Publications by authors named "Taiwo Olugbemiga Adedeji"

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Sub-clinical middle ear malfunctions in elderly patients; prevalence, pattern and predictors.

Afr Health Sci 2017 Dec;17(4):1229-1236

Department of Surgery, OACHS, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Sagamu, Nigeria.

Background: Little is known about functioning of the middle ear with advancing age.

Objectives: To estimate the prevalence and describe tympanometric patterns of sub-clinical middle ear malfunctions,( S-MEM) in elderly patients. It also assessed clinical factors that could predict S-MEM.

Methods: Cross-sectional, analytical study of patients aged ≥ 60 years in a tertiary hospital in Nigeria between 2011-2014. Pure tone audiometry (PTA), tympanometry and acoustic reflexes were recorded. S-MEM was based on audiometric and tympanometric evident abnormalities. Descriptive, univariate and multivariate analyses performed to detect independent clinical predictors of S-MEM at p-value of <0.05.

Results: 121 patients , M: F of 1.1:1. Mean age was 70.1 ± 6.2 years, 77.7% were married. Prevalence of S-MEM was 21.5%. Abnormal tympanometric tracings were type A>C>B>A. The parameters that were statistically-significant on univariate analyses were subjected to logistic regression analysis which confirmed previous head injury, diabetes, osteoarthritis of knee joint, and absent acoustic reflex as clinical predictors for S-MEM.

Conclusion: 21.5% of elderly Africans had subclinical abnormalities in their middle ear functioning, mostly with type AS tympanogram. Independent clinical predictors of S-MEM included previous head injury, diabetes, history of osteoarthritis of knee joints, and absent acoustic reflex.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ahs.v17i4.34DOI Listing
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5870273PMC
December 2017

Clinical predictors of aminoglycoside-induced ototoxicity in drug-resistant Tuberculosis patients on intensive therapy.

Auris Nasus Larynx 2017 Aug 8;44(4):404-410. Epub 2016 Nov 8.

Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) Teaching Hospital, Osogbo, Nigeria.

Objective: The study objectives were to determine the incidence of aminoglycoside-induced ototoxicity in institutionalized patients on intensive phase of therapy for drug-resistant Tuberculosis (DR Tb) and also to assess clinical factors which could predict the ototoxicity.

Methods: The study was a prospective analytical study among consecutive DR Tb patients who were admitted for intensive phase of therapy (of 4 months) at the DR-Tb center over a 12-month period. Patients were diagnosed as DR Tb using the Gene Xpert machine to confirm Rifampicin resistance. All eligible 70 out of 87 consenting patients were consecutively recruited into the study. Patients had baseline (admission) and serial pure tone audiometries (PTAs) performed at 4 weekly intervals until discharge after 4 months of admission. Audiometric confirmation of aminoglycoside-induced ototoxicity was done by comparing serial with baseline PTA.

Results: Among the 70 patients the male:female ratio was 1.7:1. Nine patients (12.9%) were retroviral-positive, and 16 patients (22.9%) were confirmed to have ototoxicity by audiometric criteria. The duration of treatment when ototoxicity was detected in the patients ranged 4-17 (Mean±SD; 9.4±3.4) weeks. Ototoxicity was detected in the audiometric low frequency ranges in 7 (43.8%) and at the high frequencies in 4 (25.0%) of the patients. Univariate analyses of clinical parameters found that age, underlying diabetes mellitus, deranged baseline PTAv >25dB HL, BMI on admission and retroviral status were significantly associated, while sex and previous drug regimen failure were not associated with ototoxicity. Multivariate adjusted logistic regression analyses, controlling for sex, revealed age (OR=1.068, p=0.018), BMI on admission (OR=0.673, p=0.012) and retroviral positivity (OR=8.822, p=0.014) of patients could significantly predict aminoglycoside-induced ototoxicity.

Conclusion: Incidence of aminoglycoside-induced ototoxicity in DR Tb patients was 22.9%. The clinical predictors for ototoxicity were age, BMI on admission, and co-existing retroviral infection in the patients. Clinicians should consider these factors in making choices of aminoglycosides to be used during intensive phase of treatment with second line anti-Tuberculous therapy.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.anl.2016.10.005DOI Listing
August 2017

Clinical spectrum of ear, nose and throat foreign bodies in North Western Nigeria.

Afr Health Sci 2016 Mar;16(1):292-7

Federal Medical Center, Birnin Kebbi, Ear, Nose and Throat.

Background: Ear, nose and throat foreign bodies (FBs) are common occurrences particularly among children. This study reviewed the clinical spectrum of ENT FBs, their treatment and outcomes as seen in a tertiary health center in North Western Nigeria.

Method: The study was a retrospective chart review of patients that were managed for FB impaction in a tertiary health institution in North Western Nigeria over a four year period.

Result: There were 239 patients; M: F: 1.2:1. Majority of FB impaction (46.4%) occurred in children. Majority (68.7%) were otic and FBs. 18.0% of the patients had had failed attempted removal by non ENT specialists. About 25% of these patients developed complications. Majority (62.0%) of these complications occurred in the hand of non-ENT medical personnel.

