Computational modeling could have large impact on otolaryngology surgery at all stages
ENTtoday: May 2017
Legitimate open access journals can speed up research dissemination, benefit innovation
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Physicians who are new parents face specific challenges, but a child-accommodating hospital or medical practice can make all the difference
Patients can now have physician visits in their homes, hotels, and workplaces—all with just a few taps on a smartphone
Endoscopic repair of anterior skull base leaks and MCF or transmastoid approaches for lateral skull base leaks have a high success rate of repair
Bilaterally implanted patients benefit significantly in difficult everyday listening situations
Barriers to accessing hearing healthcare included denial of the problem, inconvenience, lack of support from family, and financial means
Cine MRI and DISE documented single and multiple sites of UAO in children with persistent OSA after AT
Incidence of pediatric consumer product ingestion has continued to rise, whereas incidence of aspiration has remained relatively stable
Otolaryngologists should therefore pay more attention to this structure, especially as it may play a role in regulating nasal airflow and humidifying inspired air
Radiosurgical treatment of vestibular schwannomas is safe and effective.
How Does Depth of Invasion Influence the Decision to Do a Neck Dissection in Clinically N0 Oral Cavity Cancer?
Patients with cT1-2 N0 oral tongue squamous cell carcinomas with known > 3-mm DOI should be counseled on the possible survival benefit of END with primary tumor resection.