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  1. Acute parotitis is a rare disease in the neonatal period. Risks implicated in its pathogenesis are prematurity and dehydration. Staphylococcus aureus is the most common bacterial agent causing this condition. ...

    Authors: Liliana Costa, Laurentino M. Leal, Fernando Vales and Margarida Santos

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2016 32:32030236

    Content type: Case Report

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  2. Synovial sarcomas are rare soft tissue sarcomas that typically seen in the periarticular region and predominantly located in the extremities. It most commonly affects young adults of the second to fourth decad...

    Authors: Alper Dilci, Mehmet Duzlu, Metin Yilmaz, Ibrahim Onur Ozen and Faruk Guclu Pinarli

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2016 32:32030232

    Content type: Case Report

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  3. Empty nose syndrome (ENS) is an iatrogenic disorder most often recognized by the presence of paradoxical nasal obstruction despite an objectively wide patent nasal cavity. It occurs after inferior and/or middl...

    Authors: Magdy Eisa Saafan, Hassan Moustafa Hegazy and Osama A. Albirmawy

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2016 32:32030119

    Content type: Review Article

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  4. Warthin’s tumour (WT), also known as the adenolymphoma, is the second common benign neoplasm that mostly occurs in the parotid gland. Malignant transformation of the epithelial or lymphoid component of the WT ...

    Authors: Arsheed H. Hakeem, Imtiyaz H. Hakeem and Fozia J. Wani

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2016 32:32020113

    Content type: Case report

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  5. Bilateral vestibulopathy or BVH is a disorder of both labyrinths and/or vestibular nerves which have various etiologies. BVH is most often a chronic condition in which patients can suffer from blurred vision (...

    Authors: Mohamed Fawzy and Ahmed Khater

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2016 32:32020083

    Content type: Review article

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  6. Congenital agenesis of the submandibular gland with compensatory hypertrophy of the contralateral gland is an extremely rare disorder and only few cases are reported in the literature. To our knowledge the rep...

    Authors: Janani Moorthy, Subramanian Ilanchezhian, Rajoo Ramachandran and Periasamy V. Prithiviraj

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2016 32:32010079

    Content type: Case Report

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  7. Oral field cancerization though not a new concept, has time and again, proven to be a challenge to the clinician, in terms of diagnosis and management. Prolonged exposure of the aerodigestive tract to carcinog...

    Authors: Ramanathan Chandrasekharan, Zoremsangi Ralte, Roshna R. Paul and George A. Mathew

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2016 32:32010075

    Content type: Case Report

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  8. Programming of multichannel cochlear implants (CIs) requires subjective responses to a series of sophisticated psychophysical percepts. It is often difficult for young prelinguistically deaf children to provid...

    Authors: Samir Asal, Ossama A. Sobhy and Mohammed Nooman

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2016 32:32010049

    Content type: Original Article

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  9. Alopecia areata (AA) is a common disease of the hair follicle characterized by the appearance of patchy areas of hair loss leaving a smooth and nonscarred scalp. AA is a T-cell-mediated autoimmune disease with...

    Authors: Maha Adel Shaheen, Mary Matta, Tayseer Taha Abdel Rahman and Nancy Refaat

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2015 31:31040267

    Content type: Audiological abnormalities in alopecia areata

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  10. Eagle syndrome is a symptom complex of recurrent throat pain, dysphagia, foreign body sensation, otalgia or orofacial pain resulting from elongated styloid process or mineralization of stylohyoid ligament. Elo...

    Authors: Nisar A. Wani, Parveen Lone, Tufela Shafi and Majid Jehangir

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2015 31:31040264

    Content type: Case report

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  11. In the article entitled, “Endoscopic approaches to the sphenoid: How I do it?” published in pages 284–289, issue 4, vol. 29 of “The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology[1], the reference of the figure number 1 was...

    Authors: Tamer A. Youssef

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2015 31:31030207

    Content type: Erratum

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    The original article was published in The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2014 29:29040284

  12. Foreign body ingestion is commonly encountered in infants and young children. Button batteries represent a special category of pediatric ingested foreign bodies because of the serious possibility of complicati...

    Authors: Savita Lasrado, Kuldeep Moras, George J. O. Pinto, Anita Aramani and Ayshwarya Vijayan

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2015 31:31030204

    Content type: Case report

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  13. This case reports a stone in the trachea of a patient with tracheostomy. The presence of stone in the airway is uncommon condition. Broncholithiasis is characterized by formation of the stone due to erosion of...

    Authors: Hussain Albaharna and Aqeel Ahmad

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2015 31:31030202

    Content type: Case report

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  14. This is a clinical case study of 105 children; 35 children demonstrated ‘semantic-pragmatic’ type of specific language impairment, 35 children presented with delayed language development due to mental retardat...

    Authors: Sally T. Kheir El-Din and Yossra Sallam

    Citation: The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 2015 31:31030176

    Content type: Original article

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