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The Efficacy of Percutaneous Steroid Injection via Cricothyroid Membrane for Reinke's Edema

Nam W, Kim SW, Jin SM, Lee SH

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Reinke's edema is a benign vocal fold disease caused by an edematous laryngeal superficial layer of lamina propria. The first line treatment is cessation of smoking and...
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Clinical Applications of Botulinum Toxin in Patients with Dysphagia

Cho JH

Dysphagia may result from dysfunction of any of the components involved in the complex neuromuscular interaction of swallowing. Hyperfunction of any of the muscles involved in swallowing is a frequent...
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A Case Report of Emergency Cricothyroidotomy Due to Tracheal Intubation Failure in the Patient with Posterior Glottic Stenosis Due to Inhalation Burn

Han I, An MG, Kang HJ, Park ES, Cho YW

Injuries of the larynx are common in patients with a history of inhalation burns. When anesthesia is performed in such patients, the possibility of tracheal intubation should be thoroughly checked...
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A Case Report of Emergency Cricothyroidotomy Due to Tracheal Intubation Failure in the Patient with Posterior Glottic Stenosis Due to Inhalation Burn

Han I, An MG, Kang HJ, Park ES, Cho YW

Injuries of the larynx are common in patients with a history of inhalation burns. When anesthesia is performed in such patients, the possibility of tracheal intubation should be thoroughly checked...
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A Case Report of Emergency Cricothyroidotomy Due to Tracheal Intubation Failure in the Patient with Posterior Glottic Stenosis Due to Inhalation Burn

Han I, An MG, Kang HJ, Park ES, Cho YW

Injuries of the larynx are common in patients with a history of inhalation burns. When anesthesia is performed in such patients, the possibility of tracheal intubation should be thoroughly checked...
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Awake supraglottic airway guided flexible bronchoscopic intubation in patients with anticipated difficult airways: a case series and narrative review

Lim WY, Wong P

Awake intubation is indicated in difficult airways if attempts at securing the airway after induction of general anesthesia may lead to harm due to potential difficulties or failure in those...
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High-flow nasal oxygenation for anesthetic management

Kim HJ, Asai T

High-flow nasal oxygenation (HFNO) is a promising new technique for anesthesiologists. The use of HFNO during the induction of anesthesia and during upper airway surgeries has been initiated, and its...
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A Case of Laryngeal Inflammatory Myofibroblastic Tumor

Park SG, Kim Y, Woong JH, Song CM

Inflammatory myofibrolastic tumor (IMT) is a rare borderline neoplasm. It frequently occurs in the lung but occasionally occurs in extrapulmonary sites such as the genitourinary tract, gastrointestinal tract, breast, salivary...
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Comparison of Surgical Tracheostomy and Percutaneous Dilatational Tracheostomy in Intensive Care Unit Patients

Shin HI, Jang KI, Kim KM, Nam IC

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Percutaneous dilatational tracheostomy (PDT) has become an increasingly popular method of establishing an airway for patients in need of chronic ventilator assistance. The aim of this study...
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Effect of Hyaluronic Acid Injection for a Dysphagia Patient Who Has Unilateral Vocal Fold Paralysis due to a Lateral Medullary Infarction: A Case Report

Lee KY, Lee JW, Cha JH

This paper reports a case of a female patient aged 48 years diagnosed with a right lateral medullary infarction and dysphagia after the onset period. In a video fluoroscopic swallowing...
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A Case of Laryngeal Lipoma Arising at the Free Margin of the Vocal Cord

Lee SJ

Lipomas are benign tumors and most commonly occurs in trunk, upper extremities and lower extremities. About 13–15% of lipomas are located in the head and neck area. However, lipomas of...
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Pneumoparotitis

House LK, Lewis AF

The objective is to review a case of pneumoparotitis and to discuss how knowledge of this unique presentation is important when making differential diagnoses in emergency medicine. A patient with...
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Digitizing the direct laryngoscopy experience: the economic way!!

Hasija N, Kale S, Girdhar KK

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Two Cases of Mucosal Bridge Crossing the Membrane of Vocal Folds

Jung CM, Lee EJ, Lim JY, Choi HS

Mucosal bridges of vocal fold have been described as a parallel band to vocal folds with the presence of sulcus vocalis. However, the type of mucosal bridge crossing each vocal...
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Oral endotracheal intubation in pediatric anesthesia

Kim SH, An TH

Pediatric airway management has been both an integral part of routine anesthesia practice and one of its greatest challenges. Traditionally, it has been thought that the pediatric larynx is funnel-shaped,...
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The implication of using dominant hand to perform laryngoscopy: an analysis of the laryngoscopic view and blade-tooth distance

Lee S, Huh J, Lee JS, Lee J

BACKGROUND: Existing laryngoscopes are designed to be handled by the left hand, whereas most healthcare professionals are right-handed. However, controlling the laryngoscope device requires considerable strength and refinement to control...
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Orotracheal intubation in a patient with difficult airway by using fiberoptic nasotracheal intubation: A case report

Yun HJ, So E, Karm MH, Kim HJ, Seo KS

In cases of a difficult intubation where numerous intubation methods, including laryngoscopy, have failed, yet oral intubation is still necessary, the method of tube exchange after fiberoptic nasal intubation may...
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Dexamethasone treatment for bilateral lingual nerve injury following orotracheal intubation

Kim S, Chung SY, Youn SJ, Jeon Y

Lingual nerve injury is a rare complication of general anesthesia. The causes of lingual nerve injury following general anesthesia are multifactorial; possible mechanisms may include difficult laryngoscopy, prolonged anterior mandibular...
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Standards for Intraoperative Neuromonitoring in Thyroid Operations

Kim HY, Liu X, Chai YJ, Tufano R, Dralle H, Dionigi G, the Korean Intraoperative Neural Monitoring Society (KINMoS)

After the introduction of intraoperative neural monitoring (IONM) of the recurrent laryngeal nerve (RLN) in clinical thyroid practice almost 16 years ago, the procedure has expanded rapidly with an area-wide...
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Dysphagia due to Chemical Injury or Cervical Spine Injury

Lee YS

Caustic injury and spinal cord injury may induce pharyngeal and esophageal dysfunction, which frequently elicit dysphagia. Among the causes of dysphagia, these types of injury are related to anatomical and...
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