The hospital at which the cancer surgery is performed does seem to matter when it comes to the likelihood of survival.
Regular nonsteroidal anti- inflammatory drugs use likely confers a statistically and clinically significant advantage disease-specific survival overall survival in patients with head and neck squamous cell carcinoma.
Magnitude of amplitude tremor (MATR) and magnitude of frequency tremor (MFTR) were significantly lower after three weeks of octanoic acid dosing compared to placebo.
The advantages of TORS for early stage OPSCC may be a lower likelihood of postsurgical positive margins and subsequent need for adjuvant chemoradiotherapy.
Concurrent septoplasty and younger age were associated with increased opioid usage, although the majority of FESS patients did not take more than five opioid tablets after surgery.
Otitis media history was a significant hearing impairment risk factor each period, whereas very low birth weight emerged as an important risk factor after survival chances improved.
Although several simple clinical findings are useful for predicting a higher likelihood of difficult endotracheal intubation, no clinical finding reliably excludes a difficult intubation.
A look at the cumulative effect of diagnostic steps for primary tumor identification in patients with head and neck squamous cell carcinoma of unknown primary.
LDMs provided favorable outcomes in patients with chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps (CRSwNP).