A look at how pathologic features contribute to clinical outcomes of early oral tongue squamous cell carcinoma relative to tumor depth of invasion.
A look at the association between orthonasal olfaction and chemosensory perception in patients with smell loss.
Broad amplification of accurate information is essential to counteract the massive increase in demand for unproven and potentially hazardous coronavirus treatments prompted by high-profile endorsements.
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.
A look at how and to what degree sleep disorders are associated with patients with cardiovascular disease at the biochemical and functional level.
These are recommendations that pediatric otolaryngologists can adopt to provide effective care for their COVID-19 patients and ensure safety for themselves, other healthcare workers, and their patients.
A look at how the ethical issues that arise from coronavirus will affect practicing otolaryngologists.
Evidence-based preoperative assessment protocols that reduce unnecessary testing and extraneous cost without increased perioperative morbidity and mortality should be implemented into routine otolaryngology practice.
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.
A look at to what extent mental health distress precedes or follows voice disorder diagnoses.