Conclusion: Ear, nose and throat foreign bodies are common in North-Western Nigeria with the highest incidence in children. Removal attempts by untrained health professionals and lack of experience in FB management predisposes to complications. Parental education on close monitoring of their children to avoid such incidences and the need to immediately seek an Otorhinolaryngologist to prevent complications are emphasized.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ahs.v16i1.38DOI Listing
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4915433PMC
March 2016

Stapedotomy and its effect on hearing - our experience with 54 cases.

Afr Health Sci 2016 Mar;16(1):276-81

Indorewala ENT Hospital, DNB Institution and Research, behind Mahamarg Bus Stand Old Mumbai Naka, Nashik, India.

Introduction: This study reviews the cases of stapedotomy and evaluates its effectiveness at improving hearing loss in patients with otosclerosis.

Materials And Methods: Retrospective review of patients' records who had clinical and audiometric diagnosis of otosclerosis from January to December 2012.

Results: A total of 54 stapedotomy surgeries (52 unilateral and 1 bilateral surgeries) were received. Average post-operative ABG for 0.5, 1, 2 and 4 KHz showed that 61.1% had complete closure of ABG ( ABG < 10 dB) compared with 1.6% preoperatively and 85.2% had closure of ABG to within 20dB compared with 4.7% preoperatively (t - 13.89, p = 0.000). More than 94% had hearing improvement and 81.5% had ABG closure greater than 10 dB postoperatively (mean gain 23.38 ± 12.37, t = 13.89, p = 0.000). A total of 13% complications were recorded with TM perforation (5.6%) being the commonest complication.

Conclusion: Stapedotomy is an effective surgical procedure for the treatment of otosclerosis which leads to improvement in patients' quality of life. A favorable hearing outcome can be obtained by the combination of experienced hands with minimal surgical trauma and appropriate surgical technique.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ahs.v16i1.36DOI Listing
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4915420PMC
March 2016

Correlation between adenoidal nasopharyngeal ratio and symptoms of enlarged adenoids in children with adenoidal hypertrophy.

Afr J Paediatr Surg 2016 Jan-Mar;13(1):14-9

Department of Radiology, Lautech Teaching Hospital, Ogbomoso, Oyo State, Nigeria.

Background: Adenoid hypertrophy is one of the most common health problems affecting the paediatric population. This study aims to correlate adenoidal nasopharyngeal ratio (ANR) with symptoms of enlarged adenoids in children with enlarged adenoids.

Materials And Methods: It was a year, cross-sectional, hospital-based study conducted at Lautech Teaching Hospital, Osogbo. ANR was determined by dividing adenoidal depth with nasopharyngeal depth on the plain lateral radiographs.

Results: A total of 90 consecutive children consisting of 61 males and 29 females were included in the study with M:F ratio of 2.1:1. Their ages ranged from 8 months to 11 years. All the patients presented with nasal obstruction, mouth breathing and noisy breathing. Majority (64.5%) had severe obstructions with preponderance among children of 3-5 years (39.9%). Linear regression analysis showed significant association between age and ANR (t = 10.447, P < 0.001). There was high significant association (P < 0.05) between presenting symptoms and degree of nasopharyngeal airway obstruction; for snoring (r = 0.251, P = 0.000), sleep apnoea (r = 0.594, P = 0.000), nasal discharge (r = 0.314, P = 0.001), excessive daytime sleepiness (r = 0.219, P = 0.019) and failure to thrive (r = 0.240, P = 0.011).

Conclusion: Lateral X-ray of the nasopharynx is an effective tool to evaluate children with suspected adenoid hypertrophy. It correlates well with patients' symptoms and provides objective measures of adenoid hypertrophy.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.4103/0189-6725.181701DOI Listing
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4955450PMC
July 2017

Management challenges of congenital & early onset childhood hearing loss in a sub-Saharan African country.

Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol 2015 Oct 10;79(10):1625-9. Epub 2015 Jun 10.

Department of Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery, LAUTECH Teaching Hospital, Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria. Electronic address:

Background: Hearing impairment is a hidden human disability with potentially catastrophic and age long consequences. This study highlighted the challenges associated with the management of congenital and early onset childhood hearing loss in a sub-Saharan African country.

Methods: A retrospective descriptive study of children seen between January 2008 and December 2013 RESULT: A total of 223 children consisting of 124 (55.6%) males with (M:F) of 1.3:1. Age ranged 1-15 years (mean±SD; 6.39±4.37 years) and age group 1-5 years constituted the largest proportion (56.5%). Congenital causes, febrile illness and hypoxia were the leading causes of HI. Over 93% had moderately severe to profound hearing loss and 64.6% had delayed speech development. Majority (99.3%) with congenital/perinatal onset of HL had significantly delayed speech development and 99.3% of HL due to ototoxicity and infective causes had peri/post lingual speech impairment. Larger percentage of patients presented late; 16.6% of patients with congenital/perinatal onset of HL presented within the first year, >41% presented after the fifth year. Less than 5% had hearing aid fitted and patients with profound hearing impairment were referred for cochlear implant

Conclusion: The burden of congenital and early onset hearing impairment is high and management outcomes are unsatisfactory in our locality, Challenges associated with managing such children were discussed, and suggestions/strategies for better management and outcome were made.
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October 2015

Tympanoplasty outcomes: a review of 789 cases.

