Politics is not a four-letter word.
ENTtoday: October 2008
It is a common scenario in an otolaryngology office: A patient with nasal congestion and a sinus headache wants an antibiotic to eradicate the problem-and quickly.
A meta-analysis of the literature suggests that oncologic and voice quality results are similar if patients with early-stage glottic cancer are treated with either transoral laser surgery or external beam radiotherapy.
It has been suggested that since its introduction in 1992, the term evidence-based medicine (EBM) has reached almost iconic status within the medical lexicon.
Experts Urge Building Support System Before Jumping on Apology Bandwagon: ‘Be Proactive, Not Reactive’
Six years ago, in August 2001, the University of Michigan Health System (UMHS) had 262 pre-suit claims and lawsuits pending.
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Treatment with the antiepileptic drug pregabalin (Lyrica) appears to relieve symptoms among patients with laryngeal sensory neuropathy, researchers reported at the 88th annual meeting of the American Broncho-Esophagological Association.
A leading endoscopic surgeon said that removing complex esthesioneuro blastomas can be achieved using accepted oncological principles, and that the early results appear comparable to outcomes achieved with conventional surgery.
A recent study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine concluded that hearing loss is more prevalent among adults in the United States than previously believed.