kadah, Tawfik A. E. Elkholy and Hebatullah K. E. Tammam

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:35030288

    Content type: Original article

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  16. The aim of the present study was to assess the preoperative predictability of multi-slice computed tomography for round window membrane (RWM) visibility and accessibility through round window niche (RWN) intra...

    Authors: Ahmed Galal, Omneya G. Eldin, Fatthi Baki and Mario Sanna

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:35030278

    Content type: Original article

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  17. To assess the role of various anatomical variation of the nose in the pathogenesis of contact point rhinogenic headache of noninfective or organic cause and to evaluate the role of endoscopic surgery with remo...

    Authors: Sayed M. S. Kadah, Sayed M. Mokhemar, Tawfik A. E. Alkholy and Taghreed M. M. Salem

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:35030256

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  18. a meta-analysis to evaluate the steroid-releasing sinus implants in chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) patients after functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS) in order to assess its efficacy.

    Authors: Michael M. Stefan, Nabil A. Rabie, Tamer S. Sobhy and Ahmed M. Maarouf

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:35030250

    Content type: Original article

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  19. Nasal polyposis is a chronic inflammatory disease of the nasal mucosa. The pathogenesis of nasal polyps is still not entirely known. This makes definitive treatment very challenging. The aim of our study is to...

    Authors: Agila Al-Barasi

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:35030246

    Content type: Original article

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  20. One of the most common inflammatory mass lesions of the nose are nasal polyps, which affect up to 4% of the population. Endoscopic surgery under local anesthesia may allow for a day-care surgical procedure for...

    Authors: Nabil G. Zeid, Ehab A. Zaid, Ahmed Kamel, Ahmed M. El Batawi, Mahmoud A. Abu Hassan and Kahled Azooz

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:35030241

    Content type: Original article

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  21. In the article titled “Oropharyngeal dysphagia profile in early versus late stage dementia”, published on pages 103–109, Volume 35, Issue 1 of The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology[1], the name of the third auth...

    Authors: Ayatallah Raouf Sheikhany, Aisha Fawzy Abdel Hady and sheikhany Farag

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:3502240

    Content type: Erratum

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    The original article was published in The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:Art17

  22. In the article titled “The impact of high intensity versus low intensity behavioral therapy in establishment of functional routines in Egyptian autistic children”, published on pages 115–121, Volume 35, Issue ...

    Authors: Yehia A. Aboras, Rania M. Abdou and Heba E. Gaber

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:3502239

    Content type: Erratum

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    The original article was published in The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:Art19

  23. The human neonate is an obligate nasal breather for a variable period of time after birth. Congenital nasal airway anomalies are potentially dangerous if they are not immediately recognized at birth and if app...

    Authors: Samy El-Wany, Diaa M. El-Hennawi, Mohamed R. Ahmed, Ashraf S. Abou-Halawa, Yasser T. Madian and Ibrahim H. Ibrahim

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:3502234

    Content type: Case report

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  24. We present a rare case of unicentric Castleman disease (CD) in the paediatric neck. A 12-year-old Caucasian girl was referred to us due to a slowly enlarging, painless right-sided neck mass. Our thorough inves...

    Authors: Simon P. Leckenby, Nicholas Dawe, Mario Abinun and Steven M. Powell

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:3502230

    Content type: Case report

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  25. Tracheobronchial foreign bodies in preterm neonates are extremely rare. They are usually iatrogenic and associated with dislodgement of medical devices. The narrow airways of neonates pose a challenge in remov...

    Authors: Jasmine P. Y. Kho, Ann Cheng Wong, Shu Ching Teo and Ing Ping Tang

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:3502227

    Content type: Case report

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  26. Few nasal cavernous haemangiomas have been previously reported, only nasopharyngeal cavernous hemangiomas have been reported; both arise from the lateral wall of the nasopharynx. We reported the case of a 27-y...

