Mikals and Brigger assess the effectiveness of primary adenoidectomy as an adjuvant to tympanostomy tube placement compared with tube placement alone.
Chun et al determine the factors that pediatric fellowship programs and applicants believe to be most important in choosing a pediatric fellow, as well as what factors are most important to fellowship applicants in choosing a program.
Kent and colleagues examine the relationship between type I tympanoplasty in a pediatric population and frequency-specific hearing changes, as well as the relationship between several prognostic factors and graft retention.
Sun et al evaluate the long-term effectiveness of endoscopic cauterization as definitive treatment for pyriform fossa sinus tracts.
Kwon and colleagues assess the incidence of and risk factors for second primary cancers in 184 patients with salivary gland carcinomas of the head and neck and in 200 healthy control individuals.
Genther et al correlate final evoked potential amplitudes on electromyography (EMG) during intraoperative nerve monitoring of the recurrent laryngeal nerve (RLN) with immediate postoperative vocal fold function after thyroid and parathyroid surgery.
Chen and authors analyze quality of life among long-term survivors of head and neck cancer treated with intensity-modulated radiotherapy.
Chinn et al evaluate the efficacy of an induction selection protocol vs primary surgical extirpation and selective postoperative radiotherapy for advanced oral cavity squamous cell carcinoma (OCSCC).
Asher and coauthors describe the use of intraluminal negative pressure dressings in pharyngeal reconstruction.
Beckmann and coauthors evaluate posterior septal resection for the treatment of symptomatic complex and large nasal septal perforations.
Connor et al investigate the histologic effects of bevacizumab injections into the vocal fold and compare these findings with those for cidofovir and saline control injections.
Stoddard et al report on the management of recurrent epistaxis due to isolated telangiectasias not associated with systemic disease in a case series.
Richardson et al describe treatment of 16 consecutive patients with subglottic cysts and present a treatment method that incorporates conventional endoscopic visualization techniques with marsupialization and cyst lysis using the Bugbee electrode.
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