Submucosal resection combined with lateral displacement considered most effective in cases of inferior turbinate hypertrophy
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Research shows that post-surgery tonsillectomy may be needed in up to 29% of pediatric adenoidectomy cases
What are the risk factors for progression and airway intervention of angioedema after initial evaluation?
Is there a simple approach to facilitating fiberoptic intubation in the difficult airway? Background: Although fiberoptic intubation is one of the more successful and frequently utilized methods to access the difficult airway, it comes with challenges such as the presence of blood and secretions in the nasal and pharyngeal airways, edema from transoral attempts or anatomic […]
Laryngomalacia is a congenital condition consisting of three anatomical abnormalities: short aryepiglottic folds, suprarythenoid redundant tissue, and an epiglottis that prolapses posteriorly during inspiration.
Although otolaryngologic surgeons commonly focus on the palate when treating patients with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), they also need to look at the tongue.