JI Yanping1, XUE Yu2, LIN Lan1
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|||HUANG Yangzhou, FU Lihua, WU Qiaolian, HUANG Xia, LIN Jun, YE Qing. Misdiagnosis of nodular fasciitis of mastoid process: a case report [J]. Journal of Otolaryngology and Ophthalmology of Shandong University, 2022, 36(5): 119-121.|
|||CHENG Lei, XU Qiuyan, CHEN Hao. Clinical use and significance of allergy testing and diagnostics [J]. Journal of Otolaryngology and Ophthalmology of Shandong University, 2022, 36(3): 1-6.|
|||XIONG Panhui, SHEN Yang,YANG Yucheng. Advancements in the diagnosis and treatment of chronic sinusitis based on phenotypes and endotypes [J]. Journal of Otolaryngology and Ophthalmology of Shandong University, 2022, 36(3): 15-19.|
|||HUA Hongli, LI Song,TAO Zezhang. Research progress of artificial intelligence in the diagnosis and treatment of nasopharyngeal carcinoma [J]. Journal of Otolaryngology and Ophthalmology of Shandong University, 2022, 36(2): 113-119.|
|||LU Xiaoyan, WEN Shuxin. Advances in the treatment of congenital choanal atresia [J]. Journal of Otolaryngology and Ophthalmology of Shandong University, 2022, 36(1): 138-142.|
|||WAN Yining, ZHANG Dejun, FU Zeming, GUO Fang, GUO Yingyuan, GUAN Guofang. Diffusion-weighted imaging for accurate diagnosis of congenital middle ear cholesteatoma and JOS staging [J]. Journal of Otolaryngology and Ophthalmology of Shandong University, 2021, 35(6): 65-69.|
|||LIU Zhai，,YING Minzheng. Research progress on circRNAs in allergic rhinitis [J]. Journal of Otolaryngology and Ophthalmology of Shandong University, 2021, 35(5): 105-112.|
|||HUANG Yongwang, FU Dehui. Category and disease classification of voice medicine [J]. Journal of Otolaryngology and Ophthalmology of Shandong University, 2021, 35(3): 1-4.|
|||WU Dipanpan, CUI Xinhua, GUO Ying, GENG Bo, GAO Fangfang, LIANG Hui. Narrow band imaging might contribute to the diagnosis of laryngopharyngeal reflux [J]. Journal of Otolaryngology and Ophthalmology of Shandong University, 2021, 35(3): 31-36.|
|||YUAN KanglongOverview,XIAO XupingGuidance. Progress in the clinical diagnosis and treatment of cervical necrotizing fasciitis [J]. Journal of Otolaryngology and Ophthalmology of Shandong University, 2020, 34(6): 135-138.|
|||Vertigo is one of the most important symptom of peripheral vestibular diseases which are difficult to differentially diagnose and manage because multiple disciplines are involved. The premise of effective management is accurate diagnosis of vestibular diseases. With the development of vestibular function examination technology and the deepening of vestibular disease research, great progress has been made in the diagnosis and management of vestibular diseases. The establishment and publication of international classification of vestibular diseases, the introduction of diagnostic standards for various vestibular diseases in the world, the formulation of vestibular disease drugs, surgical specifications and the rapid development of vestibular rehabilitation technology make the diagnosis and management of vestibular diseases more and more standardized and accurate.. Diagnosis and management of peripheral vestibular diseases [J]. Journal of Otolaryngology and Ophthalmology of Shandong University, 2020, 34(5): 1-6.|
|||Superior semicircular canal dehiscence(SSCD)syndrome occurs as a result of a bony defect of the skull base involving the superior semicircular canal, particularly at the arcuate eminence. The bony labyrinthine defect creates a direct communication between the dura and the labyrinthine membranous structure and acts as a mobile third window which may result in various auditory and vestibular manifestations. Tinnitus and autophony are the most common audiological manifestations. Dizziness and disequilibrium are the most common vestibular manifestations. Audiometric findings vary based on the severity of the disease. Low-frequency conductive hearing loss is a common finding. Bone conduction thresholds may be negative. A patient with SSCD will typically have a lower Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potentials(VEMP)threshold response in the affected ear and may also have a larger than normal VEMP amplitude. High-resolution computed tomography(CT)scan of temporal bone plays an important role in confirming the diagnosis of SSCD. Pöschl and Stenver reformatted views are often recommended. Surgical treatment is reserved for patients presenting with debilitating vestibular and auditory manifestations that substantially interfere with their quality of life. There are two main surgical approaches(middle fossa, trans-mastoid)and several techniques(plugging, capping, resurfacing and combination). Presently, there is insufficient evidence to clearly determine which surgical approach or technique is superior. Surgical repair of SSCD through either the middle cranial fossa approach or trans-mastoid approach is highly effective for auditory and vestibular symptom improvement and is associated with a low risk of complications.. Superior semicircular canal dehiscence syndrome [J]. Journal of Otolaryngology and Ophthalmology of Shandong University, 2020, 34(5): 89-96.|
