As medical professionals with extensive experience in managing conditions affecting the nose, mouth, and throat, otolaryngologists are uniquely positioned to help patients heal after COVID-19 infection.
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Based on the current literature, there is evidence to suggest a beneficial role of endoscopic sinus surgery (ESS) post lung transplantation in cystic fibrosis (CF) patients with and without nasal polyposis.
Patients with CPAP-intolerant refractory sleep apnea confirmed by polysomnography should be offered a drug-induced sleep endoscopy (DISE) with the potential for directed surgery.
Temporal bone metastasis (TBM) is uncommon but should be considered in patients with subacute otologic symptoms or facial palsy and history of distant malignancy.
A look at sinonasal surgery patients’ tolerability level when restarting continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) immediately postoperatively.
Antiviral treatment is associated with improved hearing outcomes in neonates presenting with cCMV and symptomatic central nervous system involvement.
Screening for depression in patients with OSA would be worthwhile because there is a high rate of comorbidity, and both are intertwined in their pathophysiology and management.
A look at the burden of depressed mood and anxiety in COVID-19 and its associated disease characteristics.