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711 Possible Causes for Spiral, cochlear, CREST, duct, of, right

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  • Waardenburg Syndrome

    These scores are comparable with those of other cochlear implantees.[] These clinical findings could be explained by the new classification of brain malformations, which takes into account the role of neural crest in Waardenburg syndrome.[] All rights reserved.[] […] generalised anomalies were attributed by Fisch [2] to a developmental fault in the neural crests which could account for the absence of the organ of corti and the aplasia of the spiral[] Rabson–Mendenhall syndrome ) NTRK1 ( Congenital insensitivity to pain with anhidrosis ) KIT ( KIT Piebaldism, Gastrointestinal stromal tumor ) STPK AMHR2 ( Persistent Müllerian duct[] This opens up new routes to the molecular dissection of neural crest disorders.[]

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  • Meningitis

    . 23 (pg. 823 - 4 ) 50 Cochlear malformations, meningitis, and cochlear implants: what have we learned?[] In this position, an imaginary line connecting the patient's posterior superior iliac crests would cross the L4-L5 interspace ( Figure 4 ).[] All rights reserved. No commercial use is permitted unless otherwise expressly granted. KEYWORDS: infection (neurology); neuroimaging; otolaryngology / ent[] Clinical relevance of complement... more Background Sclerosing pancreatitis is a unique form of pancreatitis that is characterized by irregular narrowing of the main pancreatic duct[] After multiple diagnostic and surgical procedures, a coexisting small fistulous duct between the posterior cranial fossa and the left Eustachian tube was identified as being[] All rights reserved.[]

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  • Autoimmune Inner Ear Disease

    However patients with an auto- immune hearing loss generally do very well with cochlear implants.[] Churg-Strauss Syndrome (CSS) or Eosinophilic Granulomatosis (EGPA) Cicatricial pemphigoid Cogan’s syndrome Cold agglutinin disease Congenital heart block Coxsackie myocarditis CREST[] MRI revealed a loss of CISS signal in the basal turn of the right cochlea.[] […] insults. 6 The most commonly reported endocochlear damages are cochlear vasculitis, atrophy of the organ of Corti, otic capsule otospongiosis, endolymphatic hydrops and spiral[] Sensorineural hearing loss may result because of involvement of the cochlear duct. Trauma: A trauma to the ear or head may cause temporary or permanent hearing loss.[] This response leads to an over-activation of other immune cells such as T helper cells, resulting in vascular changes and cochlear harm.[]

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  • Persistent Truncus Arteriosus

    Hasegawa, Ken-ichi Yamamura, Hiroshi Kogo, Nobuhiko Sawai, Toshiyuki Matsuzaki and Ben Hogan , Requirement of DLG1 for Cardiovascular Development and Tissue Elongation during Cochlear[] […] cells, now termed cardiac neural crest cells, in cardiovascular and pharyngeal arch development.[] We report a case of levojuxtaposition of the right atrial appendage associated with a persistant truncus arteriosus, type 4.[] […] per·sis·tent trun·cus ar·te·ri·o·'sus a congenital cardiovascular anomaly resulting from failure of development of the spiral aorticopulmonary septum and consisting of a common[] The patient in case 1 underwent bPAB at five days old, then biventricular repair was performed 10 days later because duct became restrictive despite prostaglandin administration[] Both great arteries were located in a normal spiral configuration. RESULTS: Ten babies (range: 3 days to 9 months of age) underwent this procedure.[]

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  • Vestibular Aqueduct Dilated

    Three-dimensional models of cochlear implants: A review of their development and how they could support management and maintenance of cochlear implant performance .[] […] postnatal period, depending on neumatization, especially in its length, in its most medial area. 4,5 However, in the most lateral area (the fundus), the transverse or falciform crest[] right stapedial muscle reflex.[] […] ranging from isolated enlargement of the vestibular aqueduct (dilated vestibular aqueduct, DVA) to Mondini dysplasia, a complex malformation in which the normal cochlear spiral[] Vestibular aqueduct enlargement is related to abnormal development of the endolymphatic duct and sac.[] […] distinctly triangular or trapezoidal shape at the axis of the basal turn or the basal and middle turn of the cochlea was outlined, excluding the free, thin part of the osseous spiral[]

