This Viewpoint discusses evidence of the efficacy of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation for treatment of tinnitus and the need for a randomized clinical trial.
This study compares the prognostic performance of the routinely used pathologic TNM staging with a new staging category that incorporates the neutrophil to lymphocyte ratio and histopathologic features for disease-specific survival in nonmetastatic oral cancer.
This case report describes the treatment of severe acquired tracheomalacia with a patient-specific, 3D-printed, permanent tracheal splint.
This randomized clinical trial evaluates the effect of a cognitive training program on bothersome tinnitus in adults.
A man presented with an intraoral cystic lesion of the left lower lip; the lesion had developed spontaneously and grew slowly but progressively, and there was an outflow of a clear serous fluid on palpation. What is your diagnosis?
This study delineates the specific complications arising from bilateral neck dissection for thyroid cancers at a single high-volume center.
This study assesses the association of lymphovascular space invasion with locoregional failure and survival in patients with node-negative oral tongue cancers treated with upfront definitive surgical resection.
A young boy presented with dysphonia and laryngeal abnormalities; flexible laryngoscopy revealed 2 laryngeal lesions, and tracheobronchoscopy revealed a distal tracheal submucosal mass. What is your diagnosis?
A woman in her 70s with a history of Sjogrens syndrome associated with rheumatoid arthritis complicated by Felty syndrome had progressive shortness of breath for over a decade that rapidly worsened over the course of 1 month.
This Viewpoint summarizes the origins, challenges, and future of the cochlear implant center.
This case series compares cost and anatomical model fidelity and clinical versatility of in-house 3-dimensional production modeling vs high-end, third-party-vendor modeling for pediatric mandibular reconstruction.
This study examines trends in otolaryngology–head and neck surgery consultations conducted in emergency departments and inpatient services.
A woman had vertigo, profound mixed hearing loss, a mass obstructing the external auditory canal, and facial nerve weakness; computed tomography revealed a soft-tissue mass emanating from the middle ear involving the facial canal with surrounding bony erosion. What is your diagnosis?