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Single photon emission computed tomography-computed tomography visualization of sentinel lymph nodes for lymph flow guided nodal irradiation in oral tongue cancer

Novikov SN, Krzhivitskii PI, Radgabova ZA, Kotov MA, Girshovich MM, Artemyeva AS, Melnik YS, Kanaev SV

Purpose: To evaluate correlation of single photon emission computed tomography-computed tomography (SPECT-CT) data on lymph flow (LF) from oral tongue cancer (OC) and the topography of lymph nodes (LN) metastases;...
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Single-Stage Peninsula-Shaped Lateral Tongue Flap Reconstruction for Buccal Defects in Two Patients: Revisiting a Simple and Safe Reconstructive Option

Kong YT, Lim SY, Kim J, Shin HW, Kim KN

Intraoral defects are increasingly reconstructed using free flaps. However, certain situations may render free flap reconstruction difficult. This study presents two cases with underlying comorbidities that underwent reconstruction of buccal...
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Effectiveness of four ultrasonographic parameters as predictors of difficult intubation in patients without anticipated difficult airway

Agarwal R, Jain G, Agarwal A, Govil N

Background: Predicting difficult intubation (DI) is a key challenge, as no single clinical predictor is sufficiently valid to predict the outcome. We evaluated the effectiveness of four upper airway ultrasonographic...
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Induction chemotherapy followed by concurrent chemoradiotherapy versus CCRT for locally advanced hypopharynx and base of tongue cancer

Lim SH, Sun JM, Hong J, Oh D, Ahn YC, Chung MK, Jeong HS, Son YI, Ahn MJ, Baek CH, Park K

Background/Aims: Clinical trials have not consistently supported the use of induction chemotherapy (IC) for locally advanced head and neck squamous cell cancer. Hypopharynx and base of tongue (BOT) cancer has...
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The Effect of Frenotomy on the Tongue Length, Motion, and Speech According to Age

Kim JE, Keum BR, Li SW, Park SM, Kwon B, Kim H, Park IS

Background and Objectives Ankyloglossia often results in articulation disorders, which depends on age, articulation ability, and mobility of the tongue. A primary treatment strategy includes surgery and/or speech therapy. This...
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Isolated Complete Tongue Paralysis as a Manifestation of Focal Cortical Infarction

Kang YR, Choi HS, Park HJ, Kim S, Kang KH, Park JW, Park MS, Cho KH

Although isolated contralateral tongue deviation following unilateral cortical infarction was occasionally reported, the unilateral lesion usually produces no significant deficit of tongue motility considering bilateral supranuclear innervation of the hypoglossal...
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Development of a Tongue Immobilization Device Using a 3D Printer for Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy of Nasopharyngeal Cancer Patients

Ju SG, Ahn YC, Kim Yb, Park SG, Choi Ym, Na CH, Hong CS, Oh D, Kwon DY, Kim CC, Kim DH

Purpose This study aimed to reduce radiation doses to the tongue, a patient-specific semi-customized tongue immobilization device (SCTID) was developed using a 3D printer for helical tomotherapy (HT) of nasopharyngeal...
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Salivary secretion and salivary stress hormone level changes induced by tongue rotation exercise

Mizuhashi F, Koide K

PURPOSE. Prevention of xerostomia and stress is important to prolong healthy life expectancy and improve the quality of life. We aimed to investigate the effects of tongue rotation exercise for...
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Atypical Lipomatous Tumor/Well-Differentiated Liposarcoma Arising from the Tongue: case report

Kim YC, Ryu S, Won SJ, Park JJ

Liposarcomas are common mesenchymal malignant tumors arising from adipose tissue. Although liposarcomas are the most frequent type of soft tissue sarcomas, accounting for approximately 20% of all soft tissue sarcomas,...
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Isolated Tongue Deviation in Corona Radiata Infarction

Ryu HS, Kim YW

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Analyzing the factors that influence occult metastasis in oral tongue cancer

Shin JH, Yoon HJ, Kim SM, Lee JH, Myoung H

Objectives: We accessed the various clinico-histopathological factors, and their association with occult metastasis (OM) in oral tongue squamous cell carcinoma (OTSCC). Materials and Methods: One hundred-nine patients with OTSCC were divided...
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Feasibility Study of Google’s Teachable Machine in Diagnosis of Tooth-Marked Tongue

Jeong H

Background: A Teachable Machine is a kind of machine learning web-based tool for general persons. In this paper, the feasibility of Google’s Teachable Machine (ver. 2.0) was studied in the...
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Comparative evaluation of the ultrastructural morphology and distribution of filiform and fungiform tongue papillae in Egyptian mice, fruit bats and long-eared hedgehogs

Haggag T, Mahmoud EF, Salem ZA, AbuBakr N

The tongue is a specialized vital organ. It aids in mastication, deglutition and food digestion. It also shares in the perception of taste sensation as it possesses various gustatory papillae....
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A Case of Extranodal NK/T-cell Lymphoma at the Base of Tongue

Ho HJ, Han JH, Jang JY

Extranodal Natural Killer (NK)/T-cell lymphoma, nasal type, is a subtype of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, strongly associated with Epstein-Barr virus. Extranodal NK/T-cell lymphoma mostly affects the nasal cavity and there has been...
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Association of Tongue Pressure with Swallowing Function and Quality of Life in Parkinson’s Disease

Kim J, Choi KH, Song YJ, Chung SJ, Park KW, Song KJ, Son WC, Ahn HJ

Objective: The purpose of this study was to verify the hypothesis, by performing objective measurements, that tongue pressure will have an association with swallowing function in patients with Parkinson’s disease....
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Treatment of intramuscular lipoma of tongue with enveloped mucosal flap design: a case report and review of the literature

Hur SH, Lim JS, Choi SG, Kang JY, Jung JH, Lee EY

Background Lipomas are benign soft tissue neoplasms of mature adipose tissue commonly occurring in the trunk or extremities. But, intraoral lipomas are rare entities which may be only noticed during routine...
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Changes in the hyoid bone, tongue, and oropharyngeal airway space after mandibular setback surgery evaluated by cone-beam computed tomography

Kim SH, Choi SK

Background Mandibular setback surgery can change the position of the mandible which improves occlusion and facial profile. Surgical movement of the mandible affects the base of the tongue, hyoid bone, and...
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The effect of the tongue in groove technique on the nasolabial angle and nasal tip projection

Khabir F, Sezavar K, Bohluli B, Mesgarzadeh V, Tavakoli H

Background The tongue in groove technique (TIG) is a useful technique for the correction of the nasal tip projection and the nasolabial angle. The purpose of this study was to determine...
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The Role of a Preoperative CT for the Accurate Diagnosis of a Lingual Osteoma: A Case Report

Kang H, Chung MS, Byun JS, Lee EJ, Kim HS, Lee SY

An osteoma of the tongue is a rare benign tumor, typically located in the posterior one-third of the tongue. Several etiological hypotheses have been proposed in previous literature reviews. Herein,...
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The Changes for Strength of Oropharyngeal Muscles in Patients with Dementia and Dysphagia

Ji EK, Wang HH, Jung SJ, Lee KB, Kim JS, Hong BY, Kim TW, Lim SH

Although dysphagia is an important health problem and one of the determinants of quality of life in patients with dementia, the neurophysiologic changes of dysphagia in dementia have not been...
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