Panelists at the Triological Society Combined Sections Meeting review complicated cases.
ENTtoday: April 2020
Revenue is likely the driver of the number of balloon dilations performed in the U.S., meeting panelists say.
Researchers share data on the Triological Society’s Career Development Awards program.
Pediatric otolaryngology is a world of its own, experts say
Richard Isaacs, MD, CEO and executive director of The Permanente Medical Group, discusses his work, including how his background as an otolaryngologist has prepared him for the role.
Experts share practical tips on topical agents for scarring, asymmetric sensorineural hearing loss and imaging, topical epinephrine and endoscopic sinus surgery, and peri-operative steroids in parotid surgery.
Demand for liquid rhinoplasty has increased in recent years, possibly fueled by social media posts that position the procedure as an “easy” way get the nose of your dreams
It is March 13, 2020 and I am sad, annoyed, a bit scared and unsure of what lies ahead. Having cancelled a work trip to Seattle and spring break vacation […]
Otolaryngologists rely on a mix of old and new tactics to attract patients.
Statin use is associated with decreased rates of chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) based on a nationally representative sample of outpatient visits in the United States.
The most common complications associated with balloon sinuplasty (BSP) include balloon malfunction, cerebrospinal fluid leak and significant eye swelling.
What is the radiation-sparing capacity and xerostomia-reducing potential of the modified submandibular gland transfer for head and neck cancer patients who receive radiation therapy?
A look at the relationship between hearing loss and internal auditory canal (IAC) diverticula.
Younger age at tracheostomy and longer cannulation period were associated with higher late postoperative complication rates.
Eosinophil-derived SEMA4D aggravates ECRS, and serum SEMA4D levels reflect disease severity.
Conflicting demands between home and professional life are one of the barriers to recruiting, promoting, and retaining women in academic otolaryngology.
Management remains controversial because there is no universally accepted consensus on the threshold for surgical intervention, appropriate treatment strategy, frequency of surveillance, and ablative versus excisional management
Temporal bone fractures occur in up to 20% of patients who sustain a skull fracture.
My experiences with “second victim syndrome” have made me aware of how important it is to access support.