Data suggest that dysphonia severity in presbyphonia is not fully explained by a glottic gap or secondary muscle tension dysphonia (MTD) alone.
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The pandemic has had far-reaching effects on research and may affect protocols for years to come.
Normative data for laryngeal adductor reflex (LAR) response rates to low, medium, and high stimulation forces are useful to assess sensory dysfunction in a variety of laryngopharyngeal disorders.
Study participants with sinonasal inflammation show decreased brain connectivity within a major functional hub with a central role in modulation cognition.
Researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania (Penn Medicine) in Philadelphia have discovered that the gene GAS2 plays a key role in normal hearing in both mice and humans, and that its absence causes severe hearing loss, according to a new study published in Developmental Cell and led by (Dev. […]
Near-infrared fluorescence imaging (NIFI) is comparable to the experienced surgeon’s visual inspection in identifying parathyroid glands.
Comparing two different treatmes of patients with squamous cell carcinoma of unknown primary to see the impact on survival rate.
Betahistine is widely used in Europe and the rest of the world in the treatment of Ménière’s disease.
Literature review does not support routine use of tomography (CT) prior to planned primary stapedotomy in patients with adult-onset CHL/MHL.