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ENTtoday: December 2019
Gayle Woodson,, MD, writes and volunteers at a local medical clinic for people without health insurance called Space Coast Volunteers in Medicine.
Physicians should be careful to ensure there is clinical experience and basic science to balance the risk–reward of off-label drug use.
Four otolaryngologists who have taken the leap into entrepreneurship share how to choose the right idea and determine the right timing for taking the plunge.
The decision to engage saled and marketing representives should be made carefully because the arrangements are subject to significant scrutiny under the federal Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS) and state equivalents.
A physician considering prescribing a certain medication that is not on the FDA-approved indications list must contemplate three aspects of that decision—legal/regulatory, clinical evidence, and ethics.
Ashok R. Shaha, MD, one of the world’s most respected head and neck oncology and endocrine surgeons, say his humble upbringing continues to shape his medical career.
A look at whether tracheotomy or cricothyrotomy is safer in an emergency surgical airway.
Spare roof technique significantly improved patient quality of life regarding nose function and appearance.
Ethmoidal Arteries with Pedicled Septal Floor Rotational Flaps Are Ideal for Endoscopic Skull Base Reconstruction
Ethmoidal arteries with pedicled septal floor rotational flaps, with their strong blood supply and large coverage area, are ideal replacements for the nasoseptal flap.
A look at the risk factors that may contribute to multiple hemorrhages following tonsil surgery in children.
What is the prevalence of occult cervical disease and the evidence for using elective neck dissection (END)?
Continuation of esketamine nasal spray in addition to oral antidepressant treatment resulted in clinically meaningful superiority in delaying relapse for patients with TRD.
It is oncologically safe to use the submental flap for reconstruction. Here’s a look at whether it’s oncologically safe to use the submental flap for reconstruction of oral cavity cancer defects.
New cochlear impant users consistently demonstrate improvements in attention, episodic, and working memory, as well as processing speed, even after as little as 6 months experience with their devices.
The management of vestibular neuritis with corticosteroids remains controversial.
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Ultrasound can be used effectively for precise sialolith localization intraoperatively, and can be repeated multiple times during any given procedure