Author:  Kapre, Madan - Director, Neeti Clinics,  Nagpur, Maharashtra, India

Abstract:  A concise logical review of the evaluation of a patient with a thyroid nodule is presented.  Important items in the physical examination and history are presented along with the techniques of fine needle biopsy of the thyroid and thyroid ultrasonography.  Three cases are presented: One of a patient with a right true vocal cord paralysis due to papillary carcinoma, another with a thyroid nodule and a third with tubercular lymphadenitis presenting as a possible thyroid mass.  

Authors: Caner Sahin*, Yavuz Fuat Yilmaz*, Ali Titiz*,  Ramazan Ocalan*, Muge Ozcan**
*  Attending Otolaryngologist,  **  Associate Professor

Institution: Ankara Numune Education and Research Hospital 1st ENT Clinic, Ankara, Turkey

Correspondence Author Dr. Caner Sahin
Akat street 3/7 Cebeci, Ankara  (Turkey)
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Author:  Milan Stankovic,
ENT Clinic Nis, University of Nis, Serbia

Author's Contact Information:  Milan Stankovic, ORL Clinic, Medical Faculty Nis, Serbia
Pustorecka 33, 18 000 Nis, Serbia
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Author:  Dr. Jayant Watve M.S. (E.N.T.)
Assoc. Prof. Dr. D.Y.Patil Medical College, Kolhapur, India

Abstract: The management of puberphonia (the persistence of a high-pitched voice in males past puberty) has in the past been speech therapy.  The author presents his results using an alternate surgery which involves performance of a direct laryngoscopy and stretching of the patient's vocal cords.  Ten patients are reported and nine patients had good improvement in their voice with one or two treatments.


Authors : 
Kevin T Kavanagh, MD, MS, FACS.   Clinical Associate Professor, University of Kentucky, Department of Surgery, Division of Otolaryngology   Somerset, KY  USA 

Abstract: 
 
Objective:  The study will examine the  postoperative bleeding rates of coblation compared to scalpel-snare with cautery tonsillectomy.
 
Type of Study: Retrospective review.

Author:  Dr. Sudhakar Vaidya,* Dr. (Col.) G. Vyas, **, Dr V K Rawat***, Dr. Satyendra Sharma****
*Associate Professor of ENT **, Professor of Medicine***, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Assistant Professor of Medicine,****   R.D. Gardi Medical College, Ujjain (MP) India
 

Abstract:  A patient with palatal myoclonus is presented and the medical literature reviewed.  The manuscript's video showing the examination of the patient's soft palate revealed a contraction rate of 2.5 Hz.   

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