For medical personnel on the front lines of disaster, every experience brings hard-won lessons on what it means to serve a community under siege.
ENTtoday: November 2020
Now, virtually everybody with either incomplete or complete facial paralysis has treatment options that can help them improve.
Socioeconomic Disparities in Pediatric Otolaryngology: Understand Our Biases While Caring for Patients
It is important to consider all factors and eliminate biases when recommending treatments.
Plans are in place to bring the diagnostic tool out of the lab and into clinical practice.
Although these emergency measures were implemented with good intentions, providers must be prepared for audits in several overlapping areas due to their corresponding risks for fraud and abuse.
We can’t expect the children in our household to follow in our professional footsteps when the mealtime career capital we transfer is negative.
After an initial scramble at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, telemedicine has turned into a patient pleaser.
The reimbursement changes are significant and will not only affect otolaryngology but will have ripple effects on the business of medicine.
This study aims to present and discuss the results associated with a combined surgical approach of several methods to treat patients with severe breathy hoarseness.
A spectrum of otoplasty techniques—including suturing, cartilage modifications, and cartilage grafting—can address congenital auricular anomalies with significant contour improvements.
Temporal bone metastasis (TBM) is uncommon but should be considered in patients with subacute otologic symptoms or facial palsy and history of distant malignancy.
A look at sinonasal surgery patients’ tolerability level when restarting continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) immediately postoperatively.
Efforts to increase patient comfort with overlapping surgery and surgical training should include strategies to address past negative experiences and foster trust in trainees and the delegation process.
Caliper measurements are a simple and reliable way to assess cranial vault proportionality with growth after cranial vault reconstruction
Is office laryngoscopy an aerosol-generating procedure (AGP), and how can aerosolizing potentials in invasive otolaryngological interventions be critically assessed?
Continued focus on pediatric otolaryngologic clinical trials enables improved representation of the specialty’s spectrum of disease and therapy, while increased results publication and federal funding may advance patient care.
CT and MRI are widely available and afford excellent anatomic resolution.
Antiviral treatment is associated with improved hearing outcomes in neonates presenting with cCMV and symptomatic central nervous system involvement.