Head and neck cancers, nasal and sinus disorders, and hearing loss represent an opportunity to use precision-guided therapies.
ENTtoday: January 2019
Medical researchers are now using crowdsourcing to save research time, expedite diagnoses, and pursue groundbreaking discoveries powered by new technologies.
Dr. Samkon Gado has had the good fortune to have found two careers to love—professional football and medicine.
This past year, otolaryngology lost a trio of its greatest teachers. Drs. Glasscock, Alford and Stammberger will be sorely missed, but their teachings will live on.
Leadership and engagement are critical for individual phyisician and organizational well-being.
A new rule will increase 340B drug program cuts by expanding changes to off-campus provider-based hospital outpatient departments paid under the Physician Fee Schedule.
Simulation devices, virtual reality and other technology trends will continue to influence training, medical residency program directors say.
Patients with EVA are commonly discouraged from playing contact sports due to concerns about a possible risk for sudden hearing drops or vestibular dysfunction following even minor head trauma.
Facial nerve paralysis (FNP) is a potential complication following parotid surgery.
Sigmoid sinus thrombosis (SST) remains a rare but serious intracranial complication of acute mastoiditis.
This particular study showed that an SUVmax ratio between tonsils >1.6 (62% sensitive, 100% specific) is highly suspicious and warrants biopsy.
Findings did not demonstrate an association between tumor size and aspirin intake.
This list clarifies expert opinion on which patient, disease, procedural, and outcome measures may be important to consider in any pediatric airway reconstruction patient.
A look at the clinical presenting symptoms of diplomatic personnel residing in Havana during the acute time period in autumn 2016.
Presence of glaucoma the real clinical adverse event of concern when using intranasal corticosteroids for adult patients with rhinitis.
Ten tasks and 49 subtasks offer the opportunity to improve surgical training and enhance patient safety by identifying high-risk steps in functional endoscopic sinus surgery, and how risk can be mitigated.