This article examines otolaryngologist contributions to the opioid epidemic and argues on behalf of limiting opioid prescription and working to make prescribing practices more consistent across disciplines.
This analysis uses census tract–level data from the nationwide American Community Survey to investigate geographic disparities for US veterans in accessing cochlear implant facilities within the Veterans Health Administration system.
This cohort study examines the use of real-time near-infrared autofluorescence imaging in the intraoperative setting for identification and localization of the parathyroid gland in patients with multiple endocrine neoplasia type 1.
This cohort study evaluates the association between National Comprehensive Cancer Network–recommended posttreatment clinical surveillance adherence and outcomes in a cohort of patients with of human papilloma virus–associated oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma.
This cohort study evaluates private insurance claims data for perioperative opioid prescribing practice, duration of prescriptions, and possible association with return visits for complications in pediatric tonsillectomy.
This cross-sectional study estimates the association of chronic laryngitis with various sinonasal symptoms and endoscopic findings to identify what sinonasal factors are associated with allergic cause of chronic laryngitis.
This quality improvement cohort study used Lean methodology to identify opportunities to reduce operating room inefficiency and, following a retrospective medical record review, implemented a surgical plan of the day and evaluated its association with reduced operation times.
This cross-sectional study examines the variations in morphology of the maxillary labial frenulum in healthy newborns to identify which anatomic measurements may be associated with neonatal breastfeeding difficulty.
This cross-sectional analysis uses the Nationwide Inpatient Sample to examine the association between regional hospital market concentration, hospital charges, and costs for laryngectomy.
This population-based study evaluates nearly 16 years of clinical and administrative data to understand the differences in surgical treatments, the incidence of thyroid cancer, and the role of region-based surgeons in provincewide practice variations in Ontario, Canada.
This systematic review examines data from humans and animals to assess the association of cannabis inhalation with the health and function of the vocal mechanism.
A 66-year-old man presented to the emergency department for painful and pruritic ulcerative cutaneous lesions involving his back, nose, lips, and mucosal lesions involving his oral cavity and oropharynx. What is your diagnosis?
A man in his 30s presented with a medical history of severe dysphagia and dysphonia, fever, rhinorrhea, several macules and desquamatory lesions on the mucosa of the oral cavity, lips, penis, and eye sclera. What is your diagnosis?
A woman presents with recurring left submandibular gland swelling and pain, and a sialoendoscopy shows a mucus cast, which has extensive eosinophil infiltrate seen on histologic examination. What is your diagnosis?
A man in his 20s presented with a progressive bilateral nasal obstruction accompanied by recurrent nosebleeds. Following removal of the obstruction, histopathologic results showed calcification of the mass. What is your diagnosis?
Using a representative cross-sectional sample combined with census data, this study calculates prevalence and population estimates to approximate the burden of eustachian tube dysfunction among adults in the United States.
This economic evaluation based on publicly available data assesses the use and cost of an implantable device, approved by the US Food and Drug Administration in 2014, that offers a unique alternative to patients with moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnea and poor response to continuous positive airway pressure.
This case report describes a woman in her 20s who presented with a right lower neck swelling that appeared intermittently, especially during swallowing and coughing.
This case report describes a patient with a medical history of symptomatic primary hyperparathyroidism who was found to have an atypical parathyroid neoplasm at the right skull base with an infiltrating pattern, which was treated by transnasal-transpterygoid endoscopic removal.
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