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Long-term follow-up after surgical management of laryngeal malignant pleomorphic sarcoma ‒ a case report
Giorgio Bandiera, Edoardo Covelli, Haitham H. Elfarargy, Evelina Rogges, Maurizio Barbara, Luigi Sabino, Chiara Filippi

  • We demonstrated the management of laryngeal pleomorphic sarcoma and the follow-up results.

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Uncorrected Proof. Available online 21 May 2023
Visual-perceptive assessment of glottic characteristics of vocal nodules by means of high-speed videoendoscopy
Gustavo Polacow Kornsur, Ana Cristina Côrtes Gama, Ualisson Nogueira do Nascimento

  • Vocal nodules present mid-posterior triangular chink.

  • Vocal nodules present irregular free edge contour.

  • In vocal nodules glottal cycle is symmetric and periodic.

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Uncorrected Proof. Available online 19 May 2023
Comparison of clinical characteristics and vestibular function test results in patients with vestibular migraine and Menière’s disease
Yuexia Wu, Xia Ling, Ning Song, Shuangmei Yan, Wenting Wang, Xu Yang, Ping Gu

  • Spontaneous internal vertigo was experienced by most VM patients.

  • Most VM patients have high SPV of caloric-induced nystagmus and CT intolerance.

  • Spontaneous external vertigo was experienced by most MD patients.

  • MD patients mostly have severe vestibular symptoms and autonomic responses.

  • Most MD patients show abnormal CT and normal vHIT, with the presence of saccades.

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Uncorrected Proof. Available online 17 May 2023
Hearing recovery prediction and prognostic factors of idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing loss: a retrospective analysis with a deep neural network model
Tae Woong Uhm, Seongbaek Yi, Sung Won Choi, Se Joon Oh, Soo Keun Kong, Il Woo Lee, Hyun Min Lee

  • Various machine learning methods used to predict hearing recovery in ISSHL patients.

  • The deep neural network method showed the highest predictive performance.

  • Initial and early post-treatment hearing levels were significant prognostic factors.

  • Machine learning may help predict ISSHL prognosis, as shown in the study.

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Uncorrected Proof. Available online 24 April 2023
Efficacy of different oral H1 antihistamine treatments on allergic rhinitis: a systematic review and network meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials
Dongdong Hong, Juanling Weng, Meiting Ye, Yuanxian Liu

  • Rupatadine is the most effective for allergic rhinitis among various oral H1 antihistamines.

  • Rupatadine 20 mg is more effective for allergic rhinitis than rupatadine 10 mg.

  • Loratadine 10 mg has inferior efficacy for allergic rhinitis to the other oral H1 antihistamines.

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Uncorrected Proof. Available online 8 April 2023
Recipient vessels for free flaps in advanced facial oncologic defects
Bruno Albuquerque Sousa, Fernando Luiz Dias, Marcus A. Acioly de Sousa, Marco Antônio Pinto, Jéssica Marquet Silva, Cláudio Roberto Cernea

  • Advanced oncologic defects of midface and scalp are challenging for reconstruction.

  • Free flaps in the midface and scalp region are the gold standard for advanced cases.

  • No consensus in the literature on the best recipient vessels for microanastomosis.

  • Superficial temporal and cervical vessels are reliable options for microanastomosis.

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Uncorrected Proof. Available online 8 April 2023
Efficacy of OK-432 sclerotherapy for different types of lymphangiomas: a review and meta-analysis
Jiali Sun, Changfeng Wang, Changhua Wu, Lei Guo

  • OK-432 sclerotherapy for macrocystic lymphangiomas was more effective.

  • This meta-analysis to verify whether the efficacy of OK-432 was related to classification for the first time.

  • OK-432 should be used to therapy LMs with a lesion diameter greater than 1 cm.

  • The classification basis is very important to the effect of sclerotherapy treatment.

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Uncorrected Proof. Available online 2 April 2023
Imaging nodal volume and survival in oral tongue cancer with cervical lymph node metastasis
Rattawut Wiengnon, Chakkapong Chakkabat, Napadon Tangjaturonrasme, Worawat Rawangban

  • In General, TNM staging which primary tumor and nodal volume is not included, been used to predict the prognosis of oral cavity cancer.

  • Recent studies, primary tumor volume has increasing evidence for predict prognosis.

  • We studied the role of nodal volume in oral tongue cancer for the survival outcomes.

  • The result showed that nodal volume of ≥3.95 cm3 was a poor prognostic factor for distant metastasis.

  • Nodal volume may use in adjunct with TNM staging to predict disease prognosis in oral tongue cancer.

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Uncorrected Proof. Available online 23 March 2023
Thyroid metastasis from cervical carcinoma
Shuto Hayashi, Takumi Kumai, Tomohiko Michizuka, Takashi Osaki

  • We experienced a rare case of thyroid metastasis from cervical cancer.

  • The p16 staining was helpful to diagnose metastatic cervical cancer.

  • Palliative Surgical resection is useful to secure the airway and digestive tract.

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Uncorrected Proof. Available online 23 March 2023
Effectiveness of acupuncture in individuals with tinnitus: randomized controlled trial
Marcelo Yugi Doi, Simone Sayomi Tano, Adriane Rocha Schultz, Luciana Lozza de Moraes Marchiori
Open access
Available online 4 December 2015
Brazilian Journal of Otorhinolaryngology (English Edition)
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