Resultados de la técnica septum bisagra en desviación de la punta nasal

Fecha de publicación:

Autores: Felip Ferrer Baixauli, Jordi Calvo Gómez, Adriana Lodeiro Colatosti, Alfonso A. Valverde Navarro, Jaime Maco Algarra

Abstract: Se expone una técnica útil para centrar una punta nasal desviada. Asocia desviación caudal de l tabique nasal y de los cartílagos alares. Altera la morfología de la punta por laterorrinia de su 1/3 inferior. Liberando septum nasal cortando el mismo para establecer mecanismo bisagra, interponiendo spreader y suturando el borde caudal del septum entre las cruras mediales o próximo a ellas mejoraremos la desviación y aportaremos cierta rotación a la punta

Área de la especialidad: Rinología

Datos bibliográficos: Rev. Otorrinolaringol. Cir. Cabeza Cuello 2022; 82: 435-442

Mexican Delphi Consensus to Use Favipiravir in Patients with COVID 19 (Expert Panel)

Fecha de publicación:

Autores: Herrera Garcia Jose Carlos, Colli Domínguez Andrea A, Galicia Sánchez Luz M, Vazquez Cortés Jesús J, Buenfil Gómez Carlos M, Cuilty Siller Carlos, López Sánchez Guillermo N, López de Lara Díaz Agustín, Casillas Suárez Catalina, and Bringas locela Erick W

Abstract: The SARS COV2 pandemic in 2020 associated with severe pneumonia has been the most prevalent clinical entity in the morbidity and mortality of the disease. New antiviral treatments have been used under different emergency protocols with the aim of reducing the spread of the virus and reducing its lethality. Since 2013, favipiravir is an antiviral used to treat resistant influenza. Recently, multiple studies in Japan, Russia and China have demonstrated its effectiveness under the inhibitory mechan

Área de la especialidad: Otorrinolaringologia, Neumología e Infectologia

Datos bibliográficos: Herrera García José Carlos*, Colli Domínguez Andrea A, Galicia Sánchez Luz M, Vazquez Cortés Jesús J, Buenfil Gómez Carlos M, et al. Mexican Delphi Consensus to Use Favipiravir in Patients with COVID 19 (Expert Panel). Am J Biomed Sci & Res. 2023 20(1) AJBSR. MS.ID.002677, DOI: 10.34297/AJBSR.2023.20.002677
Received: September 11, 2023; Published: September 20, 2023

Biological Response Dynamics to Cochlear Implantation: Modeling and Modulating the Electrode–Tissue Interface

Fecha de publicación: 02/02/2023

Autores: Ausili, Sebastian; Parreño, Matias; Fernandez, Florencia; Boccio, Carlos M; Di Lella, Federico A

Abstract:

Área de la especialidad: Otología

Datos bibliográficos: Ausili S, Parreño M, Fernandez F, Boccio CM and Di Lella FA (2022) Biological Response Dynamics to Cochlear Implantation: Modeling and Modulating the Electrode–Tissue Interface. Ear and Hearing 43(6):p 1687-1697, November/December 2022. DOI: 10.1097/AUD.0000000000001236

DNA Methylation Signature in Mononuclear Cells and Proinflammatory Cytokines May Define Molecular Subtypes in Sporadic Meniere Disease

Fecha de publicación: 01/10/2022

Autores: Flook M, Escalera-Balsera A, Gallego-Martinez A, Espinosa-Sanchez JM, Aran I, Soto-Varela A, Lopez-Escamez JA.

Abstract: No epigenetic studies have been performed on Meniere disease. We performed whole-genome bisulfite sequencing in 14 MD patients and six controls. We have also found 12 undermethylated regions (UMR) that were exclusive to MD, including two UMR in an inter CpG island in the PHB gene. We suggest that the DNA methylation signature allows distinguishing between MD patients and controls. The enrichment analysis confirms previous findings of a chronic inflammatory process.

Área de la especialidad: Otoneurologia

Datos bibliográficos: Flook M, Escalera-Balsera A, Gallego-Martinez A, Espinosa-Sanchez JM, Aran I, Soto-Varela A, Lopez-Escamez JA. DNA Methylation Signature in Mononuclear Cells and Proinflammatory Cytokines May Define Molecular Subtypes in Sporadic Meniere Disease. Biomedicines. 2021 Oct 25;9(11):1530. doi: 10.3390/biomedicines9111530. PMID: 34829759; PMCID: PMC8615058.

A Predictive Model of Bilateral Sensorineural Hearing Loss in Meniere Disease Using Clinical Data

Fecha de publicación: 01/05/2021

Autores: Moleon MDC, Torres-Garcia L, Batuecas-Caletrio A, Castillo-Ledesma N, Gonzalez-Aguado R, Magnoni L, Rossi M, Di Berardino F, Perez-Guillen V, Trinidad-Ruiz G, Lopez-Escamez JA.

Abstract: Meniere disease (MD) is defined by a clinical syndrome of recurrent attacks of spontaneous vertigo associated with tinnitus, aural fullness, and sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL). A predictive model including the age of onset, high frequency HL in the first audiogram and migraine can help to assess the risk of bilateral SNHL in MD. This model may have significant implications for clinical management of patients with MD.

Área de la especialidad: Otoneurologia

Datos bibliográficos: Moleon MDC, Torres-Garcia L, Batuecas-Caletrio A, Castillo-Ledesma N, Gonzalez-Aguado R, Magnoni L, Rossi M, Di Berardino F, Perez-Guillen V, Trinidad-Ruiz G, Lopez-Escamez JA. A Predictive Model of Bilateral Sensorineural Hearing Loss in Meniere Disease Using Clinical Data. Ear Hear. 2022 May/Jun;43(3):1079-1085. doi: 10.1097/AUD.0000000000001169. PMID: 34799494.

