Explore the latest in laryngology, including recent advances in understanding the work-up and management of laryngeal masses, dysfunction, and cancers.
This case report describes a classic presentation of lipoid proteinosis.
This cross-sectional study of patients with a diagnosis of larynx cancer characterizes the hospital volume-outcome association specifically for laryngectomy surgery and identifies a minimum hospital volume threshold associated with improved outcomes.
This case study examines a man in his 30s who presented 20 months after an emergency intubation with an iatrogenic retained nasal trumpet.
This medical record review of 42 patients compares the use of peak expiratory flow, expiratory disproportion index, and total peak flow measures for monitoring disease progression in patients with idiopathic subglottic stenosis.
This mixed methods study assesses the quality-of-life consequences of postthyroidectomy voice change from the perspective of patients with thyroid cancer and compares patient-perceived voice changes with changes in quantitative vocal variables at 5 time points in the first postoperative year.
This cohort study investigates the association between positive initial margins and survival among patients with squamous cell carcinoma who underwent total laryngectomy and had negative final margins.
This cross-sectional survey study of oropharyngeal cancer survivors investigates the association of late lower cranial neuropathy with severity of cancer treatment–related symptoms and general functional impairment.
This cross-sectional observational study characterizes the normative voice tremor frequency in patients with essential vocal tremor.
This case report describes a patient with new-onset cricopharyngeus muscle dysfunction after activation of hypoglossal nerve stimulation therapy.
A cigarette smoker in his 50s with a history of hypertension, chronic kidney disease, colon adenocarcinoma, and hyperuricemia presented with an asymptomatic right vocal fold mass found incidentally during esophagogastroduodenoscopy; he denied fevers or weight loss. What is your diagnosis?
This case report describes a previously healthy female child who presented with several months of hoarseness, globus sensation, and dysphagia and was subsequently diagnosed with a rare form of IgG4-related disease.
This in vivo study investigates the ability of optical coherence tomography to provide imaging guidance during laser therapy for patient-tailored treatment of pediatric patients with laryngeal recurrent respiratory papillomatosis.
This guideline summary presents American Academy of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery recommendations for assessing and treating patients with hoarseness (dysphonia).
This survey study assesses the association of facial paralysis with communicative participation among US adults with unilateral facial paralysis caused by Bell palsy, tumor, and other causes.
This study examines interrater agreement among clinicians who did not use standard guidelines to classify patients with adductor spasmodic dysphonia, abductor spasmodic dysphonia, voice tremor, and muscular tension dysphonia and develops expert consensus attributes for classifying patients for research.
This cross-sectional study uses the 2012 National Health Interview Survey to describe sociodemographic characteristics and response to treatment among aging adults with voice disorders.
This Viewpoint discusses the low rates of vaccination for human papillomavirus in the United States and the role that otolaryngologists can play in improving public health policy about this vaccination.
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