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Recent World Journal of Otorhinolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery Articles

Recently published articles from World Journal of Otorhinolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery.

A glimpse into the psychological status of E.N.T inpatients in China: A cross-sectional survey of three hospitals in different regions

June 2019
Jun Tian | Li Li | Chun-Lei Tao | Rong-Ying Hao | Fu-Hui Huang | Xiao-Hui Ge | San-Mei Zhang

To determine whether E.N.T inpatients have a higher prevalence of mental illness than the general population and whether certain diseases are more likely to be associated with mental illness than other...

Opioid prescribing patterns within otolaryngology

June 2019
Alexander W. Murphey | Suqrat Munawar | Shaun A. Nguyen | Ted A. Meyer | Ashli K. O'Rourke

Determine current opioid prescribing patterns for adult procedures within an academic Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery training program in order to establish a general guideline and more uniform...

Utility of CT and MRI in assessment of mandibular involvement in oral cavity cancer

June 2019
Andreea Nae | Gerard O'Leary | Linda Feeley | Cassie Fives | Brendan Fitzgerald | Elena Chiriac | Patrick Sheahan

Oral cavity squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) may present with early invasion of mandibular bone. Preoperative planning of surgery is essential considering patient's postoperative quality of life. Our purpose...

Surgical management of extracranial nerve sheath tumours in a tertiary care center

June 2019
Pradeep Pradhan | Chappity Preetam | Swagatika Samal | Dillip Kumar Samal | Pradipta Kumar Parida

Excision of the nerve sheath tumours of head and neck is always a challenge to the surgeon because of their close proximity of the neurovascular structures....

Submental island flap reconstruction for carcinoma of the oral cavity: Experience in 30 cases

June 2019
Pradeep Pradhan | Swagatika Samal | Dillip Kumar Samal | Chappity Preetam | Pradipta Kumar Parida

The submental flap can be utilized for soft tissue reconstruction in oral cavity malignancies because due to its close approximation to the surgical site, fewer donor site morbidity and the cost effectiveness...

Implementation of a targeted HPV educational program in a population with HIV

June 2019
Noel Ayoub | John B. Sunwoo | Heather M. Starmer

Patients living with human immunodeficiency virus (PLWH) are at higher risk of developing human papillomavirus (HPV)-associated malignancies. This prospective, longitudinal study evaluated the baseline...

Surveillance of antibiotic sensitivity pattern in chronic suppurative otitis media of an Indian teaching hospital

June 2019
Mahesh Chandra Sahu | Santosh Kumar Swain

Chronic suppurative otitis media (CSOM) is a common problem in worldwide and untreated CSOM leads to fatal complications like facial nerve paralysis, lateral sinus thrombosis, labyrinthitis, meningitis...

Determining the utility of standard hospital microbiology testing: Comparing standard microbiology cultures with DNA sequence analysis in patients with chronic sinusitis

June 2019
Sarah K. Rapoport | Alyssa J. Smith | Maxwell Bergman | Kelly A. Scriven | Itzhak Brook | Suzette K. Mikula

To demonstrate DNA sequencing analysis (DNAsa) of sinus cultures in patients with CRS is a reliable method of detecting pathogens in polymicrobial CRS infections....

Cochlear duct length along the outer wall vs organ of corti: Which one is relevant for the electrode array length selection and frequency mapping using Greenwood function?

June 2019
Anandhan Dhanasingh

Cochlear duct length (CDL) measurement or estimation is a hot topic for various research groups in the cochlear implant (CI) field as of today. Getting the CDL along the outer wall (LW) and organ of...

Clinical retrospective analysis of 15 cases of choanal atresia – Our experience

Available online 13 June 2019
Segana Hasan Abdul Cader | Fahim Ahmed Shah | Nair Reghunandanan

Choanal atresia is a rare congenital disorder due to failed recanalization of the nasal fossae during fetal development. This article focuses on our experience in dealing with choanal atresia and its...

Is tinnitus a major concern in individuals with auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder? – Questionnaire based study

March 2019
Prashanth Prabhu

Our study attempted to determine if tinnitus is a major concern in individuals with auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder (ANSD). The study also attempted to determine if pure tone average (PTA), speech...

Outer hair cells isolation from postnatal Sprague–Dawley rats

March 2019
Mei-Hao Qi | Yang Qiu | Ke-Yong Tian | Kun Liang | Hui-Min Chang | Ren-Feng Wang | Er-Fang Chen | Wei-Long Wang | Ding-Jun Zha | Jian-Hua Qiu

Outer hair cells (OHCs) damage is a general phenomenon in clinical disorders such as noise-induced hearing loss and drug-induced hearing loss. In order to elucidate the mechanism underlying these disorders,...

