Proceedings of the 19 th Otorhinolaryngology head and neck surgery national congress (PERHATIKL 2022)

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Peer-Review Statements

Yussy Afriani Dewi, Hamsu Khadriyan, Sinta Sari Ratunanda, Mohamad Razif Mohamad, Sandeep Uppal, Pongsakorn Tantilipikorn
All of the articles in this proceedings volume have been presented at the 19th PERHATI KL National Congress during 27-29 October 2022 in Indonesia. These articles have been peer reviewed by the members of the 19th PERHATI KL National Congress and approved by the Editor-in-Chief, who affirms that this...
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Allergic Rhinitis from Disease Discovery to Patient Management

Teti Madiadipoera, Refika Padmis Sunaryo
Allergic rhinitis (AR) is a clinically defined disorder of the nose characterized by symptoms triggered by allergen exposure, leading to an IgE-mediated inflammation. It is a global health problem affecting up to 50% of the world's population, with symptoms extending beyond nasal obstruction, rhinorrhea,...
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Immunotherapy in Head and Neck Cancer

Erick Maulana Yusup, Yussy Afriani Dewi
Introduction Head and neck cancer is the 8th with the highest mortality rate and a low 5-year survival rate of 40-50%. In patients who experience recurrence or metastases, especially in nasopharyngeal cancer and are HPV-positive, first-line immunotherapy can be performed through immune...
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The Role of Nimotuzumab and an Anti-Egfr Mab, in the Treatment of Locally Advanced Scchn

Nur Akbar Aroeman, Andrio Raymos
SCCHN is a group of neoplasms that develop in the epithelium of the upper gastrointestinal and airway, and it is a diverse disease. Approximately 65,000 individuals were estimated to be affected by SCCHN in the US in 2019, while a significant number of new cancer diagnoses in the oral cavity, pharynx,...
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Extraction Oesophageal Foreign Body with Rigid Esophagoscopy

Gama Antares, R. Ayu Hardianti Saputri, Mohammad Adithya Prawiranata
Objective Ingesting foreign objects can happen accidentally or on intentionally. Accidental foreign body (FB) ingestion happens in adults, most frequently in elderly edentulous, subjects with mental health disorders, or subjects who are intoxicated. Pediatric patients are the most frequently...
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Incidence of Foreign Body in Otolaryngology Section in Hasan Sadikin General Hospital, During Pandemic Era

Havez Kleib, R. Ayu Hardianti Saputri
Foreign bodies in the ears, nose, and throat are one of the most common cases in the otolaryngology emergency unit in a hospital. Delays in treatment can lead to increased morbidity and mortality. This study aims to determine the characteristics of patients with foreign bodies in the ears, nose, and...
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Number Patient Visits of Otorhinolaryngological Head and Neck Surgery at Hasan Sadikin Hospital During Covid-19 Pandemic

Rana Mufidah Raydian, Wijana
Background: Otorhinolaryngology head and neck surgery (ORL-HNS) can cause symptoms similar to COVID-19. During the COVID-19 pandemic, many ENT-HNS patients were reluctant to take ENT-HNS-related complaints to the hospital due to negative stigma, advice to stay at home, and fear of misinformation about...
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Hearing Status of Premature Children at Hasan Sadikin General Hospital on 2018-2020

Wijana, Ghina Aghniya
Introduction Hearing disorder is one of the most common disorder in children causing negative effect in their development. This might be caused by several factors including prematurity, low birth weight, asphyxia, hyperbilirubinemia, and medication. Therefore, children with known risk...
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Long-Term Outcome in Patients Treated for Maxillofacial Fractures

Ifiq Budiyan Nazar, Shinta Fitri Boesoirie
Background Previous study reported that facial fracture sequelae can affect patient’s quality of life. The treatment of maxillofacial fracture ranges from conservative treatment to surgery. The aim of our study is to assess the outcome in patients treated for maxillofacial fractures,...
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Characteristics of Microtia Patients at Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung General Hospital Period 2017 – 2022

Fakhri Muhammad Suradi Kartanegara, Shinta Fitri Boesoerie
Background Microtia is a congenital disorder in which the ears are smaller than normal. The incidence of microtia varies from every 1200 births, up to 5000-7000 births, unfortunately the number in Indonesia is not known because there is no collection of data specifically on microtia....
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Characteristics of Facial Bone Fractures in Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery Department - Dr. Hasan Sadikin General Hospital Bandung Period January 2016 – January 2021