|||Pathologic myopia(PM)is a major cause of vision loss worldwide, particularly in Asian countries. Choroidal neovascularization(CNV)is a severe complication of PM, which can cause macular disorders, leading to central scotoma, metamorphopsia, visual field loss, and finally blindness if not treated. The advents of optical coherence topography(OCT), OCT angiography, and fundus fluorescein angiography are helpful in diagnosing CNV due to PM, which can show the position and size of CNV, whether active or passive. For the treatment, photodynamic and anti-vascular endothelial growth factor(anti-VEGF)therapies are widely applied. In recent years, administering the intravitreal anti-VEGF injection has become the first-line treatment for CNV secondary to PM. Many clinical studies have indicated that intravitreal anti-VEGF injections affect antagonizing neovascularization and reduce macular edema, thereby contributing to visual improvements and better long-term outcomes. This article provides an overview of the current diagnosis and treatment options for myopic CNV.. Diagnosis and treatment of choroidal neovascularization in pathologic myopia [J]. Journal of Otolaryngology and Ophthalmology of Shandong University, 2020, 34(5): 157-162.|
|||Arterial spin labeling(ASL)is a non-invasive imaging technique that permits the quantitative analysis of tissue perfusion without contrast agents, and it has been widely used in ischemic disease research. This paper introduces the application of ASL in the assessment of ischemic ophthalmopathy and encephalopathy and compares it with other common examination techniques of the eye and brain. ASL can be used to monitor changes in cerebral blood flow and predict ischemic events, and it has been widely used in the study of ischemic encephalopathy. It can directly reflect the dynamics of blood flow through the chorioretinal vasculature, and it can be used as a reliable method for quantifying ocular blood perfusion. ASL is also relevant for the pathophysiological studies of chorioretinal diseases, which may contribute to the early diagnosis of ischemic ophthalmopathies. Currently, the application of ASL in ophthalmology is still limited, and further studies are needed to establish the utility of ASL in assessing ischemic ophthalmopathy.. The application of arterial spin labeling in ischemic diseasesZHOU Zhuohua Overview LI Hongyang, HUANG Yingxiang, WANG Yanling Guidance Department of Ophthalmology, Beijing Friendship Hospital affiliated to Capital Medical University, Beijing 100050, ChinaAbstract: [J]. Journal of Otolaryngology and Ophthalmology of Shandong University, 2020, 34(4): 16-22.|
|||ObjectiveTo discuss the early diagnosis and multidisciplinary diagnosis and treatment of neovascular glaucoma in ocular ischemic syndrome. MethodsThe medical records of a 54-year-old male patient with cerebral infarction who presented with right-eye vision loss that had persisted for a week were reviewed. After slit-lamp examination and fluorescence angiography, he was diagnosed with ocular ischemic syndrome(OIS)complicated by neovascular glaucoma in the right eye and treated with intravitreal injection of anti-VEGF drugs and panretinal photocoagulation. ResultsAfter three months of treatment, the right-eye iris neovascularization subsided, and the intraocular pressure was controlled within normal limits. ConclusionOcular ischemia is often missed or misdiagnosed by ophthalmologists, neurologists, cardiologists, and vascular surgeons due to its insidious onset and complex clinical manifestations. Therefore, the establishment of multidisciplinary diagnosis and treatment can improve the prognosis of OIS patients.. Neovascular glaucoma in ocular ischemic syndrome: a case report and literature reviewQIN Shuqi1, WANG Luping1, JIANG Bin2, WANG Yanling1 1. Department of Ophthalmology, Beijing Friendship Hospital, Capital Medical University, Beijing 10050, China; 2. Department of Neurology, Beijing Friendship Hospital, Capital Medical University, Beijing 10050, ChinaAbstract: [J]. Journal of Otolaryngology and Ophthalmology of Shandong University, 2020, 34(4): 53-55.|