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Three-dimensional cell culture for the study of nasal polyps
Carolina Nunes França, André Luis Lacerda Bachi, Eduardo Macoto Kosugi, Rogério Pezato, Gláucia Maria Machado Santelli, Jônatas Bussador do Amaral
10.1016/j.bjorl.2021.11.001
Highlights

  • Cells in a 3D dimensional environment are more similar to in vivo than a monolayer.

  • In 3D environment the cells remained differentiated for a longer time.

  • Nasal polyp spheroids can be used to understand CRSwNP.

Open access
Uncorrected Proof. Available online 28 November 2021
Changes in olfaction and taste in patients hospitalized for COVID-19 and their relationship to patient evolution during hospitalization
Pedro Antônio O.A. Gusmão, José Reinaldo C. Roveda, Ana Sophia M. Leite, Arnaldo S. Leite, Carolina C. Marinho
10.1016/j.bjorl.2021.11.002
Highlights

  • A significant number of the patients had olfaction and taste disorders.

  • Olfaction and taste disorders were markers of better clinical evolution.

  • Predictors of better evolution can help to decongest the health system.

Open access
Uncorrected Proof. Available online 27 November 2021
Prevalence of respiratory epithelial adenomatoid hamartomas (REAH) associated with nasal polyposis: an epidemiological study – how to diagnose
Maria Julia Abrão Issa, Vitor Ramos Ribeiro de Oliveira, Flavio Barbosa Nunes, Luís Otávio Giovanardi Vasconcelos, Luiz Felipe Bartolomeu Souza, Giancarlo Bonotto Cherobin, Roberto Eustáquio Santos Guimarães
10.1016/j.bjorl.2021.09.009
Highlights

  • Olfactory cleft enlargement and opacification suggests hamartoma.

  • Individualized anatomopathological exam of material from the olfactory cleft.

  • Material examined by experienced pathologist.

  • Almost half of the patients with Nasal Polyps have hamartomas.

Open access
Available online 27 November 2021
Comparing CPAP masks during initial titration for Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome: one-year experience
Adriane Iurck Zonato, Cíntia Felicio Adriano Rosa, Luciana Oliveira, Lia Bittencourt
10.1016/j.bjorl.2021.10.007
Highlights

  • Little attention has been paid to the effect of different mask styles on the effectiveness of PAP titration.

  • Recent advancements in mask designs provide better mask fit and more choices for patients, which may provide more positive CPAP experiences.

  • There is a concept that the oronasal mask increases upper airway resistance compared to the nasal masks.

  • The use of nasal or nasal pillow masks should be encouraged by sleep laboratories as the first choice on the CPAP titration night.

Open access
Uncorrected Proof. Available online 26 November 2021
Ectopic thymic tissue in subglottis of children: evaluation and management
Yihang Lin, Junyang Li, Lianyan Xue, Peixuan Sun, Qiao He, Youjin Li
10.1016/j.bjorl.2021.10.001
Highlights

  • Subglottic ectopic thymic tissue is rare and unexpected cause of stridor in children.

  • The knowledge of the typical ultrasonographic features can provide a hint to make a definitive diagnosis before surgery.

  • Modified laryngofissure may be an effective approach to removing the subglottic ectopic thymus and reconstructing the intact subglottic mucosa.

Open access
Available online 26 November 2021
Ocular findings from otoneurological examinations in children with and without dyslexia: a systematic review with meta-analysis
Ysa Karen dos Santos Macambira, Jessyca Vanessa dos Santos Barbosa, Bianca Manchester de Queiroga, Ana Augusta de Andrade Cordeiro, Denise Costa Menezes, Maria Luiza Lopes Timóteo de Lima, Karina Paes Advíncula
10.1016/j.bjorl.2021.10.006
Highlights

  • Vestibular evaluation of children with dyslexia.

  • Ocular evidence of otoneurology in dyslexia.

  • The measurements of ocular tests in children with dyslexia.

  • Vectoelectro-nystagmography and videonystagmography exams in children with dyslexia.

Open access
Uncorrected Proof. Available online 26 November 2021
Using RSI and RFS scores to differentiate between reflux-related and other causes of chronic laryngitis
Claudia Alessandra Eckley, Rodrigo Tangerina
10.1016/j.bjorl.2021.08.003
Highlights

  • Reflux laryngitis is highly prevalent in the adult population sharing symptoms of laryngeal and pharyngeal inflammation with a number of inflammatory, infectious and traumatic conditions.

  • Diagnosis of Laryngopharyngeal Reflux is challenging and mainly based on suggestive symptoms and videolaryngoscopic signs of inflammation. Objective tests, such as prolonged esophageal ph-metry and impedance-pHmetry, are costly and have low sensitivity.

  • To minimize the subjectivity of clinical diagnosis for Laryngopharyngeal Reflux a number of scores have been proposed, being the most widely used the Reflux Symptom Index (RSI) and the Reflux Finding Score (RFS).

  • The current study used the RSI and the RFS to try to differentiate between the most common causes of inflammatory and traumatic chronic pharyngitis and laryngitis.

Open access
Available online 26 November 2021
Letter to the editor: “Validation of the Connecticut olfactory test (CCCRC) adapted to Brazil”
Henrique de Paula Bedaque, Maria Luísa Nobre Medeiros e Silva Guimarães, Lidiane Maria de Brito Macedo Ferreira
10.1016/j.bjorl.2021.09.007
Open access
Available online 21 November 2021
The efficacy of corticosteroid after facial nerve neurorrhaphy: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trial
Prapitphan Charoenlux, Nattawan Utoomprurkporn, Kachorn Seresirikachorn
10.1016/j.bjorl.2021.09.005
Highlights

  • The benefits of corticosteroid after facial nerve neurorrhaphy are questionable.

  • Corticosteroid was not provided benefits after coaptation in complete transection.

  • The benefits were judged by electrophysiology, histology, and functional recovery.

Open access
Available online 21 November 2021
Experimental cholesteatoma: a comparison between spontaneous and induced models
Felipe da Costa Huve, Jefferson André Bauer, Fábio André Selaimen, Maurício Noschang Lopes da Silva, Sady Selaimen da Costa
10.1016/j.bjorl.2021.09.003
Highlights

  • Cauterization of the Gerbils’ auditory tube not always induce cholesteatoma formation.

  • Gerbils’ models of cholesteatoma may differ from each other and those seen in humans.

  • Gerbils’ external auditory canal obliteration induces cholesteatoma in all cases.

Open access
Available online 20 November 2021
Idiomas
Brazilian Journal of Otorhinolaryngology (English Edition)

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