Hypopharyngeal-proximal reflux episodes occur less frequently than gastroesophageal reflux disease episodes after meals and at night, and future therapies for LPR patients should take the HEMII-pH profile into consideration.
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CDA awardees achieve higher academic success than academic otolaryngologists in general, but female CDA recipients lag behind their male colleagues.
Newer studies assess the effect of cochlear implants on independent risk factors for dementia associated with hearing loss, including cognition, depression, and physical activity.
In patients with suspected CRS based on symptoms but with normal endoscopic findings, an upfront CT scan is a viable option prior to initiating empiric medical therapy.
Transoral robotic surgery (TORS) has become increasingly accepted as a treatment modality in human papillomavirus (HPV)-positive T1/T2 oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma (OPSCC).
Routine postoperative adjunct treatments in patients with idiopathic CSF are unnecessary and may expose them to adverse long-term side effects.
Rhinovirus, coronavirus, parainfluenza virus, and Epstein-Barr virus are associated with postviral olfactory dysfunction onset (PVOD), and may cause olfactory dysfunction.
Although the incidence of post-TORS hemorrhage is low, large tumors, perioperative anti-coagulation, and prior radiation are associated with significantly increased risk of this event.
Extensive research points toward a progressive sensorineural hearing loss due to lead intoxication as the most probable cause of Ludwig van Beethoven’s hypoacusis.
A look at how the new disposable nasopharyngolaryngoscope (NPL) compare in quality and cost to the reusable NPL.