Research Article: Can I-Gel Replace Endotracheal Tube During Elective Cesarean Section?

Research Article: Can I-Gel Replace Endotracheal Tube During Elective Cesarean Section?

The I-gel is a useful supraglottic device and can replace the need of tracheal intubation in elective cesarean section with no reported serious complications and low incidences of pharyngolaryngeal morbidity when compared to tracheal intubation.

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Research Article: Case report: A Novel and Predictable Way for Maxillary Sinus Elevation: The Lateral Window Fenestrated Corticotomy (LFC) Technique

Research Article: Case report: A Novel and Predictable Way for Maxillary Sinus Elevation: The Lateral Window Fenestrated Corticotomy (LFC) Technique

Maxillary sinus elevation is a procedure done to increase the subantral vertical bony dimension to aid implant placement. A common complication arising from this is the perforation of the sinus (Schneiderian) membrane. This case report aims to introduce a novel and predictable way of elevating the Schneiderian membrane.

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Research article: Nasopharyngeal Tuberculosis: Epidemiology, Mechanism of Infection, Clinical Manifestations, and Management

Research article: Nasopharyngeal Tuberculosis: Epidemiology, Mechanism of Infection, Clinical Manifestations, and Management

Nasopharyngeal tuberculosis is a rare disorder. It usually occurs via hematogenous and lymphatic spread from coexistent pulmonary or systemic tuberculosis, and by airway during respiration or bacillary expectoration.

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