Pharyngeal upper airway surgery in patients with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) resulted in no significant, persistent adverse change in swallowing function.
Pediatric otolaryngologists who apply adult learning principles with trainees will maximize both the efficiency and efficacy of the learning process.
Prolonged operative time is associated with several adverse outcomes following endoscopic sinonasal surgery, including prolonged hospital length of stay, overall surgical complications, and bleeding.
Nasal discharge was the only symptom significantly improved by nasal saline treatment in patients with acute rhinosinusitis.
Awake in-office procedures may be the preferred treatment method for many patients who require multiple interventional treatments of the larynx, especially those at risk of being put under general anesthesia.
This method combines a lateral transcervical approach to provide proximal internal carotid artery (ICA) control and early visualization without the morbidity of a maxillary swing.
Multilayered repair of OAF–ONF using a pedicled intranasal flap combined with an intraoral local flap facilitated excellent closure in patients.
Sinonasal neoplasms have a wide spectrum of histopathologies and biological behaviors, but close proximity to critical structures, such as the skull base and orbit, can make surgical resection a challenge.
Eustachian tube dysfunction (ETD) is often associated with nasal obstruction and inferior turbinate hypertrophy; is nasal surgery an option?
University of Washington researchers have created a screening system for hearing that uses a smartphone and low-cost earbuds rather than the commercial devices currently in use. The system is detailed in an article published in Nature […]