Abstract Submission

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION FOR CUTTING EDGE LARYNGOLOGY IS NOW CLOSED

All submitters have been sent confirmation of acceptance letters as either oral or poster presentation.   All presenting authors have been sent full details regarding the scheduling of their presentation, including the time and date of the presentation.

PLEASE NOTE 

All presenting authors (both oral and poster presenters) must be registered for at least the first two days of the Cutting Edge Laryngology 2019 meeting.

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BELOW PLEASE FIND THE LIST OF POSTERS AND POSTER NUMBERS FOR CUTTING EDGE LARYNGOLOGY 2019

 

POSTER
NO.
TITLE OF PRESENTATION MAIN AUTHOR INSTITUTION
P01 A Case Report on Laryngeal Leprosy Gianfranco Velasco Rizal Medical Center
P02 Balloon dilatation for laryngotracheal stenosis: Our experience Anna Harrison Salford Royal Infirmary
P03 Bilateral selevtive laryngeal reinnervation after neck trauma: a case report Virginia Fancello Department of Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, University of Cagliari, Italy
P04 Paraglottic space neurofibroma: A case report Sofia Anastasiadou Imperial College London
P05 Management of Subglottic Stenosis in Pregnancy Todd Kanzara MidCheshire Hospitals NHS Trust, Crewe
P06 Plasma cell mucositis: a rare condition laryngologists should be familiar with Iulia Bujoreanu Charing Cross Hospital, London
P07 Impact of London Underground Air Pollution on the Nose: a review Chon Meng Lam University College London
P08 Transoral robotic surgery: Current applications in ENT, limitations and what is to come next Sofia Anastasiadou Imperial College London
P09 PRP and vocal fold healing Magdalena CHIRILA Iuliu Hatieganu University of Medicine and Pharmacy Cluj-Napoca
P10 Multiple congenital bronchogenic cysts and thyroglossal duct remnant – Case Report Sanjeev Gupta Sheffield Children’s Hospital
P11 When Stridor doesn’t need Antibiotics: Paradoxical Vocal Cord movement presenting in Emergency Departments Rujuta Roplekar BANCE Lister Hospital, East and North Hertfordshire Trust
P12 Subglottic Amyloidosis: An Unusual Case of Stridor Imogen Wilson Aintree University Hospital
P13 Case Report: Near Total Tracheal Separation: Diagnostic Delay and Pitfalls Raheb Alwany Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
P14 Subglottic Stenosis In Pregnancy: An Increasing Phenomenon? Omar Mulla Doncaster Royal Infirmary
P15 Myofascial kinetic chain dysfunction: a cause of muscle tension dysphonia Sean Fang University Hospital Lewisham
P16 Tracheostomy Care: Are We Meeting the National Standard? Angus Hotchkies Stepping Hill Hospital
P17 Foreign body reaction to silicone block implant following Isshiki Thyroplasty for unilateral vocal fold paralysis. Richard Townsley University Hospital Crosshouse, Kilmarnock, Scotland
P18 Reliability of video stroboscopy ratings in patients attending for revision medialisation procedures for unilateral vocal cord palsy. Richard Townsley university Hospital Crosshouse, Kilmarnock, Scotland
P19 Coblation in Laryngology Khageswar Rout Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences, Bhubaneswar
P20 WITHDRAWN
P21 Tolerated or traumatic? The child and family experience of dynamic flexible laryngoscopy in a paediatric voice clinic Natalie Watson Great Ormond Street Hospital
P22 4 th Branchial Arch Anomalies Management and long-term follow-up with open surgical excision Dr Aleksandra Kotwica MBBS PhD Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford
P23 A Comprehensive Review of the Development and Usage of the Laryngeal Mask Airway in Laryngology over 28 years at the Royal National Throat,Nose and Ear Hospital, London. Dr Aleksandra Kotwica Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford
P24 Inability to burp syndrome- A new disorder ? Diagnosis & Management Mr Yakubu Karagama Manchester University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
P25 A high-fidelity, fully immersive airway fire simulation for ENT trainees Ciaran Walsh University Hospital Aintree
P26 A novel use of simulation training in urgent laryngectomy care Freya Sparks Barts Health NHS Trust
P27 Outcomes following two stage laryngotracheal reconstruction in children (GOSH Update) Kiran Varadharajan Great Ormond street hospital
P28 Outcomes following single stage laryngotracheal reconstruction in children (GOSH Update) Kiran Varadharajan Great Ormond Street Hospital
P29 Obstructive Sleep Apnoea; an indication for direct laryngeal visualisation? A case report of missed bilateral laryngoceles diagnosed and treated as Obstructive Sleep Apnoea. Jack Faulkner Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust
P30 Injection thyroplasty augmentation:  What role does muscle tension play? Sadie Khwaja Manchester Foundation Trust
P31 Hydroxyapatite injection for unilateral vocal cord agenesis. Florian Schmidt ENT Department, Queen Alexandra Hospital Portsmouth
P32 What we know and don’t know about HPV infection in the larynx Anthony Rotman Charing Cross Hospital, Imperial trust
P33 WITHDRAWN
P34 Real-world treatment procedure and outcome in the elderly patients with laryngeal cancer Hiromitsu Hatakeyama Yokohama City University Medical Center
P35 Surgical excision of benign vocal cord lesions: the role of patient information sheets Robyn Wilcha MFT-Wythenshawe Hospital
P36 CHALLENGES OF MANAGING LARYNGOTRACHEAL STENOSIS IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY SETTING- CASE SERIES SULYMAN ALABI (PROF) UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN TEACHING HOSPITAL/UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN. NIGERIA
P37 Comparison of arytenoid vertical height discrepancy in normal versus patients with unilateral vocal cord palsy Eugene Wong Westmead Hospital Sydney Australia
P38 Arytenoid vertical height discrepancy in predicting outcomes after unilateral vocal cord medialisation Eugene Wong Westmead Hospital Sydney Australia
P39 WITHDRAWN Wen-Hsuan Tseng Department of Otolaryngology, National Taiwan University Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan

