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Browsing Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery - Faculty Publications by Author "Hamdan A.-L."

Browsing Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery - Faculty Publications by Author "Hamdan A.-L."

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  • Husseini S.T.; Ashkar J.; Halawi A.; Sibai A.; Hamdan A.-L. (BASELALLSCHWILERSTRASSE 10, CH-4009 BASEL, SWITZERLAND, 2011)
    Objectives: To look at the incidence of arytenoid asymmetry in a group of healthy singers and to investigate whether the asymmetry correlates with posture, neck tension and glottal attack. Materials and Method: The medical ...
  • Hamdan A.-L.; Husseini S.T.; Halawi A.; Sibai A. (NEW YORK360 PARK AVENUE SOUTH, NEW YORK, NY 10010-1710 USA, 2011)
    Objective: (1) To look at the prevalence of arytenoid asymmetry in singers with or without vocal symptoms and (2) to examine the correlation between arytenoid asymmetry and vocal symptoms. Patients and Methods: A total of ...
  • Macari A.T.; Karam I.A.; Tabri D.; Sarieddine D.; Hamdan A.-L. (Mosby Inc.; NEW YORK360 PARK AVENUE SOUTH, NEW YORK, NY 10010-1710 USA, 2014)
    Objective To report on the correlation between the length and projection of the upper and lower jaw and the fundamental frequency (F0). Study Design Prospective study. Materials and Methods A total of 45 healthy subjects ...
  • Hamdan A.-L. (, 2012)
    Transsexualism is a gender identity disorder in which affected individuals believe themselves to be born into the wrong sex. Hormonal therapy and many surgical interventions were adopted in order to change their appearances. ...
  • Hadi U.; Hamdan A.-L. (, 2004)
    Tracheal stenosis is defined as cicatricial narrowing of the endotracheal lumen. Endotracheal manipulation remains to be the most common etiology followed by inflammatory and collagen vascular diseases. Predisposing factors ...
  • Hamdan A.-L.; Farhat F. (, 2005)
    Introduction: Presbyphonia is defined as dysphonia or a change in voice quality secondary to aging. How commonly this leads to medical evaluation is not clear. We present a case series of older patients who exhibited ...
  • Hamdan A.-L.; Nassar J.; Dowli A.; Zaghal Z.A.; Sabri A. (NEW YORK233 SPRING ST, NEW YORK, NY 10013 USA, 2012)
    To address the effect of fasting on laryngopharyngeal reflux disease (LPRD). A total of 22 male subjects have been recruited for this study. Subjects with vocal fold pathologies, recent history of upper respiratory tract ...
  • Hamdan A.-L.; Ashkar J.; Sibai A.; Oubari D.; Husseini S.T. (PHILADELPHIA1600 JOHN F KENNEDY BOULEVARD, STE 1800, PHILADELPHIA, PA 19103-2899 USA, 2011)
    Purpose of the study: The aim of the study was to study how fasting between 12 and 14 hours affects voice production. Study design: This is a prospective study of male subjects. Material and method: A total of 26 healthy ...
  • Hamdan A.-L.; Sibai A.; Rameh C. (NEW YORK360 PARK AVENUE SOUTH, NEW YORK, NY 10010-1710 USA, 2007)
    Summary: Objective-Hypothesis: to study the effect of fasting on voice in women: abstinence from food and water intake between 14 and 18 hours. Study Design: a prospective study on female subjects. Material and Method: A ...
  • Hamdan A.-L.; Mahfoud L.; Sibai A.; Seoud M. (NEW YORK360 PARK AVENUE SOUTH, NEW YORK, NY 10010-1710 USA, 2009)
    The study aims to investigate the vocal symptoms and acoustic changes in pregnant women pre- and postpartum in comparison to the controls. A total of 25 pregnant women who presented for delivery were enrolled in this study. ...
  • Hamdan A.-L.; Sabra O.; Rameh C.; Fuleihan N. (, 2012)
    [No abstract available]
  • Hamdan A.-L.; Nassar J.; Al Zaghal Z.; El-Khoury E.; Bsat M.; Tabri D. (NEW YORK360 PARK AVENUE SOUTH, NEW YORK, NY 10010-1710 USA, 2012)
    Objective: To determine the effect of a Mediterranean tongue trill (Zalghouta) on estimated glottal closed quotient (CQ). Material and Method: A total of 10 female subjects participated in this study. Vocal fold CQ was ...
  • Hamdan A.-L.; Kanazi G.; Rameh C.; Rifai H.; Sibai A. (CAMBRIDGEEDINBURGH BLDG, SHAFTESBURY RD, CB2 8RU CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND, 2008)
    Objective and hypothesis: (1) To examine the vocal symptoms and acoustic changes perceived in the short period immediately after laryngeal mask airway, and (2) to compare these findings in patients using laryngeal mask ...
  • Hamdan A.-L.; Mahfoud L.; Rifai H.; Rameh C.; Fuleihan N. (, 2011)
    [No abstract available]
  • Hamdan A.-L.; Sibai A.; Moukarbel R.V.; Deeb R. (NEW YORK360 PARK AVENUE SOUTH, NEW YORK, NY 10010-1710 USA, 2006)
    Summary: We would like to describe the muscle tension patterns observed in Middle Eastern singing and correlate these findings with demographic data. Material: A total of 42 candidates were included in this study. The ...
  • Hamdan A.-L.; Sibai A.; Oubari D.; Ashkar J.; Fuleihan N. (NEW YORK233 SPRING ST, NEW YORK, NY 10013 USA, 2010)
    The purpose of our investigation was to evaluate the laryngeal findings and acoustic changes in hubble-bubble smokers. A total of 42 subjects with history of hubble-bubble smoking were recruited for this study. A corresponding ...
  • Hamdan A.-L.; El-Khatib M.; Dagher W.; Othman I. (, 2007)
    Patient with rheumatoid arthritis should be screened prior to surgery for any laryngeal manifestation. A thorough history and physical examination coupled with indirect or direct laryngoscopy are mandatory. Nonspecific ...
  • Hamdan A.-L.; Mokarbel R.; Dagher W. (, 2004)
    Vocal cord paralysis remains a frustrating condition. The etiology can be subdivided roughly into surgically induced, neoplastic and idiopathic paralysis. In the surgical group, thyroidectomy is the most common cause. In ...
  • Hamdan A.-L.; Moukarbel R.V.; Youssef M. (, 2006)
    Paradoxical vocal cord motion presents a challenge to medical practitioners in various specialties. Physicians in general and anesthesiologists should suspect this condition in a patient presenting with stridor or a history ...
  • Moukarbel R.V.; Youssef M.; Shab N.; Hamdan A.-L. (CHICAGO515 N STATE ST, CHICAGO, IL 60610 USA, 2004)
    [No abstract available]

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