TORONTO-Pediatric otolaryngology has advanced by leaps and bounds over the past couple of decades, but it’s the rise in subspecialties within the field that has lead to the most changes in practice.
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A panel of pediatric otolaryngology experts here at the meeting of the Eastern Section of the Triological Society described some of the changes in practice seen in areas such as testing, surgery, and the quality of evidence for commonly done procedures.
Twenty years ago, pediatric otolaryngologists were members of the senior society. It became a subspecialty, truly, and we went out and developed our own society, said Blake Papsin, MD, Associate Professor of Otolaryngology at the University of Toronto in Ontario. He was moderator of the panel, Tiny Humans/Massively Complex Problems: A Glimpse into Tertiary-Quartnary Pediatric Otolaryngology.| | | Next → | Single Page