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Non Surgical Treatment of Eagle's Syndrome - A Case Report -

Han, MK; Kim, DW; Yang, JY
The Korean journal of pain, 26(2):169-172, 2013
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The Korean journal of pain
Eagle's syndrome is a disease without a clear lesion that is associated with repeated episodes of pharyngalgia, odynophagia, the sensation of a foreign body in the pharynx, tinnitus, and otalgia in which patients displaying these types of symptoms must be given a differential diagnosis. It is known to be characterized by styloid process elongation or increasing compression to adjacent anatomical structures through stylohyoid ligament calcification. In serious cases, continuous pressure to the carotid artery can lead to a stroke. Diagnosis is confirmed through clinical symptoms, radiological findings, and physical examinations. The most common type of treatment consists of a surgical excision of elongated styloid process. Nonetheless, this study presents a case of treating Eagle's syndrome with conservative management.
Eagle's syndromestyloid process elongationstylohyoid ligament calcification
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김, 도완양, 종윤
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