Ikhbar Falah, Nur Akbar
Introduction Facial bone fracture is one of the causes of patient visits to the emergency department. The epidemiology of facial bone fractures differs not only between populations but also has continued to change over the last few decades. Data collection in term length regarding the...
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Adult Laryngeal Hemangioma: A Rare Case Report

Fauzia Latifah Supriyadi, Novialdi, Putri Sari Ivanny, Pamelia Mayorita
Introduction Benign vascular tumors known as hemangiomas are frequently observed in the head and neck area. Hemangiomas are more common in infantile and can regress spontaneously. In adults, laryngeal hemangioma is extremely rare. They may occur in supraglottic and glottic regions that...
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Characteristics of Patient with Emergency Tracheostomy in the Covid-19 Era

Y. Erick Maulana, S. Raden Ayu Hardianti, S. Ongka Muhammad
Background Emergency tracheostomy is surgical procedure which is increasingly being performed. Tracheostomy is surgical opening in trachea which creating opening in anterior tracheal wall and converting it into stoma. Emergency tracheostomy is indicated when an upper airway obstruction...
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Conservative Management of Subcutaneous Emphysema: A Case Series

Fitri Septiani, R. Ayu Hardianti Saputri, Agung Dinasti Permana, Mohammad Adithya Prawiranata
Subcutaneous emphysema is a condition characterized by the presence of air within the tissues beneath the skin, particularly in the chest wall, neck, and other areas of the body. It can occur due to various reasons, including surgical procedures, traumatic injuries to the thoracic cavity, neck, and sinus...
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Vallecular CYST in Neonates: A Case Report

Raden Dimas Hardiana Putra, Raden Ayu Hardianti Saputri, Ongka Muhammad Saifuddin, Mohammad Adithya Prawiranata
Introduction Congenital valvular cysts are rare and can present with acute airway obstruction with wheezing as a chief complaint in neonates and young children. In absent of early detection and appropriate treatment, airway obstruction can cause severe morbidity and mortality. Symptoms...
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Characteristics of Hoarseness in Hasan Sadikin Hospital Bandung 2015-2019

Mohammad Adithya Prawiranata
Background Hoarseness is a symptom that is often found in the ORL-HNS polyclinic. The incidence rate of hoarseness in the world is 1.16% and the annual prevalence is 33.3%. Purpose: This study aims to determine the characteristics of patients with hoarseness in Hasan Sadikin Hospital...
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Ligasure (Bipolar Vessel Sealing Device) for Tonsillectomy in Rsu Pku Muhammadiyah Bantul, A Case Series

Rizky Firmansyah
Introduction The most frequent treatment carried out by ORL-HNS is a tonsillectomy, which has a risk of a lengthy recovery period owing to bleeding. Numerous colleagues have utilized LigaSure to facilitate surgery. We want to talk about our experiences using this equipment during tonsillectomy...
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Reinke’s Edema

Okky Irawan, Dian Paramita Wulandari
A persistent buildup of fluid in the subepithelial layer of the genuine vocal cord mucosa is known as Reinke’s edema . Minimal intervention and superficial excision with edema evacuation and preservation of the medial margin of the vocal fold to enhance voice quality are the two key therapeutic tenets...
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Characteristics of Laryngopharyngeal Reflux in Patients of Dr. Hasan Sadikin Hospital Bandung 2017 – 2021

Ekky Rizky Maulana, R. Ayu Hardianti Saputri
Background Laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR) is a disease caused by the backflow of stomach contents into the laryngopharynx. In 2018, 20-30% of patients with laryngeal complaints were diagnosed with LPR in Indonesia. Aims: To determine the prevalence of LPR cases at Dr. Hasan Sadikin General...
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Tracheostomy Procedures Overview During Covid-19 Pandemic at Bandung Hasan Sadikin Hospital

Yolanda Arlita Anastasia, Sinta Sari Ratunanda
COVID-19 is a contagious disease caused by SARS-CoV-2. Roughly 15-30% of individuals diagnosed with COVID-19 suffer from severe symptoms, such as ARDS, which requires intensive care and breathing assistance via intubation, mechanical ventilation, and tracheostomy. The objective of this study is to examine...
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Conformance of Mc Isaac Modification of Centor Score with Microorganisms of Tonsil Core Tissue in Chronic Tonsillitis Patients

