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Many otolaryngologists may find it difficult to diagnose dysphonia without lesions or problems with vocal fold motion
How patients with otologic complaints use the emergency department
Preoperative steroid injections may occasionally obviate the need for surgery, and they are helpful in a patient management perspective
What are the associations among paranasal imaging results, symptoms, bony anatomic variations, and culture-proven bacterial acute rhinosinusitis (ARS)?
Only approximately two-thirds of patients with non-invasive lesions are correctly identified as not having cancer by VS
Tonsillectomy can be considered for patients with mild OSA who have severe obstructing anatomy that is surgically correctible
For patients with CRS, endoscopic sinus surgery results in significantly greater improvement in cardinal symptoms of CRS
What are the geographic and temporal trends in sinus surgery and frontal sinus surgery in the United States?
Comorbid DM or Hch may indicate a smaller probability of major or moderate PTA improvement for patients with ISSNHL