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Sunday, January 22, 2012

25 most downloaded articles from AJOHNS

 
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  1. Head and neck squamous cell carcinoma from an unknown primary site

  2. Primary cartilage tympanoplasty: our technique and results

  3. Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo following whiplash injury: a myth or a reality?

  4. Lemierre syndrome: a pediatric case series and review of literature

  5. A balloon dilatation technique for the treatment of intramaxillary lesions using a Foley catheter in chronic maxillary sinusitis

  6. Simvastatin and Ginkgo biloba in the treatment of subacute tinnitus: a retrospective study of 94 patients

  7. Spontaneous nystagmus in benign paroxysmal positional vertigo

  8. Diagnosis and treatment of primary immunodeficiency disease: the role of the otolaryngologist • Review article

  9. Reconstruction of lateral attic wall using autogenous mastoid cortical bone

  10. Chronic rhinosinusitis in the setting of other chronic inflammatory diseases

  11. Recurrent croup presentation, diagnosis, and management

  12. Recovery after acute unilateral vestibular loss and predictors for remaining symptoms

  13. Transnasal, transfacial, anterior skull base resection of olfactory neuroblastoma

  14. The efficacy of rhinoplasty alone in facial rejuvenation

  15. Effect of vestibular rehabilitation on dizziness in the elderly

  16. Management of nasal bone fractures • Review article

  17. Cochlear changes in presbycusis with tinnitus

  18. Clinical significance of residual occult malignancy in thyroid carcinoma

  19. Management of facial paralysis in temporal bone fractures: a prospective study analyzing 11 operated fractures

  20. Complication following gastric pull-up reconstruction for advanced hypopharyngeal or cervical esophageal carcinoma: a 20-year review in a Chinese institute

  21. Azithromycin extended release vs amoxicillin/clavulanate: symptom resolution in acute sinusitis

  22. Animal model of radiogenic bone damage to study mandibular osteoradionecrosis

  23. Single-shot, low-dose intratympanic gentamicin in Meniere disease: role of vestibular-evoked myogenic potentials and caloric test in the prediction of outcome

  24. Herbal treatment of allergic rhinitis: the use of Nigella sativa

  25. A silicone nasal swab for the treatment of severe and recalcitrant epistaxis in hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia: an alternative to surgical nostril closure

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Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Application for early bird registration for AOICON2013 at pune, india

Here is complete brochure for early bird registration for AOICON2013 at Pune, India. registration available at Rs 5000 for indian nationals. get banquet of Rs 1500 absolutely free for registrations till 31 jan 2012.


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The brochure and application form for early bird registration of AOICON2013 on 3-6 jan 2013. 
 
Dr. Mubarak Muhamed Khan dlo,dnb(ent)
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Review of Book "Endoscopic Color Atlas of Ear Diseases" By Prof Ugo Fisch

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Dear Dr. Mubarak Kahn,

a wile ago you have sent to me your Endoscopic Colorf Atlas of Ear Diseases
for review. I apologize for having taken so much time to give my opinion on
your excellent book.

I have enjoyed very much your well printed extensive collection of
endoscopic images of the external ear.The quality  (sharpness and color) of
the pictures is not always perfect but the material you have accumulated
through the years is so exentensive and complete to make it a very valid
otologic reference book.

I have had some difficulty with the text explaining the illustrations
because our classification of ear diseases differs from yours (s. our
book:Tympanoplasty,Mastoidectomy,ans Stapes Surgery U.Fisch, J.May, Th.
Linder Thieme 2008).

"Skin in the wrong place"  becomes (according to H.Schuknecht) a
cholesteatoma only when there is an associated "accumulation of keratin".The
evidence of accumulated keratin is therefore essential to diagnose the
presence of a cholesteatoma on an otoscopic image.
In chronic suppurative otitis media we divide perforations of the tympanic
membrane  only in "central and marginal". A postero-superior marginal
peforation carries a high risk of development of a secundary acquired
cholesteatoma.No perforation is "safe".

These are only two exemples of a different evaluation of the otoscopic
pictures due to a (well understandable) difference in the definition of ear
deseases.

In the pre- and postoperative cases it would have been helpful to have some
indications on the hearing results. In general I would have also expected
some remarks on the extent of pneumatization of the temporal bones,
particularly in cases requiring open or closed cavities. Radiologic Imaging
for us is indispensable for a correct evaluation of middle ear infections.

Altogether your have produced a very valuable Atlas documenting nearly all
possible ear diseases and you deserve for this accomplishment a lot of
recognition.

Thank you for having sent to me your book and very best wishes for 2012.

sicerely your's

Prof. U. Fisch