A home sleep study may save money and time but may not be adequate for some patients.
ENTtoday: September 2020
The pandemic may have a lasting impact on the future of medical societies, as well as the ways in which physicians gather to present research, collaborate, and even recruit.
Starting your career during COVID-19 is difficult but not impossible. Here’s some advice from otolaryngologists.
The Tula System and The Hummingbird Tympanostomy Tube System both allow for in-office tube replacement.
There are many other options for research funding, including private foundations, professional organizations, and federal agencies and departments.
Otolaryngologists are among the healthcare providers most available to provide medical and surgical services for transgender patients interested in making their bodies more closely match their internal sense of gender identity.
The results of this study suggest that endoscopic revision stapes surgery is feasible and may provide a platform for a larger study to validate the efficacy of this approach with long-term outcomes.
A look at principles, integrity, and professionalism in the 2020-2021 otolaryngology match.
A look at the burden of depressed mood and anxiety in COVID-19 and its associated disease characteristics.
A look at how use of image guidance in endoscopic sinus surgery is associated with surgical outcomes, complications, and surgeon factors.
Tablet game audiometry as a screening tool performs well in a controlled setting and can be considered a reliable screening method for school-age children.
In patients with MOE, sociodemographic, treatment-related, and hospital- level factors were independently associated with readmission, PLOS, and discharges to a rehabilitation facility.
Analysis of Post-Endoscopic Endonasal Approach Shows Sinus Pressure When Sneezing May Depend on Anatomy
Computational fluid dynamics applied in postoperative endoscopic endonasal approach (EEA) to patients suggest that sinus pressure buildup may depend on individual anatomy.
Among 24-hour dual-probe pH testing, esophageal high-resolution manometry, esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD), and contrast videofluoroscopy (esophagram), which modality is most able to identify the common abnormalities seen in patients with globus sensation? […]
Debate remains over the safest and most definitive operative approach: the Caldwell-Luc (CWL) approach, the endoscopic sinus surgery (ESS) approach, or a combination of the two.
In 2020, the paradigm abruptly shifted and as we rebuild our personal and professional lives, the enhanced versions will be informed by lessons learned during the pandemic.