Adam’s apple reduction in transgender patients produced significant benefit for the patients, according to findings presented at the 2022 Triological Society Combined Sections Meeting.
ENTtoday: March 2022
The implant—the result of 10 years of work, according to the researchers—dangles the prospect of a new reconstruction option for laryngeal cancer.
President Michael Benninger, MD, reviewed the state of journal publishing and its sometimes untapped potential while underscoring the importance of being involved, even when spare time is limited.
Is Radiofrequency Ablation a Good Alternative to Surgery for Benign Thyroid Nodules? A Look at Benefits, Risks
It’s important a patient understands their options: performing surgery to remove the nodule permanently and RFA, which gives patients the ability to have the nodule reduced in size with no incision, under a local anesthetic.
For most frontline physicians and healthcare workers, the Omicron surge at the beginning of 2022 was the hardest to manage. It seemed that the public cared less than ever before. Those who refused to get vaccinated or boosted, or to wear a mask, were even more indignant, and the escalating stress and exhaustion as the […]
If the COVID-19 pandemic has shown us anything, it’s that working in collaboration can bring the swiftest and most creative solutions to our problems.
An increasingly popular tool used across multiple surgical specialties is three-dimensional (3D) printing, which offers the opportunity for case-by-case customization.
Probe-Based System Effective in Recognizing Parathyroid Glands During Surgery for Primary Hyperparathyroidism
This study confirms that the probe-based PTeye system can recognize parathyroid glands with a high degree of precision.
Parosmia was associated with significantly better quantitative olfactory scores but worse quality-of-life scores.
Ambulatory Surgical Center a Safe, Efficient Option for Hypoglossal Nerve Stimulator Implantation in OSA Patients
Hypoglossal nerve stimulator implantation in an ambulatory surgical center is safe and is more efficient than in an HOPD and may also be more cost-effective.
Involvement with Long-Term Disability Insurance, Legal Claims May Hinder Recovery from Chronic Dizziness
Patients receiving or pursuing long-term disability insurance or legal claims did not improve from chronic dizziness and diizziness catastrophizing compared to those who were not.
A look at how individual olfactory receptors flexibly recognize diverse odorants in terms of structure and mechanics.
Botulinum Neurotoxin Injections Improve Work Productivity in Employed Adults with Spasmodic Dysphonia
Patients who received botulinum neurotoxin injections into the intrinsic laryngeal musculature reported a significant improvement in voice-related work productivity and nonwork activity impairment.