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Phonocephalography: a simple, low-cost non-invasive diagnostic technique: Continued data reporting

  • Sayed Tewfik (a1)


This article presents the phonocephalographic data reported in one case of glomus jugulare tumour, representing local haemodynamic disturbances; and one case with an aortic lesion with pulsating tinnitus, representing systemic haemodynamic disturbances.


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Dr. Sayed Tewfik, M.D., Post Office Box 158, Maadi, Cairo, Egypt.


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Tewfik, S. (1974) Journal of Laryngology and Otology, 88: 869875.
Tewfik, S., and Aziz, M. (1976) Proceedings of the 29th Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology,Boston, Massachusetts.
Tewfik, S. (1982) ‘Phonocephalography and pulsatile tinnitus in surface cerebral angioma’. Accepted for publication in the Journal of Laryngology and Otology.
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