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Objectives: The aim of study is to determine the possible usage of tongue movements out of the mouth in the prediction of difficult intubation. Method: Two hundred twenty three patients undergoing abdominal surgery with general anesthesia between 2014 and 2015 were enrolled in this study. Difficult intubation was evaluated using the intubation difficulty scale (IDS) score. All intubations were performed by anesthesiologist to eliminate the differences among the anesthesiologis...
Hypothesis 1. The submandibular gland is not a lymphatic organ and usually remains uninvolved with head and neck cancer despite the presence of metastatic disease in the lymph nodes that surround it. 2. All the lymph nodes in the submandibular triangle can be removed without resection of the submandibular gland. Study Design A better understanding of the frequency of submandibular gland involvement may lead to refined treatment strategie...
The study addresses a problem that face surgeons who perform key-hole surgery to resect the submandibular salivary gland. The problem is the narrow space available around that gland. This does not allow for a safe operation. The study aims to evaluate a new, two step resection technique, that should overcome this difficulty.
The purpose of this study is to further evaluate the safety and efficacy of non-invasive reduction of subcutaneous fat in the submental and submandibular area using Cryolipolysis.
Primary Objective: To determine if amifostine in combination with IMRT can mitigate the decrease in production of saliva by the submandibular and sublingual salivary glands in patients with HNSCC. Secondary Objectives: 1. To establish a parotid gland dose volume histogram (DVH) versus measured flow relationship in this patient population: - When the mean dose is < 24-26 Gy (shift recovery time to left) - When the mean dose is > 24-26 Gy ...
This is a prospective, single-center study in normal subjects aged 20 to 89 years. The objective was to describe upper eyelid laxity by age group (20/29 years old, 30/39 years old, 40/49 years old, 50/59 years old, 60/69 years old, 70/79 years old and 80/89 years old) measured with the method of McNab and studying it according to her customary side of sleep. In addition, we evaluated a method for measuring tarsal laxity.
This study will test whether XOPH5 ointment, applied once daily to the lower eyelids for 10 weeks, reduces the prominence of lower eyelid fat in adults with moderate to severe steatoblepharon (excess eyelid fat).
This study will use magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and ultrasound to examine changes in tongue volume and blood circulation during tongue exercises that require the use of different tongue muscle movements and contractions. More information on the structure and function of the human tongue is needed to develop better treatments for people with certain diseases affecting speech and swallowing. Normal volunteers between 21 and 80 years old who live in the metropolitan Washing...
The purpose of this study is to see how the brain re-learns to control the tongue in speaking and swallowing when either portions of the tongue have been removed, or when the tongue has been treated with radiation, in order to treat cancer. We hope the results of this study will help us to improve healing for patients who are being treated for cancer of the tongue. When patients with cancer of the tongue are treated by removing parts of the tongue (surgery) or by destroy...
Trial design: a randomized controlled trial. Eligibility criteria for participants: patients with primary early stage oral squamous cell carcinoma. Exclusion criteria: cancer of the floor of the mouth. Interventions: submandibular gland is preserved during neck dissection for patients of the experimental group; submandibular gland is removed during neck dissection for patients of the control group. Primary Parameters: survival rate, mortality rate
This research study designed to test if Lumify™ eyedrops temporarily raise the upper eyelid. Lumify™ is an FDA approved medication for reducing eye redness. A similar, but stronger product is also used to treat glaucoma. Whether or not it affects the position of the eyelids has not been studied, but we believe that it will raise the position of the upper eyelid, making the eye appear more open.
In this study, clinical variables related to eyelids that potentially have an effect on contact lens discomfort will be investigated such as eyelid signs and secretions, eyelid sensitivity, eyelid microbiome, Demodex infestation and tear film properties. The main aim of this study is to understand the duration of efficacy of debridement of the eyelid margin and its impact on various eyelid signs (such as lid wiper epitheliopathy, lid-parallel conjunctival folds, eyelid sensitiv...
