A look at the results of a study on the presenting acute symptoms of the 25 American diplomates and family members following exposure to an as yet unknown source while serving in their embassy roles in Havana starting in 2016.
Articles tagged with "neurotology"
Triological President Derald E. Brackmann, MD, takes a historical look at glomus tumors and neurotology, and Pulitzer Prize winner David Oshinsky, PhD, discusses how the March of Dimes and the polio vaccine trials of 1954 revolutionized philanthropy and medical research on opening day of the Triological Society’s 2015 Combined Sections Meeting.
The National Institutes of Deafness and Other Communicable Disorders will conduct a yearlong trial to test vagus nerve stimulation as a treatment option for tinnitus
Pinpointing the incidence of iatrogenic facial nerve injury is not a straightforward affair
Is there a way to medically stop the progression of sporadic vestibular schwannoma growth?
Physicians have noted the potential for dizziness in migraine patients since the 19th century. And yet the 21st century has so far failed to bring any unifying definition to a symptom that is frustratingly diffuse in its intensity and frequency and unclear in its origins.