Which tests, if any, lead clinicians to the etiology of laryngotracheal stenosis (LTS) in serologic testing?
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Video head impulse testing, vestibular evoked myogenic potential testing improve ability to probe end organ function, identify vestibular dysfunction
In many cases, LEMG can differentiate neural disruption from structural immobility and predict which patient will not recover vocal fold motion after a nerve injury
Immunohistochemical analysis of p16 expression levels in tumor tissues, and it situ hybridization to detect many types of onocogenic HPV, are often used either alone, or in combination
AAO-HNS to release list of 5 tests it considers unnecessary or overused
For years, thyroid nodules have been evaluated using fine needle aspiration (FNA). For most patients, this approach works reasonably well. But what about the roughly 30 percent of thyroid nodules characterized as having “indeterminate” cytology?
Five health care apps for mobile devices and tablets available to patients
Stroke, muscular dystrophy, Parkinson’s disease, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), head and neck cancer, Zenker’s diverticulum—each of these disparate conditions can cause dysphagia.
In a modern society that is constantly “on,” with 24-hour news channels, Internet connection, cell phones, video games, and a rapid pace of life unequaled in previous generations, sleep deprivation and sleep disorders are not only a risk—they are a given.
A recent study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine concluded that hearing loss is more prevalent among adults in the United States than previously believed.