When the team of otolaryngologists from Children’s Hospital in Boston, including Drs. David Roberson and Rahul Shah, among others, investigated the classification of errors and physician responses to errors as it is germane to otolaryngology, they provided a great service to their fellow specialists.
ENTtoday: December 2006
According to the American Cancer Society, smokers are six times more likely than nonsmokers to develop oral cavity and oropharyngeal cancers.
Techniques in functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS) have come a long way since their inception, and there are new ways of working with patients.
When it comes to performing surgery for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), there are a variety of procedures that can be done, but otolaryngologists sometimes have personal preferences, and preferences can affect everything from how diagnoses are made to the type of surgery performed, often with similar end results.
As otolaryngologists are performing more procedures on an in-office basis, more are also using conscious sedation in the clinic setting.
The incidence of thyroid cancer is increasing rapidly in the United States and the past few years have seen dramatic shifts in the management of papillary and follicular thyroid cancer.
An expert panel containing three former American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy presidents recently provided a look at the future of allergic rhinitis, as well as a refresher on how best to treat it.
Pharmaceutical company representatives (PCRs) are as ubiquitous in otolaryngologists’ offices as seasonal allergies and ear infections.
For years, radical surgery was the only treatment for head and neck cancer (HNSCC).
Sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSHL) has stumped otolaryngologists for decades.