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Voice in T1b glottic tumours, intratympanic steroids for salvage in sensorineural hearing loss, intranasal steroids for obstructive sleep apnoea and a new procedure for post-radiation nasal stenosis

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2 J Dallan , S Fortunato , AP Casani , E Panicucci , S Berrettini , R Lenzi Intratympanic methylprednisolone as first-line therapy in sudden sensorineural hearing loss: preliminary results from a case-control series. J Laryngol Otol 2011;125:1004–8

3 RL Heywood , SN Ifeacho , AA. Narula Effect of intratympanic steroid administration on sensorineural hearing loss associated with acute otitis media. J Laryngol Otol 2016;130:532–5

8 AP Bath , PD. Bull Management of upper airway obstruction in Pierre Robin sequence. J Laryngol Otol 1997;111:1155–7

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