The deviation from overall spirometric maximums has the strongest predictive power in determining the need to return to surgery.
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For low-risk cSCC, 4 to 6 mm margins are recommended, whereas for low-risk BCC, the recommendation is for 4 mm margins.
Improvements in equipment, training, and technology have made this sialendoscopy a game changer for many patients.
A look at the impact of novel oral anticoagulants (NOAC) on the risk of epistaxis and its severity.
The current level 1 evidence does not support the routine use of oral antibiotics postoperatively.
The practice of discontinuing estrogen therapy for two weeks prior to surgery should be weighed against individual risk factors, mode of administration, and side effects.
Procedural therapy, including superior laryngeal nerve (SLN) block, should be considered in the armamentarium of neurogenic cough treatments.
Fat is an excellent source for autologous grafts and, with careful patient selection and proper surgical technique, is suitable for long-term correction of glottic insufficiency.
The retronasal olfactory test, a psychophysical odor test performed using an orally presented stimulus, can be used to differentiate normosmic and hyposmic cases.