Identification of microbial contaminants in sinus rinse squeeze bottles used by allergic rhinitis patients

March 2019
Shaun A. Nguyen | Marc P. Camilon | Rodney J. Schlosser

To identify whether irrigation devices become contaminated when used by patients with allergic rhinitis (AR)....

Bayesian analysis of two methods MALDI-TOF-MS system and culture test in otomycosis infection

March 2019
Sibanarayan Rath | Saumya Ranjan Das | Rabindra Nath Padhy

Identification of otomycotic fungi using matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization (MALDI) time of flight (TOF) mass spectroscopy (MS) and to quantify pervasive errors with Bayes rule; values of sensitivity...

Transoral flexible laryngoscope biopsy: Safety and accuracy

March 2019
Nabeel Humayun Hassan | Rahila Usman | Muhammad Yousuf | Ahmad Nawaz Ahmad | Ismail Hirani

To determine the accuracy of transoral flexible laryngoscope (TFL) biopsy and also to identify the safety as office based procedure in terms of complications....

The outcomes of hypoglossal nerve stimulation in the management of OSA: A systematic review and meta-analysis

March 2019
Anvesh R. Kompelli | Jonathan S. Ni | Shaun A. Nguyen | Eric J. Lentsch | David M. Neskey | Ted A. Meyer

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a prevalent disease with significant health impacts. While first line therapy is CPAP, long-term compliance is low and device misuse is common, highlighting the need...

Cautery-assisted palatal stiffening operation for obstructive sleep apnea: A systematic review and meta-analysis

March 2019
Charles M. Llewellyn | Michael W. Noller | Macario Camacho

To systematically review outcomes for cautery-assisted palatal stiffening operation (CAPSO) as a treatment for adult obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)....

The association of Leptospermum honey with cytokine expression in the sinonasal epithelium of chronic rhinosinusitis patients

March 2019
Jamil Manji | Andrew Thamboo | Vishnu Sunkaraneni | Amrit Singh | Scott Tebbutt | Cathie Garnis | Amin Javer

To identify the differences in cytokine expression between sinonasal tissue from patients treated with Leptospermum (Manuka) honey (LH) irrigation versus normal saline irrigation twice-daily for twelve...

Is the incidence of anaplastic thyroid cancer increasing: A population based epidemiology study

March 2019
Tyler A. Janz | David M. Neskey | Shaun A. Nguyen | Eric J. Lentsch

To provide an understanding of the incidence of anaplastic thyroid cancer within the United States....

The effect of treatment package time in head and neck cancer patients treated with adjuvant radiotherapy and concurrent systemic therapy

Available online 11 January 2019
Ahmed I. Ghanem | Matthew Schymick | Souheyla Bachiri | Aniruddh Mannari | Jawad Sheqwara | Charlotte Burmeister | Steven Chang | Tamer Ghanem | Farzan Siddiqui

In patients with head and neck carcinoma, “treatment package time” (TPT) was proven to impact outcomes in cases receiving adjuvant radiotherapy alone. Its impact in patients receiving radiotherapy with...

Cardiovascular risk factors and hearing loss among adults in a tertiary center of Northwestern Nigeria

December 2018
Stephen Semen Yikawe | Kufre Robert Iseh | Anas Ahmad Sabir | Mfon Ime Inoh | Joseph Hassan Solomon | Nasiru Aliyu

To assess the effect of cardiovascular risk factors on hearing impairment....

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in acute otitis externa

December 2018
Maria J. Duarte | Elliott D. Kozin | Paulo J.M. Bispo | Andreas H. Mitchell | Michael S. Gilmore | Aaron K. Remenschneider

Otologic methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infection has historically been rare, but given the rise in community-acquired MRSA carriage and infection at other body sites, prevalence...

Socioeconomic status and anterior epistaxis in adult population

December 2018
Pourya Masoudian | J. Ted McDonald | Andrea Lasso | Shaun J. Kilty

Little was known about the role of socioeconomic status as a risk factor for epistaxis in adult population. The objective of this study was to determine whether socioeconomic status influences the presentation...

Guide for Authors

December 2018

Clinico-pathological profile and comparative study of conservative versus surgical deroofing as an effective technique in management of pseudocyst of pinna

December 2018
Segana Hasan Abdul Cader | Fahim Ahmed Shah | S.K.G. Reghunandanan Nair

An auricular pseudocyst is not uncommon in routine ENT clinical practice, it occurs when fluid accumulates between the intracartilaginous spaces of the auricle. Many treatment modalities have been proposed...

