Outpatients with voice and swallowing complaints are often referred to otolaryngologists who diagnose UVFP and may perform injection laryngoplasty under local anesthesia in the office setting.
Update in Otology and Otolaryngology: A Virtual Experience
This event will be presented online via livestream. Topics include oral cavity dysplasia and carcinoma, pediatric voice disorders, sinusitis management, and age-related hearing loss. CME credits are available.
New Genetic Cause of Hearing Loss Illuminates How the Inner Ear Works
Researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania (Penn Medicine) in Philadelphia have discovered that the gene GAS2 plays a key role in normal hearing in […]
Challenges of Getting Otology Care in Socioeconomically Impacted Areas
Does Adherence to Early Infant Hearing Intervention Guidelines Positively Impact Pediatric Speech Outcomes?
Adherence to meeting EHDI 1-3-6 diagnostic and intervention guidelines has a compelling effect on pediatric language development based on recent literature.
SARS-Cov-2 Survives in Middle Ear and Mastoid Mucosa
Investigators found that SARS-Cov-2 can survive in the middle ear and mastoid region behind the ear.
New Products May Change the Way Tympanostomy Tubes Are Placed
The Tula System and The Hummingbird Tympanostomy Tube System both allow for in-office tube replacement.
Are Cochlear Implants a Viable Option Following Temporal Bone Fracture?
Temporal bone fractures occur in up to 20% of patients who sustain a skull fracture.
Presenting Symptoms of Havana Diplomats Defined
A look at the clinical presenting symptoms of diplomatic personnel residing in Havana during the acute time period in autumn 2016.
The Latest and Greatest: New Approaches for Otolaryngological Disorders
Experts discuss new developments in pediatric otology, hearing loss in adults, Eustachian tube treatment, and nerve monitoring during bilateral thyroidectomy at the Triological Society Combined Sections Meeting
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