Mini facelifts are gaining popularity, because they can restore the face and neck to a more youthful appearance but are performed under local anesthesia and are therefore safer and less expensive than a traditional facelift.
ENTtoday: July 2006
How much do your treatments and procedures vary from the established standard of care? Does it matter?
The number of people looking for a nip here, a tuck there, a new nose, or higher brows is on the rise.
Two studies look at trends in the cost and length of time spent developing new pharmaceuticals
Although most respiratory papillomatosis starts in childhood, some patients develop symptoms in adulthood.
Technological advances in recent years are creating a shift in the paradigm regarding the management of frontal sinus fractures.
As medical malpractice lawsuits have become increasingly standard fare in the United States judicial system, providing expert witness testimony has become something of a cottage industry in the medical and scientific communities.
Sleep disordered breathing (SDB) encompasses a spectrum of problems that range from primary snoring to obstructive sleep apnea.
Consider this: Over the past two decades, data from both the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) program and the National Cancer Database indicate that the survival rates for patients with laryngeal cancer have decreased.
Despite much belief to the contrary, tobacco control has been a major public health success over the last four decades.
New guidelines published by the American Thyroid Association hope to offer stronger evidence on which to base diagnosis and treatment of thyroid nodules and thyroid cancer.
West Nile Virus, SARS, Lyme disease, HIV—these aren’t our parents’ infectious diseases anymore.