What responsibility do we have in the otolaryngology community to police ourselves?
ENTtoday: February 2022
Here’s a look at some of the latest developments in pediatric otolaryngology.
From loss of smell to vocal cord paralysis, here are the ways COVID-19 has left its mark on otolaryngology patients.
For Soham Roy, MD, MMM, being able to perform violin on stage with one of his longtime patients was “one of the coolest things I ever did.”
Once predicted as a temporary glitch due to the rapid onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, today’s troubled supply chain has settled in for the long haul.
Caring for a colleague in medicine carries additional responsibilities, including navigating potential challenges to your care in the context of autonomy, beneficence, nonmaleficence, and social justice.
Although OSA is known to lead to arousals and central apneas, no study has identified factors associated with CSA improvement following adenotonsillectomy.
Patients with CRS are likely not inherently more vulnerable to COVID-19 infection at a rate above that of the general population.
Oncologic Outcomes in Patients with Head and Neck Cancer Improve Incrementally with Surgical Margin Category
There is a stepwise improvement in oncologic outcomes as surgical margin categorically improves from involved to close to clear.
Early Otolaryngology Evaluation Advised for Neonates with Esophageal Atresia/ Tracheoesophageal Fistula
Patients with EA/TEF frequently have aerodigestive sequelae, suggesting the need for early otolaryngology evaluation in their care.
Patients older than 65 can obtain significant benefits from surgery and voice therapy.
Is there a role for bedside biopsy in the evaluation of acute invasive fungal rhinosinusitis?
Identification of sentinel lymph nodes (SLNs) in head and neck melanoma can be particularly challenging, due in part to the unpredictable and diffuse lymphatic drainage of the head and neck.