Cosmetic component dorsal hump reduction with use of spreader grafts to reconstruct the middle vault results in improved subjective nasal function and aesthetics.
Articles tagged with "clinical outcomes"
Care delays related to evaluations by multiple providers and misdiagnosis prolong the time to diagnosis in patients with oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma that is not associated with, or negative for, human papillomavirus.
Functional outcomes play an important role in satisfaction and quality of life after rhinoplasty.
Lipoinjection seems to be a safe, therapeutic option for patients with unilateral vocal fold paralysis, with efficacy lasting six months to one year.
Septorhinoplasty with spreader graft placement with and without upper lateral cartilage release provides clinically and statistically significant improvement.
A look at how procedural therapies compare to other established pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic methods in treating patients with neurogenic cough.
SARS-CoV-2 can infect human inner ear cell types, and this infection may underlie COVID-19–associated problems with hearing and balance.
How vestibular schwannoma (VS) position relative to the internal auditory canal (IAC) axis can be used along with tumor size to predict postoperative facial outcomes.
Most patients who receive vocal fold lipoaugmentation for glottal insufficiency experience a long-term benefit, although improvements in voice and swallowing taper over time.
The ventral surface of the upper lateral cartilage can provide additional mucosa for incorporation into a superior advancement flap to achieve successful closure for larger septal perforations.