The COVID-19 pandemic has continued to cause dramatic shifts in the practice of otolaryngology. Even with standard precautions such as physical distancing and wearing personal protective equipment (PPE), aerosol-generating procedures such as nasolaryngoscopy (a commonly performed in-office procedure in which a soft, flexible fiber-scope is passed through the nose and into the throat) and intranasal instrumentation were determined to carry a risk of potential transmission if not adequately protected.
It may be possible to predict the severity of hearing loss for children diagnosed with enlarged vestibular aqueduct, according to a new study published in JAMA-Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery.Read More
Plural Publishing has released the second edition of the book, Balance Function Assessment and Management, edited by Gary Jacobson, PhD, and Neil Shepard, PhD.Read More
Frank Lin, MD, PhD, will be the keynote speaker at the ADA Convention to be held November 6-9, 2014 at the Red Rock Resort in Las Vegas, Nev.Read More
The 2014 Combined Otolaryngology Spring Meetings—a joint meeting of seven otolaryngological societies—will be held May 14-18, 2014, in Las Vegas, Nev.Read More