A mentor is often one of the most valuable resources young physicians or students can have as they begin their journey into medicine.
ENTtoday: July 2018
The patient–physician relationship is unique with respect to physical contact, given the importance of the physical examination and the physician’s responsibility to understand and connect with he patient.
For otolaryngologists, June is a time when we can recharge our batteries and reflect on the previous 12 months.
In a study that reported the most satisfying jobs in the United States, physicians were not even among the top 10.
The use of topical high-volume budesonide irrigation does not appear to have a significant effect on IOP and carries a low risk of HPA axis suppression when used long term.
Imaging is indicated in the initial evaluation of unilateral facial paralysis in the presence of symptoms inconsistent with Bell’s palsy.
Acupuncture has shown encouraging results when utilized within a variety of ear, nose, and throat procedures.
Head and neck cancer survivors have neurocognitive sequelae up to two years after definitive chemoradiotherapy or radiation treatment.
Otolaryngologists wrote nearly 1 million days’ worth of opioids to Medicare beneficiaries in 2015.
Olfactory training (OT) was associated with an increase in GM volume of the hippocampus and the thalamus.
Epistaxis may present early in HHT, but is typically mild in the pediatric period and is slightly worse in patients with HHT1.
The appearance of LFABGs suggests deterioration of endolymphatic hydrops.