New clinical research is providing a fuller picture of chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) as a spectrum of diseases.
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The trio of clinical researchers examined frailty, chronic rhinosinusitis, and overlapping surgeries.
Here are a few of the highlights from the findings presented by researchers at this year’s Triological Society Annual Meeting.
There is a clear need for further research on genetic alterations underlying the rising incidence of HNSCC in low-risk, nontraditional patients.
There is little physiologic data comparing Eustachian tube function in each ear, but clinically relevant information can be gleaned from studies on surgical outcomes.
Adenotonsillectomy in obese children improves AHI but not inflammation; improvements in OSA after weight loss in obese diabetic patients even after weight regain; ESS a viable choice for children with CRS and failed therapies; otolaryngology hospitalist model can work for inpatient practices; enlarged vestibular aqueduct indicates stronger risk of hearing loss progression; patients with VFP thyroidectomy incur high cost of care