    Authors: Mohammad W. El-Anwar, Ismail Elnashar and Ezzeddin Elsheikh

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:3502222

    Content type: Case report

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  27. Foreign bodies (FBs) in the airway continue to be a diagnostic and therapeutic challenge. In the present study, we present our experience in the evaluation and management of children with suspected FB aspiration.

    Authors: Mohamed Zahran and Ahmed Youssef

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:3502213

    Content type: Original article

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  28. Hearing loss is considered one of the most prevalent global health concerns. In Egypt, the accurate estimation of hearing loss among children is difficult to be determined owing to the absence of a national he...

    Authors: Reem Elbeltagy, Huny M. Bakry and Eman H. Waly

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:3502207

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  29. The aim of this study was to gain insight into early vocabulary size in Egyptian children aged between 12 and 30 months and to study the children’s lexicon composition at that young age while studying some dem...

    Authors: Aisha F. Abdel Hady, Heba M. Farag and Ayatallah R. Sheikhany

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:3502195

    Content type: Original article

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  30. Dysphonia is a disorder characterized by change in voice quality, pitch, loudness, or vocal effort that impairs communication or reduces voice-related quality of life. Childhood dysphonia has several adverse e...

    Authors: Riham M. Elmaghraby, Yehia A. A. Ras and Maha M. Elkaraksy

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:3502189

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  31. Voice disorders that impair normal social communication may cause subsequent emotional distress and are significantly associated with greater risk of anxiety and depression. The occurrence of vocal symptoms an...

    Authors: Ayatallah Sheikhany, Ahmed Atef, Osama Refaat and Ahmad Al Ali

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:3502182

    Content type: Original article

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  32. Tonsillectomy is one of the most commonly performed surgeries in ENT practice. Despite improvements in anesthetic and surgical techniques, post-tonsillectomy morbidities continue to be a significant clinical c...

    Authors: Ahmed El Daly, Moustafa Abd El Naby and Pola Emad

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:3502173

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  33. There are still many questions about the pathogenesis of chronic suppurative otitis media (CSOM) and consequently about the optimal management medical or surgical interventions. Many otolaryngologists continue...

    Authors: Sayed Mohammed Said Kadah, Sayed Mohammed Mokhemar, Hoda. Ali Ibrahim and Hanem Elsayed Ibrahim

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:3502168

    Content type: Original article

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  34. Chronic sinusitis is one of the most prevalent chronic illnesses affecting persons of all age groups. It is an inflammatory process that involves the paranasal sinuses and persists for 12 weeks or longer.

    Authors: Yasser F. El-Beltagy, Alaa F. Ghita, Ossama M. Mady and Ahmed M. Ibrahim

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:3502155

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  35. With the aging of population, the incidence of geriatric problems is increasing. However, the diagnosis and treatment of geriatric problems are usually ignored. This study investigated the efficacy of suppleme...

    Authors: Esin Yalcinkaya, Hasmet Yazici, Hakan Kayir, Fatih K. Soy and Hesham Negm

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:3502135

    Content type: Original article

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  36. In the article titled “Comparison between pitch discrimination in normal children, children with hearing aids, and children with cochlear implant”, published on pages 332–336, Issue 4, Volume 34 of Journal - T...

    Authors: Rania E. Ahmed

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:3501133

    Content type: Erratum

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    The original article was published in The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 34:Art19

  37. Isolated mucocele is very rare in sphenoid sinus. It presents with varied symptoms in the form of vision loss, proptosis, and headache. We report a case of isolated sphenoidal mucocele that presented with visi...

    Authors: Natarajan Ramalingam, Sivaraman Ganesan, Sithananda K. Venkatesan and Sunil K. Saxena

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:3501122

    Content type: Case report

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  38. CE-Chirp is a new broadband stimulus that permits the energy from the stimulus to reach the whole regions of the cochlea at approximately the same time.

    Authors: Moustafa El Kousht, Mohamed S. El Minawy, Tarek M. El Dessouky, Rabab A. Koura and Mona Essam

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2019 35:3501056

    Content type: Original article

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