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October-December 2021| Vol 23| Issue 4

Review Article

Nonpharmacological management of posttonsillectomy pain

Tonsillectomy is a frequently performed surgical procedure by otolaryngologists. Patients' complaints of posttonsillectomy pain are unavoidable. Pain is a significant obstacle for rehabilitation...

Review Article

Amblyaudia: A common diagnosis or a diagnosis of exclusion?

Amblyaudia represents the spectrum of auditory processing deficits auditory processing deficits(APD) that are felt to be associated with asymmetric hearing loss (AHL) and may have detrimental effect...

Review Article

Otological manifestations in oral submucous fibrosis

Oral submucous fibrosis (OSMF) is a chronic and progressive disease where fibrous bands formed in the oral mucosa, resulting in severe restriction of movements of the jaw and also tongue. OSMF is on...

Original Article

Late facial nerve paralysis following tympanomastoid surgery: Our experiences at a tertiary care teaching hospital of Eastern India

Background: Although uncommon, late or delayed facial nerve paralysis has been reported after tympanomastoid surgeries. The exact etiopathogenesis for late-onset facial nerve paralysis after ...

Original Article

Parental awareness of risks and causes of hearing loss and the acceptance of the intervention in Taif City, Saudi Arabia

Background and Objectives: Pediatric hearing loss (HL) hinders or delays a child's auditory and speech development. This issue that results in anxiety and stress among parents affects the...

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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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