1) We encountered 5 rare cases of pharyngolaryngeal
edema with dyspnea associated with mumps infection.
2]O for the entire duration of the procedure to minimise the risk of pharyngolaryngeal
While cautioning that a great deal more needs to be learned about pharyngolaryngeal
transplants, such as how chronic rejection will express itself in the larynx, the editorialist said the proposed indications for such transplants are reasonable.
Dermatologic Effects of Smokeless Tobacco Direct Effects Indirect Effects Localized gingival recession Oral carcinoma Increased dental caries Esophageal carcinoma Halitosis Pharyngolaryngeal
carcinomas Tooth discoloration Gastric carcinoma Tooth abrasions Oral leukoplakia
Treatment-emergent adverse events reported by at least 50% of patients included arthralgia, back pain, pyrexia, upper abdominal pain, pharyngolaryngeal
pain and headache.
Adverse reactions: The most frequent adverse reactions observed include headache, nasopharyngitis, sinusitis, pharyngolaryngeal
pain, upper respiratory infections, arthralgia, nasal congestion, and pain in extremities or back.
Special Considerations: Bitter taste, headache, epistaxis, pharyngolaryngeal
pain, and postnasal drip were adverse events reported in clinical trials that occurred more frequently among those treated with Patanase nasal spray vs.
The pectoralis myofascial flap in pharyngolaryngeal
surgery after radiotherapy.
The most common adverse reactions (rate greater than or equal to 1%) were headache, pharyngolaryngeal
pain, throat irritation, nausea, cough, rhinorrhea, dyspnea, chest discomfort, wheezing, retching and dizziness.
Adverse reactions: The most common side effects associated with therapy include headache, diarrhea, abdominal pain, upper respiratory tract infection, pharyngolaryngeal
pain, vomiting, and nausea.
Most common adverse events (>/=5%) in the GLOBE trial, regardless of attributability to telbivudine, were upper respiratory tract infection (14%), fatigue and malaise (12%), abdominal pain (12%), nasopharyngitis (11%), headache (11%), blood CPK increased (9%), cough (7%), nausea and vomiting (7%), influenza and influenza-like symptoms (7%), post-procedural pain (7%), diarrhea and loose stools (7%), and pharyngolaryngeal
15-17) The technique has also been applied to free jejunal pharyngolaryngeal
reconstruction, and it offers significant advantages in terms of low anastomoses, which would be difficult if not impossible to achieve with a standard hand-sewn anastomosis.