SARS-CoV-2 can infect human inner ear cell types, and this infection may underlie COVID-19–associated problems with hearing and balance.
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Now that we’re exiting the pandemic stage, it’s time to brainstorm ways to build back our connections to each other and with our local communities.
Parosmia was associated with significantly better quantitative olfactory scores but worse quality-of-life scores.
For most frontline physicians and healthcare workers, the Omicron surge at the beginning of 2022 was the hardest to manage. It seemed that the public cared less than ever before. Those who refused to get vaccinated or boosted, or to wear a mask, were even more indignant, and the escalating stress and exhaustion as the […]
Patients with CRS are likely not inherently more vulnerable to COVID-19 infection at a rate above that of the general population.
ENTConnect has become increasingly muddled by a select few posters who are using the forum to promote themselves and their personal views on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Clinical suspicion of acute invasive fungal rhinosinusitis (AIFR) among COVID-19 patients and early management with antifungal therapy and surgical debridement is essential for better outcomes and higher survival.
Due to the high prevalence of taste disorders as an early clinical symptom in patients with COVID-19, proper screening and evaluation should be performed.