Imaging is indicated in the initial evaluation of unilateral facial paralysis in the presence of symptoms inconsistent with Bell’s palsy.
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The appearance of LFABGs suggests deterioration of endolymphatic hydrops.
vHIT provides information complementary to other available vestibular tests and may be a key part of evaluating suspected peripheral vestibular deficits.
It is evident that BRAF does predict recurrence and unfavorable characteristics in differentiated thyroid cancers (DTC).
Perineural invasion has been validated an important pathologic diagnosis in OCSCC that should be carefully examined because it significantly contributes to prognosis and oncologic management.
One of the goals of genetic testing for hearing loss is to provide a precise diagnosis to guide treatment
Esophagoscopy with biopsy is an important adjunct to airway endoscopy in children with refractory aerodigestive symptoms
Many otolaryngologists may find it difficult to diagnose dysphonia without lesions or problems with vocal fold motion
A growing body of literature suggests that hearing loss and dementia are interrelated
Target musculature is the primary innervated muscle that produces the highest EMG amplitude and is the sole muscle grossly contracting with nerve stimulation