Although rare, long-term taste complications following tonsillectomy may indicate a need for more pre-op counseling and post-op follow-up
ENTtoday: December 2012
New evidence highlights how otolaryngologists can detect and treat movement disorders in patients with sleep disorders other than—or in addition to—sleep apnea
Bilateral cochlear implants improve spatial acuity; SSCD treated with surgical plugging; vocal fold paresis following neonatal cardiac surgery; management of temporal bone defects after oncologic resection; pattern of active HPV expression correlates to disease course; safety of antimicrobial photodynamic therapy for CRS studied
Payment adjustments for penalties levied under the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ PQRS mandate will be based on reported data starting in 2013
How to avoid restrictive employment agreements that prevent moonlighting, volunteering or appearing as an expert witness outside your clinical practice work
When it comes to receiving gifts from patients, otolaryngologists and other doctors walk a fine moral line
For mid-career job seekers, the right questions and answers can make all the difference
The power of a career network depends on the breadth and diversity of the individuals in it
Otolaryngologists suspect that prolonged tongue depression during tonsillectomy could result in taste disturbance
Do the low weight, high rigidity and delicately engineered design of titanium prosthesis lead to superior hearing results?
New Current Procedural Terminology codes, including codes for reporting pediatric sleep studies and intraoperative neurophysiology monitoring, are now available.
New research suggests that shifting bacterial populations may spur chronic rhinosinusitis
The role of hyoid procedures in the surgical management of SDB remains uncertain, as several reports have emerged questioning their potential benefit.