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ENTtoday: January 2020
Studies have shown that fewer women than men in healthcare are promoted into leadership positions.
With no official guidelines specific to otolaryngology on perioperative precautions to prevent deep vein thrombosis, otolaryngologists may not have all the information they need about risks facing their patients.
Experiencing severe physical limitations made these otolaryngologists realize how physical their jobs really are. Here are some important lessons they shared.
For your New Year’s resolutions create a list of minor changes and actions you can make for better physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health and wellbeing.
Outcomes of powered eDCR without the preservation of mucosal flaps compare favorably to previously reported results.
A look at the satisfaction rates, recommendations, regrets, subjective taste disturbances, and individually reported side effects after a modified uvulopalatopharyngoplasty (UPPP) technique to treat obstructive sleep apnea.
A look at what we know about intracochlear fibrosis and the foreign body response following cochlear implantation (CI)?
Investigators have realized significant success in validated models using machine learning, but challenges remain in their implementation.
There is evidence that combination analgesics, such as acetaminophen plus codeine, provide superior pain relief to monotherapy analgesics in otologic surgery perioperative pain management.
Depth of Invasion Addition to Tumor Guidelines Can Result in a Higher Tumor Stage in More Than 20% of Patients
How accurate are tumor dimension measurements on ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging as compared with histopathology?
The efficacy of current pediatric acute mastoiditis treatment options.
Equity is not just a “women’s issue” or a “minority issue.”
There is no data to suggest that delayed tracheostomy offers a morbidity or mortality advantage.
December is the month of residency interviews, special days to soak up the fresh enthusiasm and re-energize.
Hello Alex, Greeting from Nebraska. I just received my copy of ENTtoday. I enjoy it as well as your editorial notes. I read the one today (“Otolaryngology Should Think About Population Health in a Broader Context,” October 2019) with more personal interest. When I came back to Nebraska there had not been one new otolaryngologist […]