Yerni Karnita, Safarianti, Lily Setiani, Benny Kurnia, Zinatul Hayati
Background: A viral, bacterial, or fungal infection may cause tonsillitis, which is an inflammation of the palatine tonsils. The McIsaac modified Centor score, which differs from the original Centor score in that it only applied to patients who were at least 15 years old, is a tool for predicting tonsillitis...
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Risk Factors for Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) in Staff of Dr. Hasan Sadikin Hospital Bandung

Sinta Sari Ratunanda, Melati Sudiro, Eveline Sabrina Ranti
Background: Referring to the risk factors for Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) in adults, especially found on the staff of Dr. Hasan Sadikin Hospital are hypertension, diabetes mellitus, and stroke. Recognizing risk factors for OSA is very important so that OSA management can be comprehensive with improvement...
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Description of Patient Profile Undergoing Tracheostomy at Rsup Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung in 2021

Dara Fuji Rahayu, Ongka Muhammad Saifuddin
Introduction Tracheostomy is a surgical procedure that involves placing a tube through a skin incision above the trachea, allowing for direct access to the airway. It is commonly performed in intensive care units for indications such as airway obstruction, air safety during ventilation, and patient comfort...
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Tracheostomy in Short Neck Patient: A Case Report

Tri Noviasari Putri, Hikmah Fitria, Beny Kurnia, Lily Setiani
Background: Procedure tracheostomy may be performed quickly, but it can also be challenging in patients with burns, acute sickness, post-head traumas, juvenile patients, obesity, short necks, and masses in the neck that impede access to the trachea. The potential of difficulties after a tracheostomy...
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Overview of Factors Associated with Deep Neck Abscecss at Hasan Sadikin Hospital Bandung

Ilman Fathony Martanegara, Sinta Sari Ratunanda, Ongka Muhammad Saifuddin, Wijana, Ratna Anggraeni Agustian, Dindy Samiadi
BACKGROUND: The neck abscess is influenced many factors such as age, sex, socioeconomic, neck space, origin infection, and comorbid. OBJECTIVE: To determine the overview of factor that successfully affect treatment of the deep neck abscess in the period January 2015 to December 2019 at ENT Head and Neck...
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Management of Bilateral Acute Low Tone Sensorineural Hearing Loss (ALHL)

Rini Yoanita, Rossy Rosalinda
Introduction: In the ORL-HNS, acute low-tone sensorineural hearing loss (ALHL) is an emergency that needs to be treated right away. The hearing loss in ALHL is restricted to low-tone frequencies, and it has a superior prognosis compared to idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing loss (ISSNHL). The administration...
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Clinical, Audiological and Radiological Features of Bilateral Enlarged Vestibular Aqueducts Syndrome: Case Series

Selvie Sira, Masyita Gaffar, Sri Wartati
Background: Enlarge Vestibular Aqueducts (EVA) is a vestibular aqueduct dilation bigger than 1 mm which can cause progressive hearing loss. EVA diagnosis regards clinical features, audiological examination, CT Scan and/or MRI. Objectives: Describing the knowledge about clinical features, audiological...
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Absolute Wave Latency of Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) in Children at Hasan Sadikin General Hospital Bandung

Era Yulian Ineka, Wijana, Sally Mahdiani, Yanti Nurrokhmawati
Introduction: Children’s hearing problem will influence development, especially speech and language. Early detection is essential, but Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) reference for Indonesian hasn’t been present yet. Objective: to determine absolute wave latency of ABR in children Methods: A retrospective...
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Incidental Finding of Hearing Loss in Patients before the Intra-arterial Heparin Flushing (IAHF) Procedure

Elvita Rahmi Daulay, Delfitri Munir, Aznan Lelo, Terawan Agus Putranto
Background: Hearing loss is often not addressed by the patient. Patients underwent pure tone audiometry test before the Intra-arterial Heparin Flushing (IAHF) procedure, and some patients had hearing loss. Objective: The purpose of this study is to find out how patients describe their hearing...
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Post-COVID Vaccination Hearing Disorder

