Improvements in equipment, training, and technology have made this sialendoscopy a game changer for many patients.
ENTtoday: October 2021
When discontinuations happen, they often take otolaryngologists by surprise, leaving them with unsatisfactory alternatives.
The newest edition of staging guidelines uses depth of invasion to make a real difference in patient care.
COVID has put cybersecurity concerns, particularly in connection with the protection of patient healthcare data, into mainstream consciousness.
Although John D. Edwards, MD, no longer owns a growler bar, the lessons he continues to learn in that industry stay with him as a physician.
Although I’m recovering, I’m not okay.” Two surgeons who recently underwent surgery share their experiences, challenges.
Laryngeal Botulinum Neurotoxin Injections Improve Work Productivity in Patients with Spasmodic Dysphonia
Employed patients with spasmodic dysphonia reported voice-related work productivity impairment, which improved significantly one month after treatment with BoNT injection.
Maximum Spirometric Value Changes Predict Surgery Need in Patients with Recurrent Laryngotracheal Stenosis
The deviation from overall spirometric maximums has the strongest predictive power in determining the need to return to surgery.
A look at how effective the dynamic optical contrast imaging (DOCI) technique is as a tool in specifically differentiating parathyroid tissue and adjacent structures.
No Correlation Between SARS- CoV-2 Viral Load and Olfactory Psychophysical Scores in COVID-19 Patients
Olfactory dysfunction (OD) presence does not seem to be useful in identifying subjects at risk for being COVID-19 super spreaders.
The palatine tonsils and adenoids are also lymphoid tissues that may help defend against infections of the upper respiratory tract, bringing into question whether tonsillectomy or adenoidectomy might hinder immune response.
These 21 particularly influential laryngology papers that have focused further research and served as educational resources for trainees and practicing physicians.
For low-risk cSCC, 4 to 6 mm margins are recommended, whereas for low-risk BCC, the recommendation is for 4 mm margins.
Though the evidence is encouraging, clear causal linkage between hearing loss and cognition has not been established.
The endoscopic endonasal transsphenoidal approach is an effective technique commonly utilized for resection of sellar and parasellar lesions.
The American Academy of Otolaryngology Annual Meeting still took place in Los Angeles this month.