This systematic review assesses the literature to determine whether an association exists between laryngeal cancer and asbestos exposure.
This retrospective cohort analysis uses data from the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results–Medicare linked database to estimate monthly costs of all services used during the last months of life by patients with oral cavity and pharyngeal cancers.
This medical record review demonstrates that large thyroid nodules (TNs) of any given Bethesda class are not associated with increased probability of malignant disease beyond that which is expected based on their cytological classification and suggest that smaller TNs pose a relatively increased risk of malignant disease.
This retrospective cohort study found oral and pharyngeal cancer to be burdensome to elderly patients from a Medicare cost perspective.
This retrospective review finds that the incidence of thyroid cancer continues to increase in all races and ethnicities.
In this population-based study, Bann et al compared the increase in thyroid cancer incidence and tumor characteristics in Pennsylvania with the rest of the nation and assert that the observed increase in thyroid cancer annual percentage change in Pennsylvania is due to an actual increase in disease incidence.
Yoo et al compare incidentally discovered thyroid cancer via non–thyroid-related imaging with nonincidentally discovered thyroid cancer and determine if differences in tumor characteristics and patient presentation in incidentally discovered thyroid cancer may help elucidate the increasing incidence of this disease.
Malloy et al assess knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs of head and neck surgeons regarding human papillomavirus education and vaccination.
Ellebrecht et al describe the use of veltuzumab, a second-generation humanized anti-CD20 antibody, in a patient with pemphigus vulgaris.
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