AAO-HNS to release list of 5 tests it considers unnecessary or overused
Plans to focus on expanding educational resources for members
Otolaryngologists discuss the nuances of humanitarian work
Case of the Month: Weight Loss and Hoarseness in a 38-Year-Old Woman
A woman presented with a chief complaint of throat pain of four weeks duration and hoarseness of several years duration. She eventually presented to the otolaryngology clinic complaining of a four-week history of odynophagia associated with a frequent urge to clear her throat.
Special Report: New Sudden Hearing Loss Guidelines Provoke Mixed Opinions
Otolaryngologists debate recommendations on steroids, hyperbaric oxygen
Literature Review: Literature Review: A Roundup of Important Recent Studies
Steroid complications; ESS complications on the decline; management of frontal sinus inverted papilloma; clinical tests of vestibular function; prognostic factors for Merkel cell carcinoma; benign midmembranous vocal fold lesions.
Health Policy: IPAB is Medicare's New Hammer for Spending Accountability
The Independent Payment Advisory Board will have the authority to cut Medicare provider spending to keep it below a cap, with unprecedented autonomy