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This Clinical Problem Solving case asks for your diagnosis of a large submucosal nasal mass with prominent superficial vessels.
In this meta-analysis, Mikals and Brigger assess the effectiveness of primary adenoidectomy as an adjuvant to tympanostomy tube placement compared with tube placement alone in patients with otitis media.
Balakrishnan et al compared surgery and sclerotherapy as initial treatment for head and neck lymphatic malformations.
Connor et al investigate the histologic effects of bevacizumab injections into the vocal fold and compare these findings with those for cidofovir and saline control injections.
Interview with Kelly M. Malloy, MD, author of A Survey of Current Practices, Attitudes, and Knowledge Regarding Human Papillomavirus–Related Cancers and Vaccines Among Head and Neck Surgeons
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The November issue of JAMA Otolaryngology―Head & Neck Surgery is the largest issue of the year and is dedicated to papers presented at the 2013 Annual Meeting of American Head and Neck Society in Orlando, Florida.
Read Dr. Jonas Johnson's Presidential Address from the AHNS 2013 Annual Meeting entitled "Dysphagia: Perspectives on an Old Problem."
The 2014 American Head and Neck Society Annual Meeting will be combined with the International Federation of Head and Neck Oncologic Societies (IFHNOS) 5th World Congress in New York City on July 26-30, 2014. Details can be found at the dedicated website and abstract submissions are invited online through December 20.
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Author Allen M. Chen, MD, discusses Depression Among Long-term Survivors of Head and Neck Cancer Treated With Radiation Therapy.
Author Maria Peña discusses Orbital Complications of Acute Sinusitis: Changes in the Post–Pneumococcal Vaccine Era.
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