Tissue Sentence Context
Table 1. Analysis of context sentence of tonsil tissue in 5 abstracts.
|32342543||Forty-five surgical procedures were performed for neck nodal metastatic carcinoma of unknown origin (n = 3); carcinoma of tonsil (n = 2), tongue (n = 2), nasopharynx (n = 3), maxilla (n = 1), and laryngopharynx (n = 4).|
|32358855||Tracheostomy was performed for patients with carcinoma of tonsil (n = 2) and nasopharynx (n = 1), and aspiration pneumonia (n = 2).|
|32586739||While the other reported ENT manifestations were pharyngeal erythema (5.3%), nasal congestion (4.1%), runny nose or rhinorrhea (2.1%), upper respiratory tract infection (URTI) (1.9%), and tonsil enlargement (1.3%).|
|32884519||The physical findings were maculopapular rash over his trunk, inguinal regions, and left arm, erythema of larynx with an aphthous lesion on left tonsil, he did not have a fever, and respiratory distress symptoms.|
|32979118||Tonsillectomy is one of the most common and important surgeries in ENT. […] Resident training of tonsillectomy is essential. […] Here, we present a simple, inexpensive model for tonsillectomy hands-on training addressing critical steps of the surgery. […] An oropharynx and tonsil model is prepared using easily available materials, such as a small plastic tub, gauze pieces, ribbon gauze, and rubber strips. […] The junior residents are trained in all the critical steps of tonsillectomy using routine tonsillectomy instruments. […] This model for tonsillectomy is a simple, inexpensive model for training postgraduate residents during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. […] We hope that this model can help young residents to get trained in critical steps of tonsillectomy, in a closely simulated environment and help them develop confidence and skills in managing live patients.|