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Long-term complications after facial, pharyngeal, laryngeal and tracheal traumas

(2016) B-ENT. 12(suppl. 26/2). p.119-129
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Objective: To review and summarize the existing evidence for long-term anatomical and functional complications after pharyngeal, laryngeal and tracheal traumas. Data sources: The MEDLINE database and the bibliographies of relevant studies were selected, analysed and appraised prior to December 2015. Methods: With regard to the search strategy, the selected items were: ((long-term complications) AND pharyngeal) AND laryngeal) AND tracheal) AND traumas. Abstracts and titles were screened for relevance, while full articles of the selected records were evaluated and critically appraised after inclusion. Data concerning life-threatening situations, as well as long-term severe adverse effects were collected.
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Pharyngeal, laryngeal and tracheal traumas, long-term complications, POSTTRAUMATIC-STRESS-DISORDER, LONGITUDINAL PERSONALITY-DISORDERS, PARTIAL CRICOTRACHEAL RESECTION, PEDIATRIC SUBGLOTTIC STENOSIS, TRACHEOBRONCHIAL INJURIES, INHALATION INJURY, LARYNGOTRACHEAL TRAUMA, SURGICAL-TREATMENT, MAXILLARY ARTERY, BURN INJURIES

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MLA
Lawson, G, L Yde, B Millet, et al. “Long-term Complications After Facial, Pharyngeal, Laryngeal and Tracheal Traumas.” B-ENT 12.suppl. 26/2 (2016): 119–129. Print.
APA
Lawson, G., Yde, L., Millet, B., Francois, P., Hachimi Idrissi, S., Watelet, J.-B., & Van der Vorst, S. (2016). Long-term complications after facial, pharyngeal, laryngeal and tracheal traumas. B-ENT, 12(suppl. 26/2), 119–129.
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Lawson, G, L Yde, B Millet, PM Francois, Saïd Hachimi Idrissi, Jean-Baptiste Watelet, and S Van der Vorst. 2016. “Long-term Complications After Facial, Pharyngeal, Laryngeal and Tracheal Traumas.” B-ent 12 (suppl. 26/2): 119–129.
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Lawson, G, L Yde, B Millet, PM Francois, Saïd Hachimi Idrissi, Jean-Baptiste Watelet, and S Van der Vorst. 2016. “Long-term Complications After Facial, Pharyngeal, Laryngeal and Tracheal Traumas.” B-ent 12 (suppl. 26/2): 119–129.
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Lawson G, Yde L, Millet B, Francois P, Hachimi Idrissi S, Watelet J-B, et al. Long-term complications after facial, pharyngeal, laryngeal and tracheal traumas. B-ENT. 2016;12(suppl. 26/2):119–29.
IEEE
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G. Lawson et al., “Long-term complications after facial, pharyngeal, laryngeal and tracheal traumas,” B-ENT, vol. 12, no. suppl. 26/2, pp. 119–129, 2016.
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Data sources: The MEDLINE database and the bibliographies of relevant studies were selected, analysed and appraised prior to December 2015. 
Methods: With regard to the search strategy, the selected items were: ((long-term complications) AND pharyngeal) AND laryngeal) AND tracheal) AND traumas. Abstracts and titles were screened for relevance, while full articles of the selected records were evaluated and critically appraised after inclusion. Data concerning life-threatening situations, as well as long-term severe adverse effects were collected.},
  author       = {Lawson, G and Yde, L and Millet, B and Francois, PM and Hachimi Idrissi, Saïd and Watelet, Jean-Baptiste and Van der Vorst, S},
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  journal      = {B-ENT},
  keywords     = {Pharyngeal,laryngeal and tracheal traumas,long-term complications,POSTTRAUMATIC-STRESS-DISORDER,LONGITUDINAL PERSONALITY-DISORDERS,PARTIAL CRICOTRACHEAL RESECTION,PEDIATRIC SUBGLOTTIC STENOSIS,TRACHEOBRONCHIAL INJURIES,INHALATION INJURY,LARYNGOTRACHEAL TRAUMA,SURGICAL-TREATMENT,MAXILLARY ARTERY,BURN INJURIES},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {suppl. 26/2},
  pages        = {119--129},
  title        = {Long-term complications after facial, pharyngeal, laryngeal and tracheal traumas},
  volume       = {12},
  year         = {2016},
}

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