135| Volume 40, ISSUE 10, P1144, October 2011

Elongated styloid process (eagle's syndrome): a case report

      Elongated styloid process is an infrequently seen condition which is rather hard to diagnose, causes sore throat, foreign body sensation at deglutition or earache by stimulating the pharynx and cervical nerves. Its pathogenesis and treatment modalities are still being debated while different theories have been presented.
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