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July-September 2022| Vol 24| Issue 3

Original Article

Clinical features and surgical outcomes of branchial cleft cyst at a tertiary care hospital, Saudi Arabia, a retrospective study

Background: Branchial cleft anomalies are the second-most common congenital malformation in the head-and-neck region. They arise from persistent ruminants of pharyngeal clefts and pouches and...


Original Article

Types of allergens among patients undergoing skin allergy testing in the south region of Saudi Arabia

Background: Allergy skin testing can help identify the specific causative allergens to confirm the diagnosis and design treatment for Allergic rhinitis. Objective: The study aimed to a...


Original Article

Approach to pediatric esophageal foreign body ingestion: An experience of 117 cases in a tertiary care center

Background: Foreign body (FB) ingestion is a frequent home accident in the pediatric population and is one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality in children. We aimed to describe t...


Original Article

Remote programming of cochlear implants: The coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic experience

Objectives: This work aimed to study the feasibility and stakeholders' satisfaction with remote programming (RP) of cochlear implants. Materials and Methods: This prospective study...


Original Article

Height measurement and ultrasound assessment of subglottic region for the estimation of appropriate endotracheal tube size in pediatric population

Background: Choosing the appropriate endotracheal tube (ETT) size in pediatric patients is crucial to guarantee well ventilation and reliable end-tidal gas monitoring. Different methods have ...


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Saudi Journal of Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery, a publication of Saudi Otorhinolaryngology Society, is a peer-reviewed online Semiannual journal.

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