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.
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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.
Tonsillectomy for patients with IFT displaying SUVmax >9.0, ratio >1.5, or symptoms or findings suggesting malignancy is recommended.
Stimulated Raman histology can rapidly produce images similar to FFPE H&E in sinonasal and skull base tumors.
Evaluating the current state of extended reality use in otolaryngology education.
What do variables in the National Cancer Database (NCDB) suggest about treatment decisions between surgery and radiation for early stage glottic carcinoma (EGC)? BOTTOM LINE Most patients in the NCDB […]
Care delays related to evaluations by multiple providers and misdiagnosis prolong the time to diagnosis in patients with oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma that is not associated with, or negative for, human papillomavirus.
In the era of effective adjuvant systemic therapies, the use of ICI alone in the adjuvant setting may be insufficient to effectively reduce regional failure.
Surgical incision using electrocautery can be quicker, with less blood loss and better postoperative pain scores.