Lord Ribeiro gave his presentation at COSM 2011.
Dr. Johnson gave the presentation at COSM 2011.
Audiofile: TRIO Guest of Honor Shares Career Advice
Dr. Harold Pillsbury gave his presentation at COSM 2011.
Dr. Gerald Berke gave his presentation at COSM 2011.
New limits on doctors in training in the United Kingdom (U.K.) have drastically reduced the amount of training they receive and may put patients in peril, a renowned retired British surgeon told listeners here on April 29 at the Annual Meeting of the Triological Society, held as part of the Combined Otolaryngology Spring Meetings.
Article: Lecturer Warns Against Overuse of CRT: Says many early-stage laryngeal cancer patients overtreated
Chemoradiation therapy (CRT) for head and neck cancer is overused at some centers in patients with early-stage laryngeal cancer, and more care should be taken not to overtreat patients with therapy that can have toxic effects, said invited lecturer Jonas Johnson, MD, at the Annual Meeting of the Triological Society, held here on April 29 as part of the Combined Otolaryngology Spring Meetings.
Harold Pillsbury, MD, chair of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine in Chapel Hill, is known as one of the more colorful figures in his field, with a bright smile—usually accompanied by a bow tie—and a forthright demeanor.
A 29-year-old banker with a mild upper respiratory infection that’s been lingering for a week arrives at the otolaryngologist’s office with tinnitus. He had flown six days earlier and lifted at the gym five days earlier.
Article: New Tool Could Aid Decisions on Elective Neck Dissection: Fast polymerase chain reaction detects sentinel lymph node positivity
Quantitative real-time polymerase chain reaction (Q-PCR) can be a valuable tool in the operating room to determine whether head and neck cancer patients should go on to elective neck dissection, researchers said here on April 29 at the Annual Meeting of the Triological Society, held as part of the Combined Otolaryngology Spring Meetings.
Article: Neurotrophic Factors Aid Laryngeal Reinnervation: Rat study highlights potential new technique for nerve injury
Neurotrophic factors can be introduced using stem cells and, along with the plant alkaloid vincristine, can be used to selectively reinnervate the larynx in rat models, a researcher from Indiana University said here on April 29 at the Annual Meeting of the Triological Society, held as part of the Combined Otolaryngology Spring Meetings.
Special Report: A Personal Spin on Migraine-Associated Vertigo Treatments: With few formal guidelines, otolaryngologists use trial and error
Physicians have noted the potential for dizziness in migraine patients since the 19th century. And yet the 21st century has so far failed to bring any unifying definition to a symptom that is frustratingly diffuse in its intensity and frequency and unclear in its origins.
Literature Review: Literature Review: A roundup of important recent studies
Drug-Induced Sleep Endoscopy Provides Insight into OSA; Idiopathic Subglottic Stenosis Is a Reflux Mediated Disease; Pretreatment Swallowing Assessment in Head and Neck Cancer Patients; A Review of Contemporary Management of Vestibular Schwannomas
Practice Management: Return on Recycling: Reprocessing single-use devices may lower costs, improve efficiency
The idea of reusing single-use devices may bring to mind the recent news of a Las Vegas urologist who was investigated in March for supposedly resuing single-use devices. As the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports, Dr. Michael Kaplan is accussed of reusing, but not not decontaminating, endocavity needle guides. While Dr. Kaplan’s specific case may be unique, the idea of reprocessing single-use devices is not.