The three pillars of emotional intelligence are communication, appreciation, and empathy. High emotional intelligence can play a part in building or undermining relationships with colleagues and patients.
ENTtoday: November 2019
Biologics target and suppress specific drivers of inflammation and work well in some patients to treat the symptoms of nasal polyposis.
How clinical registries in otolaryngology have played important roles in steering treatment decisions and bolstering outcomes.
Radiation therapy has a host of drawbacks, including long-term side effects and even treatment-related morbidity in some cases.
Vagus nerve stimulation paired with tones may improve auditory processing.
Autoinflammatory diseases are a new class of immune-mediated diseases of the innate immune system.
A physician’s ethical obligation beyond access to care. If your patients are culturally different from you, it’s important to learn and understand their needs.
A digital signal can be generated using chemical macromolecular cooperativity at the nanoscale to build a transistor-like probe.
Dr. Meanna encouraged surgical oncologists not to change their management without level-1 evidence from clinical trials.
In his talk at the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Annual Meeting, Dr. Shah addressed how physicians need to rely on systems to mitigate risk.
Over the next year, ENTtoday will continue to focus on stories about the wonderful things we do in otolaryngology, the ones that give our lives purpose.
Ilaaf Darrat, MD, MBA, a pediatric otolaryngologist, explains how running has helped her medical career.
Otolaryngologists share what they learned about from their experience collecting clinical data surrounding cochlear implant care.
All individuals presenting with an extratympanic paraganglioma of the head and neck should undergo genetic testing.
Screening for depression in patients with OSA would be worthwhile because there is a high rate of comorbidity.
There is a critical need for high-quality randomized control trials to determine if diuretics are effective for treating Meniére’s disease.
Life purpose was significantly associated with all-cause mortality in The Health and Retirement Study.
A look at the clinical viability of using speech neuroprosthetic technology to restore spoken communication.
The interaction between tobacco exposure and HPV infection in the context of OPSCC has significant implications for standard of care treatment regimens.
Sinonasal cancer shows an 11.7% recurrence rate after a five-year disease- free period, but varies by tumor pathology.
What is the extent of airway improvement and voice quality in patients with bilateral vocal fold paralysis (BVFP) who underwent selective laryngeal reinnervation surgery?
A look at the effect of therapeutic radiation exposure on airway volume, tissue deformation, and bony structure displacement in the setting of operative laryngoscopy.
A look at the imaging characteristics and clinical outcomes of biphenotypic sinonasal sarcoma (BSS)?
The intraductal route of botulinum toxin delivery to salivary glands was without complication and was effective in two patients treated therapeutically.