This Viewpoint discusses cautionary measures and best practices for physicians to use when considering treating patients with off-label drugs and devices.
This essay relates an otologist’s experience as a cochlear implant recipient.
This cohort study examines the indications for and outcomes of expansion sphincter pharyngoplasty for patients with obstructive sleep apnea and lateral pharyngeal wall collapse.
This cohort study assessed whether posttreatment lymphopenia and an elevated ratio of neutrophils to lymphocytes are associated with clinical outcomes in patients with human papillomavirus–negative oropharyngeal cancer after radiotherapy.
This multicenter cross-sectional study assesses the association between demographic, hearing-related, and cochlear implant–related factors and cochlear implant–related quality of life across 6 domains in a newly created quality of life item bank.
This systematic review and meta-analysis evaluates the diagnostic yield of computed tomography and MRI in children with unexplained sensorineural hearing loss to determine the clinical benefit of imaging.
This cohort study evaluates the association between singing in a children’s choir and the development of pediatric voice disorders.
This study evaluates the association of gender differences with the perceived quality of life of head and neck oncological surgeons.
This cohort study examines whether oral gargle samples can be used to accurately detect and genotype human papillomavirus in men with newly diagnosed oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma.
This cross-sectional review evaluates the registration practices of 179 randomized clinical trials in rhinosinusitis.
A 46-year-old East African swimmer presented with a 1-month history of progressive left hearing loss and vertigo; he also reported asthenia, sleep disorders, and urinary frequency. What is your diagnosis?
A white man in his 70s presented with a gradually enlarging right supraorbital mass that had been neglected for 4 years. What is your diagnosis?
A preschool boy presented with asymptomatic, reddish, raised lesions over his right ear, noticed 3 months earlier, associated with multiple painless swellings on the ipsilateral side of neck for the past 3 weeks. What is your diagnosis?
This case report describes a woman who presented with left-sided epistaxis from a 4.8-cm mass in the left nasal cavity extending from the left olfactory cleft.
This case report describes a man in his 40s who presented with complaints of swelling in the right side of neck and left-sided palatal mass that was biopsied and yielded positive results for poorly differentiated carcinoma.
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