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Sneezing Is A Biological Response To The Nose's 'Blue Screen Of Death'
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Audiologia-foniatriaNew research in The FASEB Journal suggests that sneezing is the body's natural reboot and that patients with disorders of the nose such as sinusitis can't reboot, explaining why they sneeze more often than others Who would have thought that our nos ... ...
 
Vertigo Sufferers May Benefit From The Decoding Of The Secrets Of Balance
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Audiologia-foniatriaNew understanding of how the brain processes information from inner ear offers hope for sufferers of vertigo If you have ever looked over the edge of a cliff and felt dizzy, you understand the challenges faced by people who suffer from symptoms of ve ... ...
 
What Are The Best Methods For Treating Esophageal Cancer
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Audiologia-foniatria A multi-national team of researchers has found in the world's largest review on the best methods to manage and treat common pre-cancerous and cancerous conditions of the esophagus that good endoscopy equipment, more endoscopic surgery and more tiss ... ...
 
New Study Reveals Racial Disparities In Voice Box-Preserving Cancer Treatment
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Audiologia-foniatriaA new epidemiological study led by UC Davis researchers reveals significant racial disparities in the use of non-surgical larynx-preservation therapy for locally advanced laryngeal cancer... ... ...
 
African-Americans With Throat Cancer And HPV Have Greater Chance Of Survival
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Audiologia-foniatriaEven though the human papillomavirus (HPV) is a risk factor for certain head and neck cancers, its presence could make all the difference in terms of survival, especially for African Americans with throat cancer, say Henry Ford Hospital researchers.. ... ...
 
Treatment of central giant cell lesions using bisphosphonates with intralesional corticosteroid injections
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Audiologia-foniatriaCentral giant cell lesions are benign intraosseous proliferative lesions that have considerable local aggressiveness. Nonsurgical treatment methods, such as intralesional corticosteroid injections, systemic calcitonin and interferon have been reporte ... ...
 
Bilateral osteoporotic bone marrow defects of the mandible: a case report
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Audiologia-foniatriaOsteoporotic bone marrow defect of the jaws has been reported as a poorly demarcated radiolucency that affect mainly posterior mandible of middle-aged woman. The incidence of this condition is not exactly established and its pathogenesis remains unkn ... ...
 
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