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Motor neuron disease in otolaryngology – A review (2017)

Type of publication: Journal article Author(s): *Fussey J.M.; *Skinner D.W. Citation: Otorhinolaryngologist; 2017; vol. 10 (no. 2); p. 79-81 Abstract: Motor neuron disease is an incurable neurodegenerative disorder affecting both upper and lower motor neurons, resulting in progressive weakness and

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Introducing a realistic and reusable quinsy simulator (2016)

Type of publication: Journal article Author(s): *Giblett, N, *Hari, C Citation: The Journal of Laryngology and Otology, Feb 2016, vol. 130, no. 2, p. 201-203 Abstract: An increasing number of inexperienced doctors are rotating through otolaryngology departments and providing care

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Practical Otolaryngology for Junior Doctors (2015)

Type of publication: Book Author(s): Thomas Frederick Charles Saunders, Editors: Alistair Mitchell-Innes and *Duncan Bowyer Citation: Doctors Academy Publications; 1st edition ISBN-13: 978-9380573076 Abstract: This book is designed to guide the junior doctor through an Otolaryngology (ENT) rotation from the first referrals

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Complications of Otitis Media (2015)

Type of publication: Book chapter Author(s): *Duncan Bowyer Citation: In: Logan Turner’s Diseases of the Nose, Throat and Ear. 11th Ed. Edited by S Musheer Hussain CRC Press ISBN: 978-0-340-98732-2  

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A man with absolute dysphagia after eating a steak (2014)

Type of publication: Journal article Author(s): *Osborne MS, Saunders T, *Fuerstenberg F, Costello D, Dhesi B Citation: BMJ, 2014, vol./is. 349/(g5462), 0959-535X;1756-1833 (2014) Abstract: Link to more details or full-text: http://www.bmj.com/content/349/bmj.g5462  

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Torrential epistaxis in the third trimester: a management conundrum. (2014)

Author(s): Crunkhorn RE, *Mitchell-Innes A, Muzaffar J Citation: BMJ Case Reports, 2014, vol./is. 2014/, 1757-790X (2014) Abstract: Although epistaxis is common during pregnancy, large volume epistaxis is rare. Many standard epistaxis management options are limited in pregnancy due to absolute

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