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  • Congenital Deafness

    AIM: Identify the linguistic skills of children with cochlear implant.[] II Waardenburg syndrome (WS) is a largely autosomal dominant disorder characterised by pigmentary anomalies of the skin, hairs, eyes and various defects of other neural crest[] Abstract Right heart infective endocarditis presenting as an isolated apical mural mass is an extremely uncommon finding.[] Absence of spiral ganglion cells and their fibers was a prominent feature.[] Partial or complete loss of hair cells, and impaired functions of supporting cells, spiral ligaments, stria vascularis, the basilar membrane, spiral ganglion cells and of[] Table 2 Phenotypic features in BOR syndrome [7] Major anomalies, Minor anomalies, occurring 20% occurring 20% Hearing loss Preauricular tag Preauricular pits Lacrimal duct[]

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  • Cystic Duct Obstruction

    Bartholin's duct ( duct of Bartholin ) the larger and longer of the sublingual ducts. cochlear duct a spiral membranous tube in the bony canal of the cochlea between Reissner's[] All rights reserved.[] It has a spiral valve, which is a curved mucosal lining that is lined with deep folds.[] […] and the newly created tract between the gallbladder and the common hepatic duct.[] The cystic artery (branch of right hepatic artery) can often travel behind the cystic duct to supply the gallbladder.[] It contains ' spiral valves of Heister ', which do not provide much resistance to the flow of bile.[]

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  • Appendicitis

    K-sign was found positive extending to 12 th rib along lateral margin of psoas muscle from the iliac crest.[] This case illustrates the need to consider MCL when a patient presents to the emergency department with right lower quadrant pain.[] Can negative appendectomy rate be decreased by using spiral computed tomography without contrast material? Acta Chir Belg 2002 ;102:334–337.[] […] testes Urachal problems Streak ovaries Hernias Epigastric hernias Hiatal hernias Inguinal hernias& hydroceles Umbilical hernia Neck Disorders Parathyroid glands Thyroglossyl duct[] Co-existent fluid in right hemipelvis abutting the cecum and appendiceal tip was suggestive of acute appendicitis.[] After the 5th month of gestation, the appendix is shifted superiorly above the iliac crest, and the appendiceal tip is rotated medially into the right upper quadrant by the[]

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  • Lacrimal Duct Defect

    In all patients the lacrimal sac and duct were easily visualized as an echolucent defect bounded by the bony lacrimal crests.[] Bartholin's duct ( duct of Bartholin ) the larger and longer of the sublingual ducts. cochlear duct a spiral membranous tube in the bony canal of the cochlea between Reissner's[] : No change ICD-10-CM Codes Adjacent To H04.559 H04.539 Neonatal obstruction of unspecified nasolacrimal duct H04.54 Stenosis of lacrimal canaliculi H04.541 Stenosis of right[] Acronym LCDD Synonyms Lacrimal duct obstruction Nasolacrimal duct obstruction Disclaimer Any medical or genetic information present in this entry is provided for research,[] A 4–0 Vicryl suture is then used to engage the periosteum of the posterior lacrimal crest.[] Congenital dacryocystocele, an uncommon variant of nasolacrimal duct obstruction, characterized by the appearance of a cystic blue mass over the area of the lacrimal duct[]

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  • Thoracic Duct Fistula

    Bartholin's duct ( duct of Bartholin ) the larger and longer of the sublingual ducts. cochlear duct a spiral membranous tube in the bony canal of the cochlea between Reissner's[] […] side of the chest wall, (c) right lung, (d) right side of the heart, and (e) right surface of the liver.[] Abstract PEEP impedes thoracic duct drainage (LF). This can be counteracted by a thoracic duct fistula.[] Abstract Thoracic duct fistula is a rare but potentially serious complication of head and neck surgery.[] Around 75% of the lymph from the entire body (aside from the right upper limb, right breast, right lung and right side of the head and neck) passes through the thoracic duct[] BACKGROUND: Reoperation for recurrent thyroid cancer poses an increased risk of complications, including thoracic duct fistula.[]

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