The patient–physician relationship is unique with respect to physical contact, given the importance of the physical examination and the physician’s responsibility to understand and connect with he patient.
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Imaging is indicated in the initial evaluation of unilateral facial paralysis in the presence of symptoms inconsistent with Bell’s palsy.
Olfactory training (OT) was associated with an increase in GM volume of the hippocampus and the thalamus.
Ampicillin/sulbactam is the preferred perioperative prophylactic antibiotic in major head and neck surgery.
Surgical intervention is indicated when patients have four to six episodes of acute sinusitis lasting four weeks or less each with asymptomatic periods in the interim.
The overall incidence of esophageal secondary malignancies is low in patients with HNSCC
The incidence of alteration in taste sensation with coblation lingual tonsillectomy, TORS tongue-base reduction, and submucosal lingualplasty is sufficiently high to warrant warning patients.
The REMS is a potential teaching tool capable of reducing tremor in novice users.