Sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT) is gaining acceptance in otolaryngology circles, but is it really any better than subcutaneous injections?
ENTtoday: February 2009
Facial prosthetics can be a life-changing milestone for patients who have lost an eye, ear, or nose or sustained damage to intraoral structures.
Patients who complain of daytime sleepiness may have obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS), but otolaryngologists should not assume that OSAS is the sole or even the primary cause, according to experts here at the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS) annual meeting.
Meaning disordered eating in Greek, dysphagia is typically translated in English to mean difficulty swallowing. Both phrases capture the profound affect that dysphagia can and does have on the many people afflicted by it.
Does limiting the number of hours doctors work affect patient outcome, improve safety, or affect the education of otolaryngologists?n/p>
A quick scan of course offerings and lecture titles at medical meetings shows that bioentrepreneurship is a growing phenomenon in the United States.
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