GUIDELINES FOR POSTER PRESENTERS

  1. Please refer to the Final Programme for your Poster Number
  2. Posters will be displayed for the duration of the Conference
  3. You can install your poster between 08.00 – 08.30 on Wednesday, 25 September 2019
  4. Each Poster must be a maximum A0 size (not exceeding 841 mm wide x 1189 mm high)
  5. Posters must be produced in Portrait Format (Landscape Format is not acceptable)
  6. Each poster must include the Title, Name of the Presenter and Co-Author (s), Institution or Hospital
  7. Co-authors should also attend if possible, to enable presenting authors to look at other posters and to field multiple enquiries
  8. When preparing your poster, please remember that your scientific message must be legible and clearly stated.  The purpose of your poster is to present your abstract work in a form that is easily understood and simple to read
  9. This is 18 point font which can easily be read from a distance.  Use larger size for the summary and for the headings.  Headings should be in bold type
  10. Do not use a dark background
  11. Keep the text formatting consistent throughout
  12. BLA encourages you to bring with you A4 handouts of your poster for delegates to take with them as required.
  13. BLA will provide velcro for your poster.  No drawing pins, staples, sticky pads or any other form of adhesive should be used
  14. It is useful to design your poster around the following headings:
  • Introduction (or Aims/Objectives)
  • Methods
  • Results
  • Conclusions (or Summary)
  • Reference list if applicable

It is recommended that you stand by your poster during the official refreshment breaks  and poster sessions in order to answer any questions.

All posters must be removed at the end of the Conference.  Posters that are not removed at the end of the Conference will be taken down and may be destroyed.

BEST PRIZE

There will be the David Howard Prize for best oral and best poster presentation.

We look forward to welcoming you to Edinburgh in September 2019 and to an extremely successful conference!
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