Computational fluid dynamics applied in postoperative endoscopic endonasal approach (EEA) to patients suggest that sinus pressure buildup may depend on individual anatomy.
Among 24-hour dual-probe pH testing, esophageal high-resolution manometry, esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD), and contrast videofluoroscopy (esophagram), which modality is most able to identify the common abnormalities seen in patients with globus sensation? Bottom line: Esophageal high-resolution manometry testing identified the greatest proportion of common abnormalities seen in patients with globus sensation. BACKGROUND: Globus sensation has long been […]
Understanding temporal dynamics of COVID-19 patient symptoms could provide fine-grained resolution to guide clinical decision-making.
The voice and airway presentation of patients with FMS, IBS, and/or CFS suggests that these disorders may be different clinical manifestations of a shared pathophysiology.
There were no significant complications for drug-induced sleep endoscopies (DISE) performed on child patients in the operating room or in the MRI induction room.
Endoscopic and microscopic stapes surgery have similar audiological success, but some data suggest lower chorda tympani injury and postoperative taste disturbance risk with the endoscope.
A look at whether a prescription of voice rest has a meaningful impact on vocal outcomes following CO2 laser resection of superficial
vocal cord lesions.
Patient satisfaction was neither impaired nor improved by the presence of a scribe in the otolaryngology clinic.
Preoperatively administered GCS improved olfaction in CRS patients with nasal polyps is comparable to surgery, and changes in steroids predicted olfactory outcome postoperatively.
Women are currently disproportionately underrepresented in otolaryngology leadership roles, but a shift may be taking place.