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Wegener's Granulomatosis Presenting as Bilateral Otalgia with Facial Palsy: A Case Report

Lee JH, Kim KW, Myong NH, Jung JY

Wegener's granulomatosis (WG) is defined as a granulomatous inflammation of the upper and lower respiratory tract due to a systemic vasculitis. Facial nerve palsy may occur during the course of...
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A Case of Subcutaneous Hemangioma Presenting as a Preauricular Sinus

Jin SG, Kim MJ, Park JM, Park KH

Hemangioma is one of the most common benign neoplasm involved on head and neck. However, cavernous hemangiomas are relatively rare in preauricular sinus space and has rarely been reported around...
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Compound Nevus Occurring Near External Auditory Canal: Successful Treatment by CO2 Laser Abrasion

Kim WS, Park KH

Melanocytic nevus is common pigmented skin tumor, but it has rare occurrence near the external auditory canal. A skin graft is required if a wide surgical excision is performed for...
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Tuberculous Otitis Media with Facial Paralysis Combined with Labyrinthitis

Hwang GH, Jung JY, Yum G, Choi J

Tuberculosis otitis media is a very rare cause of otorrhea, so that it is infrequently considered in differential diagnosis because clinical symptoms are nonspecific, and standard microbiological and histological tests...
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A Case of Bilateral Sudden Hearing Loss and Tinnitus after Salicylate Intoxication

Kim SM, Jo JM, Baek MJ, Jung KH

Salicylate, the active ingredient of aspirin can cause sensorineural hearing loss and tinnitus when plasma concentrations reach a critical level. The ototoxic mechanisms of salicylate remain unclear but hearing and...
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Clinical Manifestation and Prognosis of Vestibular Migraine According to the Vestibular Function Test Results

Lee JW, Jung JY, Chung YS, Suh MW

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: According to previous reports, patients with vestibular migraine (VM) display variable results from vestibular function tests (VFT): central, peripheral, or normal. The aim of this study was...
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Clinical Characteristics of Labyrinthine Concussion

Choi MS, Shin SO, Yeon JY, Choi YS, Kim J, Park SK

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Inner ear symptoms like hearing loss, dizziness or tinnitus are often developed after head trauma, even in cases without inner ear destruction. This is also known as...
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Development of Animal Models of Otitis Media

Park MK, Lee BD

Otitis media is defined as inflammation of the middle ear, including the auditory ossicles and the Eustachian tube. Otitis media is a major health problem in many societies. The causes...
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Age-Related Deficits in the Processing of Fundamental Frequency Differences for the Intelligibility of Competing Voices

Lee JH

A common complaint of older listeners is that they can hear speech, yet cannot understand it, especially when listening to speech in a background noise. When target and competing speech...
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