Journal of

Otolaryngology and RhinologyISSN: 2572-4193


 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2572-4193.1510115

Voice Prosthesis Ingestion Causing Intestinal Perforation: A Case Report

Claudia Benvenuti and Sina Grape

Article Type: Case Report | First Published: February 26, 2022

A 75-year-old patient, known for a glottosupraglottic carcinoma who had undergone total laryngectomy with voice prosthesis replacement, was referred for acute abdominal pain....

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2572-4193.1510118

Management of Oral Cavity Mucormycosis in a Ketoacidotic Patient with Targeted Debridement and a Palate Obturator

Jennifer Adams, BS and Adam Bender-Heine, MD

Article Type: Case Report | First Published: March 31, 2022

Mucormycosis is an opportunistic mycosis common in poorly-controlled insulin dependent diabetic patients particularly with ketoacidosis. It often begins as a nasal and paranasal sinus infection with inhalation of spores into the paranasal sinuses of a susceptible host. In this case report we review the clinical symptoms, relevant imaging, and management of a diabetic patient with mucormycosis threatening his better seeing eye. This case report offers the clinician a review of important clinical ...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2572-4193.1510117

Surgical Treatment of Frontoethmoid Osteomas

Carlos Santiago Ruggeri, Claudia Esper and Claudina Aguirre

Article Type: Original Article | First Published: March 17, 2022

Osteomas are benign tumors that can originate and grow in the paranasal sinuses. Many are asymptomatic and only require tomographic control. When they produce symptoms, treatment is surgical. Different surgical approaches have been proposed, with a trend in the last decade to perform endonasal surgery with endoscopes using simple, extended or combined transnasal approaches. To determine the efficacy of surgery to resect symptomatic frontoethmoidal osteomas, and to establish the factors that coul...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2572-4193.1510116

Gender Distribution in Otolaryngology Training Programs

Jeewanjot S. Grewal, MD, Kathleen McClain, DO, Amy M. Williams, PhD, Lamont R. Jones, MD, MBA, Kendall N. Pucket, Makayla Moultree and Kathleen Yaremchuk, MD

Article Type: Original Article | First Published: March 17, 2022

To investigate the gender distribution in current otolaryngology residency programs and examine associations between the presence of female program directors or department chairs, number of female faculty, and number of female residents within residency programs in the United States. A cross-sectional analysis of current otolaryngology programs, presence of female chairs, program directors, faculty and residents in 2019 was performed. The gender of the program director, departmental chair, numbe...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2572-4193.1510114

A Stony Coincidence in the Nose Mimicking Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma

Eric Wang Yuan Li, MBBS, Siti Halimahtun Sahab, MBBS, MSORL-HNS, Mas Ayu Baharudin, MBBS, MSORL-HNS, Noorizan Yahya, MBBCh, MSORL-HNS and Mohamad Khir Abdullah, M.D, MSORL-HNS

Article Type: Case Report | First Published: February 17, 2022

The number of adult cases of rhinolith is uncommon. Rhinoliths are hard stony mass that are found in the nose that can progress over a long period of time leading to nasal symptoms and sometimes ear symptoms. This is a case report of a 40-year-old lady that came with unilateral tinnitus and blood stained rhinorrhea, but on further investigation was found to have rhinolith mimicking symptoms of nasopharyngeal carcinoma due to the position of the rhinolith in the fossa of Rosenmuller. A 40-year-ol...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2572-4193.1510113

Smallest Missed Foreign Body in Neck: A Case Report

Veerasigamani Narendrakumar

Article Type: Case Report | First Published: February 05, 2022

Foreign body impaction in the head and neck region may result from either a traumatic or an iatrogenic injury. Penetrating neck injuries with impacted foreign bodies are of special concern as the neck contains many vital structures. Hence, early detection and removal of the foreign bodies is imperative to prevent life threatening complications. Here, we report a 50-year-old male patient with a very small sharp metallic foreign body impacted in the soft tissue of the neck. The patient underwent w...

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