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Original Investigation | May 28, 2015 FREE ONLINE FIRST

Pediatric Tympanostomy Tube Removal Technique and TM Perforation

This case series compares 4 techniques for tympanostomy tube removal in children and finds no difference among them in persistent tympanic membrane perforation rate.

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?

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Interview with Benjamin L. Judson, MD and Alexander L. Luryi, BS, authors of Treatment Factors Associated With Survival in Early-Stage Oral Cavity Cancer: Analysis of 6830 Cases From the National Cancer Data Base

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Treatment Factors Associated With Survival in Early-Stage Oral Cavity Cancer:  Analysis of 6830 Cases From the National Cancer Data Base

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Recent Changes to Case Report Submissions

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.

Now Accepting Submissions for Clinical Challenge - Endoscopy

Many readers enjoy the monthly Clinical Challenge 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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