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Original Investigation | May 21, 2015 FREE ONLINE FIRST

Selective Level VI Neck Dissection for Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma

This retrospective cohort study of elective central neck dissection in a group of selected patients with papillary thyroid cancer reports that the procedure increases the risk for complications and does not increase local recurrence rates.

Original Investigation | May 21, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Safety and Efficacy of PF-04958242 in Age-Related Hearing Loss

This randomized clinical trial of treatment with PF-04958242 for age-related sensorineural hearing loss showed no significant change from baseline compared with placebo in pure-tone average, speech discrimination score, and speech in noise testing.

Case Report/Case Series | May 21, 2015 ONLINE FIRST   audio icon

Head-Jolting Nystagmus

This case report of 2 patients manifesting a new syndrome (head-jolting nystagmus) expands the differential diagnosis of head movement–induced paroxysmal vertigo.

Clinical Challenge | May 21, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Massive Sinonasal Polyposis

A man in his 30s presented with a worsening sinus infection, nasal drainage, severe headaches, and long-standing visual loss. CT imaging revealed extensive nasal polyposis, bony remodeling consistent with long-standing inflammation, and massive erosion of the bilateral skull base and orbits. What is the diagnosis?

Original Investigation | May 14, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Surgery vs Chemoradiation for Advanced Hypopharyngeal SCC

This cohort study reports no statistically significant difference in survival among patients with advanced hypopharyngeal SCC treated with surgery followed by adjuvant radiotherapy or chemoradiotherapy (CRT) vs chemoradiotherapy alone.

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Case reports will now be submitted as Research Letters if they represent a case series and Observations if the manuscript describes only 1-2 cases. For more information about the types, please see the Categories of Articles section of the Instructions for Authors.

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Many readers enjoy the monthly Clinical Problem Solving section which has traditionally had Radiology and Pathology quizzes. A new category has been added for quiz cases that rely primarily on endoscopic images and/or videos. Visit the Instructions for Authors for more details.

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