Research raises concerns that high noise levels from infant sleep machines may cause hearing loss in babies, incur additional loss in teens
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Medications Oralair, Grastek, Ragwitek are designed to treat grass pollen-induced rhinitis, ragweed allergies
The committee is one of eight American Board of Otolaryngology committees
Otolaryngologists weigh concerns about personal privacy, receiving after-hours calls with desire for more efficient connection with patients
Steps to help physicians safeguard privacy, security of patients’ protected health information and ensure compliance with HIPAA rules
Tips from otolaryngology educators on crafting educational webinars for medical students, residents, and practicing otolaryngologists
Otolaryngologists urged to consider PDE-5 inhibitor use when patients present with sudden hearing impairment
Research does not suggest that any one prosthesis design—wire loop, piston, or bucket handle—is better than another in terms of postoperative hearing outcomes
Endoscopic DCR without stenting reduces intensity of post-operative management, avoids potential for stent-related complications, and offers comparable patient outcomes
Is laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR) overdiagnosed in complaints of hoarseness, and how effective are videoendoscopic laryngeal findings in determining etiology?
What are the current indications and demographics for the use of free-flap reconstruction of the jaws?
How accurate is diagnosis of cervical TB lymphadenitis utilizing the GeneXpert MTB/RIF assay in HIV-infected patients with palpable cervical lymph nodes?
Is there an increased risk of post-tonsillectomy bleeding when dexamethasone is used intraoperatively?
What do parents value in outpatient experiences with their children’s otolaryngology and pediatric surgeons?