Denis Anugrah Oktrivianto, Sally Mahdiani, Yussy Afriani Dewi
Introduction: COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, with vaccination as a preventive measures. Hearing loss is a side effect of the COVID-19 vaccination. Purpose: to understand side effects of the COVID-19 vaccination on hearing loss. Literature Review: Post-vaccination hearing...
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Compatibility of Visual Reinforcement Audiometry (VRA) to Brainstem Evoked Response Audiometry (BERA) in Dr. Hasan Sadikin General Hospital Bandung

Amalia Triakumara, Wijana, Shinta Fitri Boesoirie
Background: Hearing impairment can interfere with a patient's quality of life, especially children. Early diagnosis of hearing impairment is critical. Currently, OAE and BERA are the standard test for hearing impairment screening, but these tests are costly and require experienced professionals...
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Hearing Threshold before and after Tympanoplasty at Hasan Sadikin General Hospital in 2018–2020

Santi Fitriani Sidabalok, Wijana, Lina Lasminingrum, Agung Dinasti Permana
Background: Tympanoplasty is a middle ear reconstructive surgical procedure as one of the management in tympanic membrane perforations. Over time, more hearing improvements are seen with tympanoplasty, with the highest threshold improvement ranging from 1-5 dB. Objective: To determine the hearing threshold...
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Characteristics of Pediatric Patients with Hearing Disorders

At Hasan Sadikin Hospital in 2020 – 2021

Guntur Benedict, Sally Mahdiani
Background: When a person has a hearing threshold of more than 25 dB at frequencies of 500, 1000, 2000, and 4000 Hz, they are said to have hearing loss, which can affect one or both ears and affect them in mild or severe degrees. Objective: Observing the traits of children who have hearing...
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Profile of Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma in Dr. Wahidin Sudirohusodo Hospital Makassar 2011 – 2021

Cita Nurinsani Akhmad, Nova Audrey Luetta Pieter
Background: Nasopharyngeal carcinoma (NPC) is Indonesia’s most common type of head and neck malignancy. NPC presents non-specific signs and symptoms, which lead to late or missed diagnoses. Early detection and prevention are important based on the NPC profile. Objective: This study aims to reveal NPC’s...
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Giant Branchial Cleft Cyst of the Neck

A Case Report

Rian Kurniawan Laksono, Sagung Rai Indrasari, Camelia Herdini, Danu Yudistira, Artanto Wahyono
Background: Branchial cleft cyst is a benign lesion of the neck caused by altered development of branchial apparatus. It is one of the most common congenital lesions of the neck, usually diagnosed before adulthood. The cyst can increase in size and cause asymmetry of the neck. Purpose: To provide information...
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Compatibility of Histopatological with Regional Metastases in Sinonasal Carcinoma Stage IV: Two Case Reports and Literature Review

Sova Fitria, Benny Kurnia, Lily Setiani
Background: Sinonasal carcinoma is a malignant tumor found in the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses. Symptoms and signs that are caused a rarely found in the early stages which make the diagnosis delay it reaches an advanced stage. Lymph nodes regional metastases in sinonasal carcinoma are rare, but...
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Juvenile Nasopharyngeal Angiofibroma Characteristics at Dr. Wahidin Sudirohusodo Hospital Makassar 2011–2021

Nova Audrey Luetta Pieter, Yanneca Bamba Pirade, Rizky Amalia Wakano
Introduction: An uncommon benign tumor of the head and neck, known as juvenile nasopharyngeal angiofibroma, is more common in male adolescents. It is an aggressive, malignant tumor. Aim: to learn the characteristics of Juvenile Nasopharyngeal Angiofibroma at Dr. Wahidin Sudirohusodo Hospital Makassar’s...
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Risk Factors of Thyroid Gland Malignancy

Widya Maulina Lestari, Yussy Afriani Dewi, Sally Mahdiani
Introduction: Thyroid gland malignancy is the fifth most common endocrine malignancy in women, which is classified into differentiated and undifferentiated carcinoma. Risk factors of thyroid gland malignancy consist of individual, family history and exposure to irradiation. Purpose: to discuss risk factors...
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Epidemiology of Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma: Understanding the Interplay of Genetic and Environmental Factors

Andrio Raymos, Shinta Firti Boesoirie, Yussy Afriani Dewi
Background: Nasopharyngeal carcinoma (NPC) is a cancer that occurs in the nasopharyngeal area and has a unique epidemiology with varying incidence rates around the world. The epidemiological characteristics of NPC show the interaction of genetic and environmental factors. Purpose: The purpose of this...
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Predictors and Assessment of Head and Neck Malignancy-Related Pain

