Employed patients with spasmodic dysphonia reported voice-related work productivity impairment, which improved significantly one month after treatment with BoNT injection.
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The deviation from overall spirometric maximums has the strongest predictive power in determining the need to return to surgery.
A look at how effective the dynamic optical contrast imaging (DOCI) technique is as a tool in specifically differentiating parathyroid tissue and adjacent structures.
Olfactory dysfunction (OD) presence does not seem to be useful in identifying subjects at risk for being COVID-19 super spreaders.
Nasal and nasopharyngeal lavages appear to be well tolerated and highly reliable in detecting SARS-CoV-2.
The devised novel, suture-less patch is a mucoadhesive platform suitable to laryngeal and tracheal anatomy with drug delivery capability.
A look at the impact of novel oral anticoagulants (NOAC) on the risk of epistaxis and its severity.
Operative middle and upper maxillofacial trauma decreased over a 17-year period, with assault identified as the most significant mechanism of trauma overall.
The current level 1 evidence does not support the routine use of oral antibiotics postoperatively.