This study suggests that female otolaryngologists within certain subspetomatic cialties are keeping pace with their male colleagues in publication productivity in the early career time frame.
Literature Reviews » Otology/Neurotology
A look at how the ethical issues that arise from coronavirus will affect practicing otolaryngologists.
Decreased smell function is a major marker for coronavirus infection; therefore, smell testing may help to identify COVID-19 patients in need of early treatment or quarantine.
This initial experience shows that transoral robotic thyroid (TORT) appears to be a safe and feasible option for obese patients pursuing scarless thyroid surgery.
Statin use is associated with decreased rates of chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) based on a nationally representative sample of outpatient visits in the United States.
A look at the relationship between hearing loss and internal auditory canal (IAC) diverticula.
Eosinophil-derived SEMA4D aggravates ECRS, and serum SEMA4D levels reflect disease severity.
Conflicting demands between home and professional life are one of the barriers to recruiting, promoting, and retaining women in academic otolaryngology.
A look at opioid prescription and consumption figures, as well as pain trends, for common otolaryngologic procedures.
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