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Acknowledgements to Reviewers

Clinical Otolaryngology, Volume 43, Issue 6, Page 1427-1428, December 2018. (Source: Clinical Otolaryngology)

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Simultaneous four ‐channel recording of bilateral cervical and ocular vestibular‐evoked myogenic potentials in response to stimulation by forehead bone‐conducted vibration: Our experience in 20 healthy adults

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A streamlined pathway for patients with unilateral tinnitus: our experience of 22 patients

ConclusionsThe streamlined unilateral tinnitus patient pathway confers significant benefits to patients, the NHS and wider health economy. Future research should focus on the challenge of scaling and sustaining innovation.This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. (Source: Clinical Otolaryngology)

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Design of Skin Islands for a Myocutaneous Serratus Anterior Free Flap ‐ An Anatomical Study and Clinical Implication for Pharyngeal Reconstruction after Laryngopharyngectomy

ConclusionSkin islands of SAFF have reliable blood supply, which allow harvest of large myocutaneous SAFFs that can be used also for pharyngeal reconstruction after laryngopharyngectomy.This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. (Source: Clinical Otolaryngology)

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The use of video ‐laryngoscopy in head and neck surgery

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The influences of age, gender and geometric pattern of visual image on the verticality perception: a subjective visual vertical (SVV) study among Malaysian adults

ConclusionWhile the insignificant influences of age and gender on static SVV are further ascertained with larger samples, the perception of verticality is less accurate when aligning a more geometrically complex visual image (i.e. arrow pattern). Further SVV research on vestibular ‐disordered patients is beneficial, particularly to verify the normative data obtained with this complex visual image.This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. (Source: Clinical Otolaryngology)

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