The three pillars of emotional intelligence are communication, appreciation, and empathy. High emotional intelligence can play a part in building or undermining relationships with colleagues and patients.
Biologics target and suppress specific drivers of inflammation and work well in some patients to treat the symptoms of nasal polyposis.
How clinical registries in otolaryngology have played important roles in steering treatment decisions and bolstering outcomes.
Radiation therapy has a host of drawbacks, including long-term side effects and even treatment-related morbidity in some cases.
Vagus nerve stimulation paired with tones may improve auditory processing.
Autoinflammatory diseases are a new class of immune-mediated diseases of the innate immune system.
A physician’s ethical obligation beyond access to care. If your patients are culturally different from you, it’s important to learn and understand their needs.
A digital signal can be generated using chemical macromolecular cooperativity at the nanoscale to build a transistor-like probe.
Dr. Meanna encouraged surgical oncologists not to change their management without level-1 evidence from clinical trials.
In his talk at the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Annual Meeting, Dr. Shah addressed how physicians need to rely on systems to mitigate risk.