More well-controlled studies are needed to guide clinical practices for CBD and medical marijuana.
ENTtoday: September 2019
Many experts agree that the rise in diagnosis and treatment is being led by consumer demand rather than by hard science.
Aging is correlated with both hearing loss and cognitive decline, but recent research has looked into a direct connection between two problems, independent of normal aging.
Experience and the want for disruptive change are wonderful when used in balance with each other.
Research training can vary from institution to institution, with some programs geared toward training otolaryngologists in private practice and others geared toward those who want to become academics or researchers.
Forgoing an additional academic degree, like business administration (MBA) and public health (MPH), may come at a cost in today’s increasingly complex and competitive healthcare environment.
Both septoplasty and rhinoplasty are associated with mostly mild pain, and postoperative opioid requirements are quite low.
A look at the major advantages and disadvantages of these electrodes to help guide surgeons considering electrode type.
Explaining how to calculate and interpret the minimal clinically important difference of patient-reported outcome measures?
Analysis of tumor type HPV DNA has considerable promise as a biomarker for treatment response and risk of progression.
As technology and training standards evolve, 3D printing is emerging as a key technology in patient care in Oto-HNS.
Comparing the time to odontogenic sinusitis resolution after primary dental treatment versus endoscopic sinus surgery.
Despite the rising oral tongue squamous cell carcinoma incidences in young patients, they have improved survival rates compared to older patients.
A look at the various temporal bone simulation platforms and their best uses.
Enhanced mucosal contact appears critical in improving curcumin release and absorption.