Valeria Silva Merea, MD, a laryngologist specializing in head and neck surgery at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, discusses how sports taught her important skills, including discipline and time management.
Articles tagged with "laryngology"
The use of neuromodulators appears to be helpful in patients with chronic idiopathic/ neurogenic cough
Otolaryngologists at Triological Combined Sections Meeting recommend procedures, therapeutic approaches for accidental transection, cancer, large vagal paraganglioma
Do patients with functional dysphonia (FD) experience general fatigue in addition to their voice problems, and is this associated with perfectionism?
How effective is endoscopic surgical management of adult subglottic stenosis, and what are the treatment outcomes?
Flexible transnasal endoscopy-assisted placement, as well as 35 mm radiography, and electromagnetic and capnometry assistive devices can reduce complications and lower misplacement rates associated with NGTs
Experts at the Triological Society’s 2014 Combined Sections Meeting present research in laryngology.
New research links inflammation and neuralgia as suspected causes, but making a definitive diagnosis remains difficult
When salvage laryngectomy is required in the setting of recurrent cancer after primary irradiation or chemoradiation therapy, is elective neck dissection always indicated?
Otolaryngologists suspect that prolonged tongue depression during tonsillectomy could result in taste disturbance