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o Issue N# 5 - 2010 o

CERVICO-FACIAL SURGE

Eagle syndrom: A case report


Authors : Sif A, Jabrane L, Dahik MA, Essaadi M, Mahtar M, Roubal M, Janah A, Kadiri F. (Casablanca)

Ref. : Rev Laryngol Otol Rhinol. 2010;131,4:295-297.

Article published in french
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Summary : Introduction: The Eagle syndrome is a rare entity charac­te­rized by a hypertrophy of the styloid process responsible for clinical signs in connection with compression of the vasculo-nervous structures of vicinity. Case report: Female 40 years old who complained for 7 years about intense right temporo-parie­tal headache, associated with ocular pains, otalgia, tinnitus and swallowing problems. These symptoms were unilateral. The only notable antecedent was an extraction of the wisdom teeth of the lower arc 10 years before. Conclusion: The Eagle syn­dro­me is an unusual syndrome ignored by the majority of the clinicians. The simple palpation of the oro­pharyngeal walls (tonsils) makes it possible to evoke the diagnosis. This suspi­cion will be confirmed by Xrays. The sur­ge­ry presents few risks and the patient is released of symp­toms very quickly.

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