ENT has traditionally been a sought-after specialty, but residency applications have dropped the last two years.
ENTtoday: June 2018
Otolaryngology needs more women practitioners and more persons of color.
An otolaryngology resident discusses using mobile audiograms in rural India.
Physicians gather at COSM for the 2018 Triological Society Annual Meeting.
Four panelists participated in a round-table discussion titled, “Is the Eustachian Tube the Key?”
Among the highlights at this year’s meeting were patient nonattendance, a new device for nasal valve obstruction treatment, and otolaryngology-specific outcomes following Zika virus exposure in infants.
Diversity of thought, mind, and body is a key message in June’s issue of ENTtoday.
Chen’s first operating room experience reminded her of the rush she always felt performing on stage as a concert pianist and chamber musician.
Compensation models can dictate not only what a physician will make in the near future, but also what his or her long-term opportunities may be.
Given the current evidence available, it is recommended that infants who fail their newborn hearing screening should undergo CMV testing.
vHIT provides information complementary to other available vestibular tests and may be a key part of evaluating suspected peripheral vestibular deficits.
It is evident that BRAF does predict recurrence and unfavorable characteristics in differentiated thyroid cancers (DTC).
There is a clear need for further research on genetic alterations underlying the rising incidence of HNSCC in low-risk, nontraditional patients.
ETD-related symptom improvement due to surgery of the anterior half of the inferior turbinate was found to be equal to placebo.
Upper airway stimulation resulted in significant and profound improvement for all groups.
Future research should determine minimal clinically important difference for VHI-10 across all voice disorders.