Although reporting a fellow physician can be difficult, it is sometimes necessary.
ENTtoday: May 2020
Endoscopic ear surgery is gaining wider interest among otologists. The technique is likely worth the investment if an otolaryngologist sees a fair amount of ear cases and has endoscope experience.
Richard Smith, MD, has gone from seeing patients in his regular otolaryngology practice to assisting his institution with COVID-19 patients in newly created ICU spaces in the hospital.
Recent changes in state and federal laws have made telemedicine services more likely to be covered and reimbursed by insurance companies, benefitting both providers and patients.
One of the harshest ethical dilemmas during epidemics is whether it will, be necessary to consider imposing limits on the continued care of critically ill patients who aren’t expected to survive.
Patients Diagnosed with Mental Health Distress, Then Vocal Issues Are Less Likely to Have Seen an Otolaryngologist
A look at to what extent mental health distress precedes or follows voice disorder diagnoses.
A fourth-year medical student who recently matched in otolaryngology share what it’s like to be in medical school during the coronavirus pandemic.
What is the technique of the endoscopic endonasal transethmoidal supraorbital approach during an orbitectomy to the anterior cranial base?
This initial experience shows that transoral robotic thyroid (TORT) appears to be a safe and feasible option for obese patients pursuing scarless thyroid surgery.
Both septoplasty and rhinoplasty are associated with mostly mild pain, and postoperative opioid requirements are quite low.
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Within the adolescent and millennial population, increased risk of pulmonary side effects from a COVID-19 infection could be exacerbated with the use of electronic cigarettes and vaping liquids, especially those containing THC and originating in the black market.