Otolaryngologists discuss how to cultivate trust in patients prior to surgical procedures
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Otolaryngology experts review which patients with OSA will likely benefit from surgery
Experts discuss techniques, experience correcting facial fractures, deformities
Otolaryngologists debate pros, cons of billing, reimbursement plan and its future role in healthcare
More than 500 experts share surgical techniques, treatment approaches, debate issues affecting specialty at national conference
The 2009 American Thyroid Association guidelines suggest that prophylactic central neck dissection can be used in patients with clinically staged 3/4 PTC disease, but surgeon’s comfort level with procedure, related risks, should be considered
Silicone gel, cyanoacrylates, paper taping have shown promise in reducing post-incision dermal scarring
Greater number of sleep medicine programs available give otolaryngologists more choice, opportunity to earn certification in specialized skill set
Otolaryngologists certified in sleep medicine, sleep surgery in position to offer both CPAP, surgical treatment to patients
Residents from institutions around the U.S. compete at the Triological Society’s 2015 Combined Sections Meeting.
How does ergonomic positioning for MLS affect muscle fatigue and pain in the upper back, cervical, and arm muscles?
Moderate Discrepancy Between Frozen Section and Permanent Section Analysis of Squamous Cell Carcinomas Margins
What is the discrepancy rate between FS and permanent section analysis of operative margins from high-risk cutaneous SSC of the head and neck?
Eustachian Tube Scores Effective Diagnostic Tools for Chronic Obstructive Eustachian Tube Dysfunction
How effective is ETS for the diagnosis of COETD?
What are the factors that influence the choice of technique and complications of scalp reconstruction after oncologic ablation? Background: Scalp defects can be produced through a number of conditions and treatments. Scalp reconstruction following oncologic resection presents a particularly difficult situation for both patient and surgeon given the urgency of ablation and uncertainty in final […]
WATCH THIS: Presidential Address, Keynote Highlight Triological Society 2015 Combined Sections Meeting Kickoff
Triological President Derald E. Brackmann, MD, takes a historical look at glomus tumors and neurotology, and Pulitzer Prize winner David Oshinsky, PhD, discusses how the March of Dimes and the polio vaccine trials of 1954 revolutionized philanthropy and medical research on opening day of the Triological Society’s 2015 Combined Sections Meeting.
Subinoy Das, MD and Abtin Tabaee, MD discuss how office balloon sinuplasty revolutionized sinus surgery, and how the procedure can be overused at the Triological Society’s 2015 Combined Sections Meeting.