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Original article
Predictive factors of frozen section in transoral microlaryngeal surgery for suspicious glottic lesions
Mateus Morais Aires, Fábio Yukio Pereira I, Camilla Diacópulos Silva, José Eduardo de Sá Pedroso, Noemi Grigoletto de Biase, Leonardo Haddad
Highlights

  • Frozen biopsy isolated is not a reliable tool for guiding surgical decisions when it comes negative.

  • Frozen biopsy is reliable for malignant results.

  • Larger biopsy fragments are associated with a more reliable diagnosis.

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Translation, cultural adaptation, and validation of the NOSE-Perf scale to Brazilian Portuguese
Fabio Portella Gazmenga, Mariana Dalbo Contrera Toro, Fabio Lau, Arthur Jose Roque Cruz, Elaine Costa, Michael J. Marino, Eulalia Sakano
Highlights

  • NOSE-Perf scale quantifies symptoms resulting from nasal septal perforation.

  • The Portuguese version of the NOSE-perf scale showed internal consistency.

  • The NOSE-Perf scale translation showed good reliability parameters.

  • The proposed instrument is valid for measuring nasal septal perforation symptoms.

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Review article
Global trends in the research on older population dizziness/vertigo: a 20-year bibliometric and visualization analysis
Xiang Li, Chao Wei, Xiang Gao, Jie Sun, Jianhong Yang
Highlights

  • Dizziness and vertigo are one of the most common complaints in the elderly.

  • Management, gait, and association is hot topics in older population dizziness/vertigo.

  • The etiology of many older population dizziness/vertigo patients is unknown.

  • Unexplained older population dizziness may be associated with cerebral small vessel disease.

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Case report
Wound management for post-laryngeal transplant pharyngeal fistula: a case report
Jiahui Fan, Zheng Jiang, Mailudan Ainiwaer, Rong Yu, Dengying Gu, Huiling Zhao, Fei Chen
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Post-extubation laryngitis in children: diagnosis, management and follow-up
Elaine Costa, Débora Bressan Pazinatto, Luciahelena Prata Trevisan, Rebecca Maunsell
Highlights

  • Post-extubation laryngitis was confirmed in the majority of suspected cases.

  • Bedside nasopharyngolaryngoscopy assisted, but over half required microlaryngoscopy.

  • Laryngeal stenosis is associated with lesion severity and extubation failures.

  • Close follow-up after discharge prevented any additional tracheostomies.

  • Prognosis is influenced by comorbidities, lesion severity, and tracheostomy.

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Original article
Non-invasive treatments improve patient outcomes in chronic tinnitus: a systematic review and network meta-analysis
Tingting Lu, Qingxin Wang, Ziyan Gu, Zefang Li, Zhaojun Yan
Highlights

  • We searched PubMed, Embase and Cochrane Library databases.

  • This study included 22 randomized controlled trials with a total of 2354 patients.

  • Acoustic therapy combined with cognitive behavior can treat chronic tinnitus.

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Case report
Neuroendocrine adenoma of middle ear: a case report and endoscopic approach
Nicolau Moreira Abrahão, Guilherma Correa Guimarães, Jonas Belchior Tamanini, Sofia Fontes de Oliva Costa, Pedro Juliano de Mesquita Ferreira, Vagner Antônio Rodrigues da Silva, Arthur Menino Castilho
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Traditional and non-traditional lipid parameters as risk factors for sudden sensorineural hearing loss
Xiaoyan Chen, Zhong Zheng, Ximeng Liu, Jianuo Huang, Daoyu Xie, Yanmei Feng
Highlights

  • SSNHL patients had a higher risk of concomitant hypertension and elevated atherosclerogenic lipid levels.

  • APOB, APOE, and LCI were identified as independent risk factors.

  • Certain lipids showed a positive linear correlation with hearing loss.

  • When TC was in borderline high range, the treatment effect was the best.

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Voice handicap and voice-related quality of life in COVID-19 patients
Lourival Mendes Bueno, Hugo Valter Lisboa Ramos, Claudiney Cândido Costa, Wilder Alves, Leandro Castro Velasco, Noemi Grigoleto De Biase
Highlights

  • Lung impairment due to COVID-19 increases the voice handicap index score.

  • The voice-related quality of life score is reduced in these patients.

  • There is a correlation between pulmonary function and the changes in voice.

  • Video laryngoscopy did not identify any laryngeal changes in these patients.

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Brazilian Journal of Otorhinolaryngology (English Edition)
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