Iran J Otorhinolaryngol 2015 Mar;27(79):101-8

DNB Institution and Research, Indorewala ENT Hospital, Nashik, India.

Introduction: Tympanoplasty is indicated to restore hearing disability and prevent recurrent otorrhea.

Materials And Methods: This study was a retrospective review of patients who underwent tympanoplasty with or without mastoidectomy over a 1-year period.

Results: A total of 789 tympanoplasties were reviewed, with a male-to-female ratio of 1:1.1. In total, 91% and 9% of tympanoplasties were performed without and with mastoidectomy, respectively. Complete graft take was observed in 98.6% of cases. Approximately 25% of patients had an air-bone gap (ABG) gap ≤20dB pre-operatively, increasing to 75.6% post-operatively. ABG closure improved from 0.8% to 46.7%. Mean ABG improved from 26.30 ±8.1dB pre-operatively to 14 ± 10.41dB post- operatively (t=28.7, P<0.001). Generally, over 86% of patients had improvement in their hearing function post-operatively (mean= 12.5 ±9.5dB) (χ2= 104.2, P<0.001).

Conclusion: Tympanoplasty is an effective procedure that can lead to improvement in hearing function in patients and prevention of recurrent ear discharge. Optimal results can be achieved through use of the appropriate surgical technique.
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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4409954PMC
March 2015

Denture impaction in the oesophagus experience of a young ENT practice in Nigeria.

Pan Afr Med J 2014 25;18:330. Epub 2014 Aug 25.

Department of Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery, LAUTECH Teaching Hospital, Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria.

Introduction: The effect of dental loss and associated desire to restore its function and aesthesis has led to an increase in the number of people wearing dentures. This study therefore reviews the cases of impacted acrylic dentures in the oesophagus.

Methods: A retrospective review of patients that were managed for oesophageal denture impaction at Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Teaching Hospital, Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria, over an eight year period from 2005 to 2012.

Results: A total of 14 patients (M:F 2.5:1). The age ranged from 32-75 years. Majority 64.3%) were 51 years and above. Over 70% presented early. Major presenting symptoms were throat pain (100%), odynophageal (92.9%) and dysphageal (78.6%). The radiographic findings were air entrapment (64.3%) and increase in prevertebral soft tissue shadow (78.6%). Majority (87.5%) were impacted at the upper (cervical) oesophagus. Over 78% had successful extraction with rigid oesophagoscopy. Two (14.3%) had spontaneous expulsion of the denture and 1 (7.1%) discharged himself against medical advice. Complications were mucosa tear (28.6%), laryngeal spasm/ airway obstruction (14.3%), mucosa oedema/ erythema (57.1%), neck abscess (7.1%).

Conclusion: Impaction of esophageal dentures is relatively common in our locality; most patients present early for medical attention and associated with successful rigid oesophagoscopies and denture extraction under GA, and generally good outcome. Education of the wearers of dentures was emphasized as a way of preventing dentures impaction.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.11604/pamj.2014.18.330.2871DOI Listing
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4250017PMC
August 2015

Corrosive oesophageal injuries: a preventable menace.

Pan Afr Med J 2013 6;15:11. Epub 2013 May 6.

Department of Ear Nose and Throat, LAUTECH Teaching Hospital, Osogbo, Osun state, Nigeria.

Introduction: Potentially catastrophic presentations and lifelong complications resulting from corrosive ingestions in humans is one of the most challenging situations encountered in clinical medical practice. This study reviewed pattern, mechanisms and associated socio-medical challenges with ingestion of corrosive agents as seen in a tertiary health institution in South-western Nigeria.

Methods: A retrospective review of all patients that were managed for corrosive ingestion at Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Teaching Hospital, Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria, over a seven year period.

Results: A total of 28 patients M:F: 1.6:1. There were 7 children and 21 adults. Majority (78.6%) of the patients ingested alkaline substances. Accidental ingestion occurred in 28.6% while 71.4% resulted from deliberate self harm especially among adults (66.7%). Almost two thirds (64.3%) of the patients presented after 48hrs of ingestion. Patients who presented early were managed conservatively. Most patients (64.3%) who presented late had nutritional and fluid rehabilitation. Two patients died from oesophageal perforation and resulting septicaemia. Psychiatric evaluation revealed that seven adults (25%) had psychotic illness while (42.9%) of the patients developed oesophageal strictures. Short segment strictures were managed with oesophageal dilatation with good outcome while long and multiple segment strictures were referred to cardiothoracic surgeons for management.

Conclusion: Corrosive oesophageal injuries remain a prevalent and preventable condition in the developing countries. Preventive strategies should include regulation and packaging of corrosive substances, organization of psychiatric services, and education of the population on corrosive ingestion.
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