Featured In This Issue of ENT TodayApril 2014
Early in his career, William Lydiatt, MD, a head and neck surgeon, noticed that some of his patients seemed depressed, while others seemed happier, and that his patients’ moods didn’t necessarily correspond with the severity of their disease or degree of treatment-related disability. ...
Residual Sleepiness in Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea a Treatment Challenge for Otolaryngologists
One of the most frustrating experiences for a physician is treating a patient whose symptoms do not resolve. Approximately 10% of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) patients pose a challenge to physicians, meeting the clinical parameters of successful treatment while still being plagued with excessive daytime sleepiness (Curr Opin Pulm Med. 2013;19:601-608). This symptom affects more than quality of life. ...
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In 2009, the Triological Society launched its Best Practice series, published in The Laryngoscope. TRIO Best Practices are brief, structured reviews designed to provide the busy clinician with a handy outline and reference for day-to-day clinical decision making. Since many Laryngoscope readers have found the Best Practice
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