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Pharyngocèle bilatérale chez un joueur d'instrument à vent. [Bilateral Pharyngocele in a Wind Instrument Player.]

 
 

Copyright 2017, Mark Alan Wade

Primary Author: Nengsu, A.
Journal Title: Médecine des arts: Approche médicale et scientifique des pratiques artistiques
Date Published: Sep-04
Language: English
Category: Orofacial Disorders
Key Words: bilateral throat wind instrument performance musician
Full Citation: Nengsu, Anatole, et al. Pharyngocèle bilatérale chez un joueur d'instrument à vent. [Bilateral Pharyngocele in a Wind Instrument Player.] Médecine des arts: Approche médicale et scientifique des pratiques artistiques (Montauban, France) no. 49 (September 2004): 32-34.
Full Abstract: Pharyngoceles are dilations of the lateral pharyngeal walls. They are either traumatic or congenital and are frequently confused with other pharyngeal and laryngeal dilations like Zenker's diverticulum and laryngoceles. Distinctions between these are addressed. A case of bilateral pharyngocele affecting a trumpet player is discussed.