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ENTtoday: August 2008
Eosinophils are the bane of nasal mucosa, and no one knows better than Fredrick A. Kuhn, MD, of the Georgia Nasal and Sinus Institute in Savannah, GA-a region where it is not uncommon for otolaryngologists to see patients presenting with polyps.
Intraoperative volume CT is showing promise as a tool to help with complex endoscopic sinonasal and skull base procedures.
Better chemotherapy and aggressive chemoradiation have contributed to improved locoregional control and survival for head and neck cancer.
Noninvasive surgical interventions are widely used to stave off the effects of aging on the skin.
Just how much of the nose plays a role in sleep-disordered breathing should probably get a bit more attention.
Does multilevel upper airway surgery preclude continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) usage, and is there a best way to repair cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) leaks?
The success of functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS) often depends on patient selection and expectations, according to several experts.
The use of an end-to-side coupling device for anastomosis appears to successfully work in challenging cases involving head and neck reconstruction following resection of cancer, researchers reported here at the 111th annual meeting of the Triological Society.