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) patients with subjective dysphagia will be tested for tongue strength fatigue using a strictly defined fatigue paradigm. A maximum of 40 sets will be performed, each set consisting of 5 repetitions of 80% of maximum isometric pressure (MIP) at the anterior tongue, followed by a MIP at the anterior tongue. Cut-off criteria are a MIP
The primary aim of this study is to quantify eyelid position changes in tested and opposite eyes in ptosis patients submitted to 1, 2 or 4 drops of 10% phenylephrine in one eye. The secondary objective is to correlate the eye dominance, severity and laterality of ptosis with eyelid position changes in these 3 groups.
The aim of the study: Assessment of Changes of Periocular Skin Sensation Following Eyelid and Ocular Surface Surgeries. Study design: an interventional study that will be conducted at the ophthalmology department, Meir hospital, Kfar Saba, Israel. the study will include 60 healthy patients, at the ages of 40-80, which are candidates for eyelid surgery: blepharoptosis repair, blepharoplasty, ectropion repair and entropion repair. The patients will be recruited fro...
We aimed to use Tongue Acupuncture (TAC) to assess for any change in brain function.
The eyelid warming device is designed to relieve the symptoms of dysfunction of the glands in the eyelids. Prospective, non comparative, open, monocentre study. The objectives are: - To verify and establish the temperature of the eyelids and cornea for each eye before and after 10 minutes device application - To evaluate the ocular surface, NIBUT and IOP before and after device application - To determine the acceptability of healthy volunteers on ...
This study will assess the use of ultrasound-a test that uses sound waves to produce images-as a diagnostic tool for evaluating speech and swallowing. The following categories of individuals may be eligible for this study: 1) healthy volunteers between 20 and 85 years old with normal speech and hearing, 2) patients 6 to 85 years old with developmental neurological deficits in speech or swallowing, and 3) patients with tumors of the oral cavity, pharynx or larynx being treated ...
This purpose of this study is to determine if tongue strength and tongue ultrasound measurements differentiates patients with untreated late-onset Pompe Disease (LOPD) from patients with acquires/hereditary myopathies or neuropathies. It is hypothesized that abnormalities in tongue function and structure in patients with LOPD may be useful in discriminating this condition from others that have similar presentations.
In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), examination of the tongue plays an important role in diagnosis. The characteristics of the tongue(e.g., color of the tongue body, tongue fur, teeth-marked tongue) provides some clues and prognosis, which are considered a reflection of the body's internal condition. Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disorder of hyperglycemia, which lead to damage the kidneys, eyes, nerves, blood vessels, and heart. Long standing hyperglycemia can also be ass...
The aim of this study is to assess the effect of RT or chemo-RT on chemosensory gustatory function in patients with HNC. By using detailed dosimetric data derived from the RT planning system, we will be able to calculate mean radiation doses to important structures including the anterior and posterior tongue, oral cavity, parotid and submandibular salivary glands, and correlate them with both qualitative and quantitative data for dysgeusia.
The purpose of this study is to determine the optimal transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) amplitude and electrode montage that is both safe and efficacious
To evaluate safety of cryoablation of submandibular glands in management of sialorrhea in neurologically impaired populations. Secondary Objective: To evaluate efficacy of cryoablation of submandibular glands in management of sialorrhea in neurologically impaired populations. Duration: Estimation for Recruitment: 12 months Estimation for Procedure/Trial: 1 visit with an overnight observation Estimation for Subject Follow Up: 7 days, 14 days, 28 days, 90 days, and...
This study will examine tongue strength and endurance, how the tongue applies pressure during swallowing, and how the chin muscles react during swallowing in healthy volunteers and in patients with dysphagia (difficulty swallowing). The information from this study may be helpful in developing better treatments for people with swallowing problems. Healthy volunteers who have no history of speech, swallowing or breathing problems and patients who have difficulty swallowing beca...
Post-operative recovery after cardiac surgery is influenced by early sternal bone stability. Traditional sternal closure of median sternotomy usually entails the use of 6-10 stainless steel wires. Augmenting sternal closure with techniques to enhance early bone stability should accelerate functional recovery from cardiac surgery thereby reducing post-operative pain, decreasing the need for narcotics, improving breathing and chest wall mechanics, stimulating early mobility and e...