This Expression of Concern alerts readers to potential questions about research results published in a report of a trial in this journal in 2015 and announces the beginning of deeper investigation into the quality of this research.
This Viewpoint discusses the importance of value as perceived by the patient in patient-centered health care.
This study of insurance claims data investigates whether the 2012 issuance of a black box warning against codeine use following tonsillectomy was followed by changes in prescribing patterns.
This case report describes a young patient who presented with sudden throat pain and cough from a bee stinger in the epiglottis.
This case series study evaluates changes in peak airflow after vocal fold augmentation among patients with glottic insufficiency.
This in vitro controlled study assesses whether the helper T cell 1 cytokine interferon-γ inhibits laryngotracheal stenosis–derived fibroblast function in patients undergoing surgical subglottic and tracheal dilation.
This review provides a comprehensive assessment of neonatal ankyloglossia to aid the otolaryngologist in understanding and managing the condition in newborns and infants.
A man had worsening nocturnal dyspnea, dysphagia, and dysphonia; distal chip laryngeal endoscopy revealed a large, well-mucosalized mass of the left pyriform sinus, and CT with contrast showed a nonenhancing, well-circumscribed mass. What is your diagnosis?
This population-based study examines the association of of lymph node dissection count with survival in patients with oral cavity squamous cell carcinoma using the National Cancer Database.
This cohort study analyzes the etiologic and audiologic characteristics of pediatric-onset unilateral and asymmetric sensorineural hearing loss.
This review provides an overview of the key challenges for research to inform tonsillectomy policy and recommendations to help bridge the evidence-policy gap.
This study assesses the understandability and actionability of parental educational materials for laryngotracheal reconstruction in children.