Browse Abstracts from the 2015 American Head and Neck Society Translational Research and Annual Meetings
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Original Investigation | October 8, 2015 ONLINE FIRST
Ideal Candidate Selection for Surgical Salvage of HNSCC
This study of patients with recurrent head and neck squamous cell carcinoma treated with salvage surgery recommends that medical comorbidity and age, primary T3/T4 stage, and disease-free interval be considered in selecting patients for surgical salvage.
Original Investigation | October 1, 2015 ONLINE FIRST
Neck Dissection Impairment Index and Shoulder Functioning
This cross-sectional study of patients with head and neck cancer who underwent selective neck dissection or modified radical neck dissection reports that more aggressive treatment was associated with worse shoulder function and quality of life.
Clinical Challenge | October 1, 2015 ONLINE FIRST
A Puzzle in the Carotid Space
A 25 year old male presents with a painless, slowly growing neck mass. CT scan shows a large carotid space mass with cystic areas, coarse calcifications, and heterogeneous enhancement, predominantly around the calcific foci. It displaces the common carotid artery and internal jugular vein anterolaterally. What is your diagnosis?
Original Investigation | September 24, 2015 ONLINE FIRST
Vibratory Characteristics in Children After Airway Reconstruction
This case series of children undergoing voice evaluation following airway reconstruction describes the numbers who underwent successful endoscopy and stroboscopy in evaluation for dysphonia.
Transoral Robotic Surgery in Oropharyngeal Cancer
This cohort study uses medical record review data to characterize outcomes for patients with head and neck cancer who underwent transoral robotic surgery.
Interview with Jeremiah Alt, MD, author of Quality of Life in Patients With Chronic Rhinosinusitis and Sleep Dysfunction Undergoing Endoscopic Sinus Surgery: A Pilot Investigation of Comorbid Obstructive Sleep Apnea
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Videostroboscopy reveals little to no vibration of either true vocal fold with high- or low-pitch phonation.
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