The voice and airway presentation of patients with FMS, IBS, and/or CFS suggests that these disorders may be different clinical manifestations of a shared pathophysiology.
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There were no significant complications for drug-induced sleep endoscopies (DISE) performed on child patients in the operating room or in the MRI induction room.
Earlier forehead flap division can have a positive influence on patient quality of life and is a cost-effective option.
These are recommendations that pediatric otolaryngologists can adopt to provide effective care for their COVID-19 patients and ensure safety for themselves, other healthcare workers, and their patients.
Evidence-based preoperative assessment protocols that reduce unnecessary testing and extraneous cost without increased perioperative morbidity and mortality should be implemented into routine otolaryngology practice.
There are no data to suggest that delayed tracheostomy offers a morbidity or mortality advantage.
The existing literature still suggests that the highest locoregional control and survival rates are achieved with surgery.
What is the technique of the endoscopic endonasal transethmoidal supraorbital approach during an orbitectomy to the anterior cranial base?
This initial experience shows that transoral robotic thyroid (TORT) appears to be a safe and feasible option for obese patients pursuing scarless thyroid surgery.