ENT has traditionally been a sought-after specialty, but residency applications have dropped the last two years.
Otolaryngology needs more women practitioners and more persons of color.
An otolaryngology resident discusses using mobile audiograms in rural India.
Physicians gather at COSM for the 2018 Triological Society Annual Meeting.
Four panelists participated in a round-table discussion titled, “Is the Eustachian Tube the Key?”
Among the highlights at this year’s meeting were patient nonattendance, a new device for nasal valve obstruction treatment, and otolaryngology-specific outcomes following Zika virus exposure in infants.
The 2014 release of the tinnitus clinical practice guideline by the American Academy of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS) changed the way Minka Schofield, MD, treated patients with tinnitus. “Before this guideline, vitamins, steroids, and melatonin were all being used in an effort to help patients with tinnitus. We’d actually done our own study that […]
Editor’s note: This article is part one of a two-part series on Dr. Yalamanchali’s medical service trip to India. Part two, which will publish in ENTtoday’s June issue, and will focus on her work with mobile hearing tests. At the University of Kansas (KU) Medical Center in Kansas City, a partnership with a premier academic […]