Venny Tiursani Sarumpaet, Yussy Afriani Dewi, Sally Mahdiani
Introduction: Head and neck malignancy is reported to be increasing in countries and have a much higher pain perception. The pain prevalence in head and neck malignancy patients is approximately 70% and is often reported to be inadequately treated. Objective: identify predictor factors to determine patients...
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Patient Characteristics of Laryngeal Carcinoma at RSUP DR. Hasan Sadikin Bandung in 2017-2022

Gracia Cintia Massie, Agung Dinasti Permana, Shinta Fitri Boesoirie
Introduction: Globally, the incidence and prevalence of laryngeal carcinoma vary significantly, and the disease is more common in men and typically affects those over 65 years old. It is therefore essential to raise awareness of the risk factors and symptoms of this disease, as well as the importance...
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Neck Dissection and Its Surgery Procedure

Yussy Afriani Dewi, Annika Famiasti
Introduction: 40% of patients with SCC have regional dissemination at diagnosis. In patients with lymph node metastases, survival rates decrease by 50% in all SCCs. Purpose: to discuss the classification and procedure of neck dissection. Literature Review: One of the prognostic determinants of head and...
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Agung Dinasti Permana, Rano Digdayan Makerto
Background Laryngeal cancer is a malignancy that occurs in the larynx and arises from larynx squamous epithelial tissue. Treatment can be done with radiotherapy, chemotherapy, and laryngectomy to control the disease. Objective ...
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Platelet to Lymphocytes Ratio in the Clinical Stage of Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma

Goesti Yudistira, Yussy Afriani Dewi, Melati Sudiro
Background: Nasopharyngeal carcinoma (NPC) is an undifferentiated form of squamous cell carcinoma arising from the epithelium of the nasopharynx and is the most common head and neck cancer in Southeast Asia. Inflammation has been shown to have a significant influence on tumor growth in humans. Platelet...
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Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma: Metastases and Clinical Considerations

Yussy Afriani Dewi, Era Yulian Ineka
Nasopharyngeal carcinoma (NPC) is a challenging cancer due to its tendency for local recurrence and distant metastasis, with bone metastasis being the most common site of metastases. This review explores the etiological role of Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) infection in NPC tumorigenesis and discusses the...
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Chemotherapy in the Treatment of Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Head and Neck

Ghina Aghniya, Yussy Afriani Dewi
Head and neck squamous cell carcinomas (HNSCCs) rank as the sixth most prevalent cancer globally. Despite advancements in combined therapies, the overall survival rate after five years remains approximately 40% to 50%. The burden of HNSCC varied by region and related with exposure to tobacco-deriived...
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Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma: Understanding Anatomy and Radiotherapy Side Effects

Yolanda Arlita Anastasia, Yussy Afriani Dewi, Lina Lasminingrum
Nasopharyngeal carcinoma (NPC) is a rare squamous cell carcinoma with a global incidence rate of less than 1 per 100,000 individuals per year, predominantly found in Asia, particularly China, India, Vietnam, and Malaysia. In Indonesia, NPC ranks fourth among tumors, with 15,000 new cases annually, imposing...
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Congenital Cholesteatoma with Posterior Canal Wall Destruction in an Adult

Maximiliano Agustian Mahardhika, Eka Putra Setiawan
Background: Congenital cholesteatoma is a mass behind an intact tympanic membrane that develops from keratinizing squamous epithelium remnants in the temporal bone and has no prior perforation or history of otologic surgery. The most common symptom of congenital cholesteatoma is conductive hearing loss,...
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Resection and Anterior Petrosectomy of Temporal Bone Tumor with Combined Subtemporal and Endaural Approach

Yunia Chairunnisa, Masyita Gaffar, Andi Ihwan
Background: Ceruminous adenoma is a tumor originating from the external acoustic canal (EAC). It is seen for less than one percent of all external ear tumors. Tumor characteristic slow growth. This mass appears on the posterior wall of the outer 1/3 of the ear canal. Surgical management resection of...
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Lateral Temporal Bone Resection for the Management of Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma of the Ear

