Deciding when to stop performing surgeries is a tough decision for many surgeons. Here’s a look at some of the key points to consider.
ENTtoday: August 2018
If unrecognized and untreated, depression contributes to decreased quality of life and early mortality.
A look at the complex issues surgeons face when deciding when to stop operating.
Burnout at the early stages of a medical career can cause one to feel hopeless about medicine and/or oneself, and less empathetic toward patients.
Patients who do not keep their appointments are a financial burden on a practice and can have a major impact on others waiting for treatment.
To help alleviate some of the tension surrounding the audit process, providers must be proactive and understand what types of audits exist and how to prepare for the possibility.
A rhinologist and facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon discuss existing treatment options for nasal airway obstruction.
Peritonsillar abscess (PTA) is one of the most common deep space head and neck infections.
A look at the periprocedural management of anticoagulation and antiplatelet medications, including aspirin, warfarin, and clopidogrel.
T1W imaging may aid in the exclusion of false-positive cases on diagnostic non-EP DW MR imaging for cholesteatomas.
In most studies, changing the outcome of a single patient completely changes the conclusions of the study.
Upfront sialendoscopy is more cost-effective compared to medicalbmanagement–ultrasound.
This systematic review identified a 22-item common symptom set that can be used to create an evidence-based patient-reported outcome measure to evaluate health-related quality of life in SCDS.
Obtaining abundant material under general anesthesia may reduce the risk of diagnostic error and inadequate treatment.
Successes include benefits in speech perception abilities significantly better than those in the preoperative best-aided condition.