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ENTtoday: February 2018
The three keys to the annual meetings of the Triological Society, the American Academy of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS): prepare, meet, and follow-up.
A message from ENTtoday’s physician editor, Alex Chiu, MD.
Define your own priorities, set your own goals, and carve your own path
We asked Ronald B. Kuppersmith, MD, MBA, what he listens to during a procedure.
Does the Frontal Sinus Need To Be Obliterated Following Fracture with Frontal Sinus Outflow Tract Injury?
The treatment goals of frontal sinus fracture repair include maintenance of normal sinus function and preservation of an aesthetic facial contour.
Recent studies have suggested a possible unique link between loud snoring and carotid artery stenosis, even in patients without OSA or with only very mild disease.
The added cystic descriptors allow for increased clarity in terminology between surgeons and pathologists and recognize the need to highlight oncocyte presence.
In this study, researchers provide the first evidence that it is possible to regenerate stem cells of the nasal tissue in mice, thus enlarging the population of adult stem cells.
There is inadequate evidence to develop a standardized protocol for optimal anticoagulation therapy in patients undergoing free flap reconstruction of the head and neck.
Patients with glottic insufficiency and dyspnea prior to intervention had a significant reduction in dyspnea following treatment.