Asria Rudi, Masyita Gaffa, Sri Wartati
Background: External auditory canal (EAC) carcinoma is rare and difficult to diagnosed. Only 5% of the cases that recognized as adenoid cystic carcinoma (ACC). Therefore, the optimal management of ACC of the EAC has not been established. Treatment depends on the tumor stage as with other EAC malignancy....
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Concurrent Surgery Mastoidectomy and Craniotomy in Unsafe Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media with Intracranial Abscess

Darmayanti, Elvia Haroen, Azwar Ridwan, Eva Miranda Fitri
Background Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media is characterized by persistent secretion from the ear that has been pierced for longer than two months. An attic or posterosuperior cholesteatoma with a history of sparse, pungent otorrhea and hearing loss is a sign of unsafe CSOM. Cholesteatoma...
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New Paradigms in the Management of Acute Otitis Media

Lina Lasminingrum, Sally Mahdiani
Acute otitis media (AOM) is an infection of the middle ear and is the second most common pediatric diagnosis following upper respiratory infections. This article provides a review of the latest evidence on risk factors, diagnosis, management, and prevention of acute otitis media. Acute otitis media is...
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Application of Platelet Rich Plasma and Bone Cartilage for Reconstruction of the Posterior Ear Canal Wall

Aini Zhann, Jacky Munilson, Yan Edward, Benni Raymond
Introduction: Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media (CSOM) cholesteatoma type with deterioration of the posterior ear canal wall is treated with Canal Wall Down (CWD) mastoidectomy followed by reconstruction of the posterior ear canal wall with Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) and bone cartilage. Combining PRP...
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Sinonasal Inverted Papilloma

Piter Pical, Sinta Sari Ratunanda, Yussy Afriani Dewi
Introduction: Based on the etiology, sinonasal inverted papilloma is a multifactorial disease and with unknown of definite cause, the progression of the disease is benign but aggressive that it can destroy the surrounding area, as well as the rate of recurrence and transformation into malignancy is quite...
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Odontogenic Rhinosinusitis Patient’s Characteristics in Hasan Sadikin General Hospital ORL-HNS Clinic Bandung

S. S. Ratunanda, R. Resmina
Rhinosinusitis refers to the inflammation of the nose and para-nasal sinuses, presenting with a combination of two or more symptoms, one of which should be either nasal congestion or nasal discharge (either anterior or posterior nasal drip), along with facial pain or diminished sense of smell, as well...
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Diagnosis and Management of Oncocytic Type Sinonasal Papillomas: A Case Report

Dolly Irfandy, Bestari J. Budiman, Zulda Musyarifah, Wahyu Tri Novriansyah
Sinonasal papilloma is a rare benign epithelial tumor. Symptoms are non-specific, namely unilateral nasal congestion, may be accompanied by rhinorrhea and a feeling of fullness in the paranasal sinuses. These tumors have three subtypes; inverted, oncocytic, exophytic. The main treatment is surgery, with...
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Characteristics of Chronic Rinosinusitis Patients at Outpatient Clinic Hasan Sadikin General Hospital Bandung in January 2019 – December 2021

Anis Nurul Farida, Arif Dermawan, Sinta Sari Ratunanda, Nur Akbar
Chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) is an inflammation of the nasal mucosa and paranasal sinuses for more than 12 weeks. It is important to know the CRS phenotype for understanding the CRS endotype so the management of CRS patients can be better. This study aims to determine the characteristics of CRS outpatients...
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Prevalence of Chronic Rhinositis with SARS-CoV-2 Infection in Rhinology-Allergy Clinic Hasan Sadikin General Hospital

Sinta Sari Ratunanda, Sania Taufik Alkatirie, Teti H. S. Madiadipoera
Introduction: Chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) defined as the inflammation of the nasal lining and sinuses, presenting with persistent symptoms such as nasal congestion or a runny nose for a duration exceeding twelve weeks. The management of CRS in COVID-19 pandemic era follows the guidelines provided by...
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Anatomical Variations of the Nose and Paranasal Sinuses Found on CT Scans Images of Adult Chronic Rhinosinusitis Patients

Tita Puspitasari, Arif Dermawan, Nur. A. Aroeman, Atta Kuntara, Wijana, Sinta S. Ratunanda, Melati Sudiro
Background Anatomical variations of the nose and paranasal sinuses are one of the contributing factors in developing Chronic Rhinosinusitis (CRS) predisposing factor and complications during surgery complicating factors. CT Scan has an important role in diagnosing. One of the tools used...