In some cases, avoiding a rush to open surgery can lead to the best results
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Larynx-preserving surgery alone and larynx-preserving surgery with radiation were associated with improved survival compared to radiation alone.
Preoperative steroid injections may occasionally obviate the need for surgery, and they are helpful in a patient management perspective
Adenoidectomy is a reasonable first-line surgical option for pediatric patients with CRS that is refractory to medical therapy
Research shows that post-surgery tonsillectomy may be needed in up to 29% of pediatric adenoidectomy cases
Patients who listen to any form of music before, during, or after surgery experienced reduced anxiety and less pain post-operatively
MRI scans, microsurgery, and radiosurgery treatment modalities measured for quality-of-life impact
Steroid use can shorten operation time, improve peri-operative visibility by reducing blood loss
Studies show surgery for PET generally safe with few isolated risks