This Viewpoint discusses the risks and benefits of acquisition of otolaryngology physician practices by private equity firms.
This Viewpoint assesses the role of clinical significance in the evaluation of statistically significant data.
This cohort study develops a hearing loss prediction model for patients with head and neck cancer after radiotherapy and/or cisplatin chemotherapy.
This cross-sectional study explores the association of slight to mild hearing loss with behavioral problems and school performance in children.
This cross-sectional study based on national data from 1998 through 2017 assesses the incidence and mechanisms of head and neck injuries associated with cell phone use, especially during activities such as walking and driving.
This cohort study assesses the association between the presence of immunosuppression and disease-specific outcome in patients with cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma.
This survey study describes the testing methods and practices used by a sample of US audiologists when evaluating adults with severe hearing loss who are being considered for cochlear implant.
This cross-sectional study evaluates the variation in clinician use and payments for audiograms and vestibular tests across all regions of the United States and by specialty practice.
This cohort study investigates whether microvascular retinal signs are associated with age-related hearing loss among patients in the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Neurocognitive Study (ARIC-NCS).
This subgroup analysis of a cohort study examines the incidence of and risk factors for unilateral vocal fold immobility after more than 12 hours of mechanical ventilation in a medical intensive care unit.
This nonrandomized crossover study describes the design of a departmental-level burnout intervention, evaluates the intervention’s association with otolaryngology residents’ burnout and well-being, and describes how residents used and perceived the intervention.
This systematic review assesses the rate of discontinuation or nonpublication of phase 3 and 4 randomized clinical trials involving patients with head and neck cancer.
This narrative review describes the characteristics and management of dysphagia in infants and children.
A female neonate was born with stridor and respiratory distress, which required intubation. Laryngoscopy and bronchoscopy revealed a large laryngeal mass that was soft and fluctuant on palpation. What is your diagnosis?
A 69-year-old man had new-onset headaches, left ear pain, and persistent unsteadiness; computed tomographic imaging of the head demonstrated osseous destruction of the left temporal bone extending along the left internal jugular vein. What is your diagnosis?
A 6-month-old infant presented with a congenital superficial papule on the anterior surface of the neck that was not associated with overlying skin changes, pain, or discharge. What is your diagnosis?
A 25-year-old woman with a history of polycystic ovarian syndrome and a migraine disorder presented with a right neck mass that had enlarged over the course of 6 months. What is your diagnosis?
This cross-sectional study evaluates 2613 participants 60 years or older in the NHANES study (2001-2012) for variations in self-reported hearing trouble by audiometric hearing loss and sociodemographic characteristics.
This case report describes a 2-year-old girl who presented with a lower lip mass with intermittent bleeding, but no discharge, lymphadenopathy, or other oral lesions and was diagnosed with an atypical Spitz tumor.
This case report describes a woman in her 60s who presented with intermittent edema, intermittent erythema, and mild tenderness around the nose and was diagnosed with dermatomyositis associated with liquid silicone injection.
This case report describes a woman in her 70s who presented with impacted cerumen in the right ear and underwent bilateral irrigation, which resulted in tympanic membrane perforation and infection, with subsequent permanent facial palsy and mixed hearing loss.
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