A small precentage of the population will suffer from an elongation of the styloid process and stylohyoid ligament calcification. This condition is also known as Eagles Syndrome. The tissues in the throat rub on the styloid process, which is a spike-like projection sticking off the base of the skull, during the act of swallowing with resulting pain along the glossopharyngeal nerve. There is also pain upon turning the head or extending the tongue. Other symptoms may include voice alteration, cough, dizziness, migraines, occipital neuralgia , pain in teeth and jaw and sinusitis or bloodshot eyes.
Researchers from Third Military Medical University provide details of new studies and findings in the area of women's health.(Clinical report)
Sep 18, 2010; A report, 'A modified single-port technique for the minimally invasive treatment of pediatric inguinal hernias with high ligation...