Preoperative and postoperative medical therapies for chronic rhinosinusitis: National surveys among Chinese otolaryngologists

December 2018
Zhen-Xiao Huang | Yun-Xia Li | Yu-Bin Wu | Hai-Cheng Liu | Bing Zhou

The aim of this study was to evaluate clinical practice patterns of preoperative and postoperative medical therapies immediately surrounding sinus surgery for chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) by Chinese...

The infrahyoid myocutaneous flap for reconstruction after oral cancer resection: A retrospective single-surgeon study

December 2018
Adit Chotipanich | Sombat Wongmanee

To review our experience with infrahyoid myocutaneous flap in reconstruction after oral cancer resection....

Diurnal changes in differential sensitivity and temporal resolution in morning-type and evening-type individuals with normal hearing

December 2018
J. Nikhil | K.N. Megha | Prashanth Prabhu

The present study attempts to determine diurnal changes by testing the differential sensitivity and temporal resolution in morning-type, evening-type, and intermediate-type individuals with normal hearing....

Evaluation of sheep sinonasal endoscopic anatomy as a model for rhinologic research

December 2018
Luis Macias-Valle | Andres Finkelstein-Kulka | Jamil Manji | Christopher Okpaleke | Salahuddin Al-Salihi | Amin R. Javer

Despite many publications describing sheep models for functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS) procedures, accurate endoscopic anatomical studies are lacking. There are no publications correlating...

Association of gastroesophageal reflux disease and laryngeal cancer

December 2018
Mursalin M. Anis | Mir-Muhammad Razavi | Xiao Xiao | Ahmed M.S. Soliman

Studies examining the association of reflux disease with the risk of developing laryngeal cancer have both proven and disproven the null hypothesis....

Evaluation and significance of Eustachian tube angles and pretympanic diameter in HRCT temporal bone of patients with chronic otitis media

December 2018
Sanjana Vijay Nemade | Kiran Jaywant Shinde | Varsha P. Rangankar | Priya Bhole

To evaluate the significance of Eustachian tube (ET) angles and ET pretympanic diameter on high resolution computed tomography (HRCT) Temporal bone in patients with chronic otitis media (COM)....

Guide for Authors

September 2018

Immunomodulators in chronic rhinosinusitis

September 2018
Philippe Lavigne | Stella E. Lee

To provide new insight into how chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) is conceptualized and treated with a focus on immunomodulator therapy....

Current understanding of allergic fungal rhinosinusitis

September 2018
Matthew A. Tyler | Amber U. Luong

Studying the pathophysiology of allergic fungal rhinosinusitis (AFRS) has proved challenging. While this clinical entity is easily distinguishable based on the clinical criteria set forth by Bent and...

Exosomes and chronic rhinosinusitis

September 2018
Sarina K. Mueller

The objective of this manuscripts to review current knowledge regarding exosomes as they relate to the physiology and pathology of the human nose as well as their role as biomarkers of chronic rhinosinusitis...

The microbiome and chronic rhinosinusitis

September 2018
Rahuram Sivasubramaniam | Richard Douglas

Chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) is a multifactorial condition in which the microbiota plays a pathogenic role. The nature of the interaction between the microbiota and the local immune system is very complex...

Acquired cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator dysfunction

September 2018
Catherine Banks | Laura Freeman | Do Yeon Cho | Bradford A. Woodworth

Sinonasal respiratory epithelium is a highly regulated barrier that employs mucociliary clearance (MCC) as the airways first line of defense. The biological properties of the airway surface liquid (ASL),...

Pathogenesis of NSAID-induced reactions in aspirin-exacerbated respiratory disease

September 2018
Tanya M. Laidlaw

It is well-established that following ingestion of aspirin or any other inhibitor of cyclooxygenase-1, patients with Samter's disease, or aspirin-exacerbated respiratory disease (AERD) develop the sudden...

The role of bitter and sweet taste receptors in upper airway innate immunity: Recent advances and future directions

September 2018
Ivy W. Maina | Alan D. Workman | Noam A. Cohen

Bitter (T2R) and sweet (T1R) taste receptors have been implicated in sinonasal innate immunity and in the pathophysiology of chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS). Taste receptors are expressed on several sinonasal...

P-glycoprotein and chronic rhinosinusitis

September 2018
Marcel M. Miyake | Angela Nocera | Michelle M. Miyake

Chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) is a heterogeneous definition that includes different disease states that usually are associated with abnormal inflammatory responses. Besides being prevalent, the mechanisms...

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