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Computational fluid dynamics calculations in inferior turbinate surgery : a cohort study
Purpose: To investigate how the results of nasal computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations change due to inferior turbinate surgery and how the results correlate with patient specific subjective assessment and volumetric ...
Computational fluid dynamics assessed changes of nasal airflow after inferior turbinate surgery
Objective: To demonstrate how Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations can reveal important airflow changes in the nasal cavities due to surgical interventions. Material and methods: The steady inspiratory airflow ...
Radiological score of computed tomography scans predicts revision surgery for chronic rhinosinusitis
Objective. Evaluate computed tomography (CT) signs that predict need for revision endoscopic sinus surgery (ESS) of chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS). Methods. CRS patients (n = 48) underwent routine sinus CT scans and baseline ...
Identifying chronic rhinosinusitis without nasal polyps by analyzing aspirated nasal air with an electronic nose based on differential mobility spectrometry
Background: The diagnosis of chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) is a complicated procedure. An electronic nose (eNose) is a novel method that detects disease from gas-phase mixtures, such as human breath. Aims/Objectives: To ...
Ultra-low-dose CBCT scan : rational map for ear surgery
Purpose: This study will evaluate the clinical quality and usability of peripheral image data from the temporal bone area obtained using a sinonasal ultra-low-dose (ULD) cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) scan and compare ...
Satisfaction of young ENT surgeons with their work. A Finnish national study
The objective was to investigate work satisfaction among recently graduated otorhinolaryngologist–head and neck surgeons–(ENT surgeons). An electronic questionnaire was sent to all ENT surgeons graduated in Finland during ...
Three-Dimensional Printing of the Nasal Cavities for Clinical Experiments
3D printing has produced many beneficial applications for surgery. The technique´s applicability in replicating nasal cavity anatomy for clinical use has not been studied. Our aim was to determine whether 3D printing could ...