Improving Adherence to Myofunctional Therapy in the Treatment of Sleep-Disordered Breathing

Fecha de publicación: 09/12/2021

Autores: O’Connor-Reina, C.; Ignacio Garcia, J.M.; Rodriguez Alcala, L.; Rodríguez Ruiz, E.; Garcia Iriarte, M.T.; Casado Morente, J.C.; Baptista, P.; Plaza, G.

Abstract: Myofunctional therapy (MT) is used to treat sleep-disordered breathing. However, MT has low adherence—only ~10% in most studies. We describe our experiences with MT delivered through a mobile health app named Airway Gym®, which is used by patients who have rejected continuous positive airway pressure and other therapies. We compared ear, nose, and throat examination findings, Friedman stage, tongue-tie presence, tongue strength measured using the Iowa oral performance instrument (IOPI), and full

Área de la especialidad: RONCOPATIA Y TRASTORNOS RESPIRATORIOS DEL SUEÑO

Datos bibliográficos: O’Connor-Reina, C.; Ignacio Garcia, J.M.; Rodriguez Alcala, L.; Rodríguez Ruiz, E.; Garcia Iriarte, M.T.; Casado Morente, J.C.; Baptista, P.; Plaza, G. Improving Adherence to Myofunctional Therapy in the Treatment of Sleep-Disordered Breathing. J. Clin. Med. 2021, 10, 5772. https://doi.org/10.3390/jcm10245772

Optimal Arytenoid Position in Laryngeal Framework Surgery: An Anatomic Human Larynx Study

Fecha de publicación: Noviembre 2021

Autores: Elizabeth S Burckardt 1 , Gerardo Lopez-Guerra 1 , James B Kobler 1 , Monica A Tynan 1 , Robert H Petrillo 1 , Jarrad H Van Stan 1 , James A Burns 1 – 1 Department of Surgery, Harvard Medical School, Center for Laryngeal Surgery and Voice Rehabilitation, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Abstract: Anatomic consistency in cricoarytenoid anatomy provides reliable surgical landmarks for ideal placement of an arytenopexy suture to optimally reposition the arytenoid cartilage. Optimal arytenoid medialization can be accurately reproduced with an arytenopexy-suture that is placed superior-medially on the cricoid facet.

Área de la especialidad: Laringología

Datos bibliográficos: PMID: 33864644 DOI: 10.1002/lary.29578

Muscular Assessment in Patients With Severe Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome: Protocol for a Case-Control Study J

Fecha de publicación: 01/08/2021

Autores: Borrmann P, O’Connor-Reina C, Ignacio J, Rodriguez Ruiz E, Rodriguez Alcala L, Dzembrovsky F, Baptista P, Garcia Iriarte M, Casado Alba C, Plaza G

Abstract: Background:
Myofunctional therapy is currently a reasonable therapeutic option to treat obstructive sleep apnea-hypopnea syndrome (OSAHS). This therapy is based on performing regular exercises of the upper airway muscles to increase their tone and prevent their collapse. Over the past decade, there has been an increasing number of publications in this area; however, to our knowledge, there are no studies focused on patients who can most benefit from this therapy.

Área de la especialidad: RONCOPTIA Y TRASTORNOS RESPIRATORIOS DEL SUEÑO

Datos bibliográficos: JMIR Res Protoc 2021;10(8):e30500 URL: https://www.researchprotocols.org/2021/8/e30500 DOI: 10.2196/30500

Rare coding variants involving MYO7A and other genes encoding stereocilia link proteins in familial meniere disease.

Fecha de publicación: 15/09/2021

Autores: Roman-Naranjo P, Moleon MDC, Aran I, Escalera-Balsera A, Soto-Varela A, Bächinger D, Gomez-Fiñana M, Eckhard AH, Lopez-Escamez JA.

Abstract: Familial Meniere disease shows a co-segregation of rare variants in the MYO7A gene and other structural myosin VIIA binding proteins involved in the tip and ankle links of the hair cell stereocilia. We suggest that recessive digenic inheritance involving these genes could affect the ultrastructure of the stereocilia links in familial MD.

Área de la especialidad: Otoneurologia

Datos bibliográficos: 1. Roman-Naranjo P, Moleon MDC, Aran I, et al. Rare coding variants involving MYO7A and other genes encoding stereocilia link proteins in familial meniere disease. Hear Res. 2021;409:108329. doi:10.1016/j.heares.2021.108329

Burden of rare variants in synaptic genes in patients with severe tinnitus: An exome based extreme phenotype study.

Fecha de publicación: 01/04/2021

Autores: Sana Amanat, Álvaro Gallego-Martinez, Joseph Sollini, Patricia Perez-Carpena, Juan M. Espinosa-Sanchez, Ismael Aran, Andres Soto-Varela, Angel Batuecas,…

Abstract: A burden of rare variants in ANK2, AKAP9 and TSC2 genes is associated with severe tinnitus. ANK2, encodes a cytoskeleton scaffolding protein that coordinates the assembly of several proteins, drives axonal branching and influences connectivity in neurons.

Área de la especialidad: Audiología

Datos bibliográficos: Amanat S, Gallego-Martinez A, Sollini J, et al. Burden of rare variants in synaptic genes in patients with severe tinnitus: An exome based extreme phenotype study. EBioMedicine. 2021;66:103309. doi:10.1016/j.ebiom.2021.103309