Patients who underwent UPPP±T without DISE did not show a statistically significant difference in outcomes compared to the patients who underwent DISE with other procedures, including TORS
Literature Reviews » Sleep Medicine
An evaluation of a child with sleep-disordered breathing requires a careful assessment of symptoms as well as tonsil size
Self-reported snoring linked with decreased sleep time, unintentionally falling asleep, coronary artery disease, depressive disorders
Airway, tongue, soft palate, and lateral wall volumes change significantly after OSA-TORS
HNS procedure may be considered for patients with OSA who fail medical treatment
What does existing clinical literature say on the association between secondhand smoke and sleep disordered breathing in children?
Does surgical intervention, particularly multilevel surgery, for OSA decrease depression and sleepiness?
What is the relationship between CSF and OSA?
What is the long-term effectiveness of palatal implants as a treatment for primary snoring?