This Viewpoint examines the increasing role of social media in the practice of otolaryngology.
This Viewpoint explores the benefits telemedicine could have on hearing health care for all populations but especially those that are vulnerable or underserved.
This Viewpoint suggests that academic surgical departments are well positioned to lead global surgery efforts given their focus on teaching, innovation, and service.
This essay discusses the benefits of the medical education system offering US otolaryngology residents the opportunity to gain a broader, more global perspective on the practice of otolaryngology.
This case series study examines whether the ability to achieve a prosthesis-free airway in adults after open airway reconstruction is associated with red blood cell distribution width at the time of surgery.
This cohort study assessed the frequency of and risk factors associated with postoperative delirium among patients undergoing free flap reconstruction after head and neck disease.
This study uses Swedish national registry data to assess the association between genetic vs environmental factors and risk of tinnitus among adoptees.
This content analysis assesses health-related quality of life outcomes and adverse effects of different types of surgical treatment of differentiated thyroid cancer among patients in an Australian case-control study.
This analysis of US nationally representative survey data assessed the financial burdens of patients with head and neck cancer compared with patients with other types of cancer.
This cohort study examines neurocognitive functioning in patients with head and neck cancer before treatment and investigates the association between neurocognition and speech functioning.
This study analyzes Medicare beneficiary and provider data from 2000 through 2016 to investigate trends in the number of nasal endoscopies performed among the Medicare population, reimbursement, and regional differences.
This narrative review discusses diagnosis and treatment of tracheobronchomalacia (TBM) in infants and children and presents a novel classification system.
A previously healthy 18-year-old woman presented with a growth in the right oropharynx of 4 months’ duration as well as voice changes, recent weight loss, and decreased appetite. What is your diagnosis?
A 1-week-old, full-term male newborn who was born after a normal pregnancy presented with labored breathing, xerostomia, poor bowel movements, symmetrical submucosal swelling of the oral floor, and a midline external punctum in the submental area; imaging showed a midline, sublingual, thin-walled, multiloculated lesion that extended inferiorly. What is your diagnosis?
A healthy man in his mid 30s residing in the northeastern United States was seen by his primary care physician in mid-June with a 2-week history of flulike symptoms and was given doxycycline because he reported frequenting wooded areas; 1 week later, he developed a complete right facial nerve paralysis. What is your diagnosis?
This Patient Page provides reasons for surgically removing a child’s tonsils and adenoids and describes the risks and expectations of this surgery.
This study evaluates the quality and reliability of YouTube videos pertaining to rhinoplasty as a source of patient information.
This database study assesses areas of research on hearing loss in children and older adults.
This survey-based pilot study evaluates app-driven postoperative care in the pediatric tonsillectomy population.
This case report describes an otherwise healthy woman in her 30s who presented with left-ear hearing loss, tinnitus, distorted hearing, and occasional otalgia of a few months’ duration.
This is a case report of a man who presented with oropharyngeal hemorrhage and impending airway compromise as the initial presentation of mucosal bullous pemphigoid.
This case report describes a man in his 40s who experienced an oculorespiratory reflex affecting intraoperative ventilation during repair of a large, unilateral orbital floor fracture.
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