The questions now being asked in a number of ongoing clinical trials are how to improve response rates, how early immunotherapy can be introduced, and which patients will respond.
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Endolymphatic shunt surgery provides successful vertigo control at least as well as ITG, with a lower incidence of audiovestibular complications
Olfactory fluctuation is mostly associated with sinonasal disease and elevated Sniffin’ Sticks scores, and its presence is valuable information when used in clinical context in a patient workup.
Among 24-hour dual-probe pH testing, esophageal high-resolution manometry, esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD), and contrast videofluoroscopy (esophagram), which modality is most able to identify the common abnormalities seen in patients with globus sensation? Bottom line: Esophageal high-resolution manometry testing identified the greatest proportion of common abnormalities seen in patients with globus sensation. BACKGROUND: Globus sensation has long been […]
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.
This study suggests that female otolaryngologists within certain subspetomatic cialties are keeping pace with their male colleagues in publication productivity in the early career time frame.