This Viewpoint discusses the advantage of the transcanal endoscopic approach for tympanoplasty.
This cohort analysis of extremely low gestational age newborns in the Trial of Late Surfactant evaluates the use of mean airway pressure as an indicator of the need for tracheotomy.
This observational study examines the association between transitioning to an electronic medical record system and physician productivity in otolaryngology.
This study uses SEER-Medicare data to evaluate the associations of chronic sinusitis with subsequent head and neck cancers, including nasopharyngeal cancer, human papillomavirus–related oropharyngeal cancer, and nasal cavity and paranasal sinus cancer.
This cohort study uses information from the National Cancer Data Base to examine the survival, demographic, tumor, and treatment characteristics of pediatric head and neck melanoma.
This medical record review uses audiometric evaluations at an academic medical center to determine if the rate of age-related hearing loss is constant in the older old.
This study develops a questionnaire to measure parents’ understanding of adenotonsillectomy for obstructive sleep-disordered breathing as an aid in decision making and outcomes research.
This medical record review of adult patients with recurrent respiratory papillomatosis investigates whether demographic or disease characteristics differ between patients undergoing office-based vs traditional operating room surgical treatment approaches.
This study reviews the achievement of fundamental auditory recognition and sound imitation in children with cochlear implants and investigates whether underinsured patients would achieve these goals in a delayed manner.
This observational study examined voice prosthesis device life across 390 patients in a large cancer hospital in the United States.
This study examines the use of novel sensory testing monofilaments to map the sensory threshold topography of oral and oropharyngeal subsites.
This review summarizes information on the Zika virus, its clinical courses, and diagnosis to educate otolaryngologists about relevant diagnostic, therapeutic, and preventive measures.
A woman had a cervical tracheal mass on magnetic resonance imaging for cervical spine pain; flexible fiber-optic nasolaryngoscopy demonstrated a smooth hypervascular mass arising from the posterior membranous trachea. What is your diagnosis?
A man experienced sudden voice change, odynophagia, and neck pain following a single sneeze; laryngoscopy showed hematoma of the true vocal fold and laryngeal surface of the epiglottis with normal vocal fold movement and complete glottic closure. What is your diagnosis?
A man had recurrent episodes of unilateral high-pitched “clicking” in his right ear followed by vertigo that lasted 3 to 4 seconds but no hearing loss, aural fullness, autophony, or headache. What is your diagnosis?
A man presented with edema of the lower leg and suspected venous thrombosis; computed tomography revealed an esophageal intraluminal tubular mass of soft-tissue density originating just below the pyriform recessus and extending through the esophagus in the stomach lumen. What is your diagnosis?
This case report describes a woman in her 40s with a partially obstructive lesion in the subglottis and tracheal ring found to be attributed to a retained tracheal foreign body from early childhood.