This Viewpoint examines the utility of social media and specific tools for disseminating information and collaborating in the field of otolaryngology.
This randomized cross-over trial analyzes how use of the word cancer may affect adults’ level of anxiety and choice to undergo surgery for small, low-risk papillary thyroid cancer.
This cohort study investigates the link between age-related hearing impairment and cognitive decline and explores untreated hearing loss and social isolation as potential explanations in a cohort of individuals 50 years or older from the United Kingdom.
This case series study assesses a statistical prediction algorithm with the aim of efficiently diagnosing and treating patients with dizziness.
This discrete choice survey study examines factors that are associated with treatment preferences for patients with papillary thyroid cancers, the trade-offs in treatment factors people are willing to accept, and the association of terminology with treatment preferences and benefit-harm trade-offs.
This single-center, observational study of children with sleep-disordered breathing measures the upper airway structures using head and neck ultrasonography and evaluates the association between these measurements and severity of obstructive sleep apnea seen on polysomnography.
This medical record review validates a measure of dizziness catastrophizing and assesses its association with dizziness-related disability compared with other negative affect constructs (eg, anxiety and depression) in adults with a balance disorder.
This cohort study examines the differences in overall survival and toxic effects in patients with oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma treated with radiotherapy vs primary surgery.
This cohort study compares outcomes of endoscopic and open skull base surgery to investigate associations between surgical approaches, patient age, disease process, and intraoperative and postoperative complications among patients 70 years or older.
This narrative review describes the advantages and disadvantages of current and emerging preoperative imaging technologies for primary hyperparathyroidism.
This narrative review argues that white noise exposure therapy for tinnitus induces maladaptive neuroplastic changes in the brain and discusses alternative therapeutics that drive positive, adaptive plastic changes.
A woman in her 60s had a large, nonmobile, firm tumor extending from the postauricular region to the parotid gland, scalp, and neck that had been growing slowly for more than 20 years; she was a former smoker, and there was no palpable lymphadenopathy. What is your diagnosis?
This cohort study examines 57 Colombian patients with thyroid nodules classified as Bethesda categories V to VI who were treated with active surveillance.
This case report describes a patient with new-onset cricopharyngeus muscle dysfunction after activation of hypoglossal nerve stimulation therapy.
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