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Original Investigation | April 16, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Insurance Status and Care Quality for Acute Rhinosinusitis

This cross-sectional analysis of a large database population of adults and children with chronic rhinosinusitis found that the patient’s type of medical insurance did not affect the quality of care received.

Case Report/Case Series | April 16, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Intraocular Pressure Changes and Orbital Compartment Syndrome

This case report describes a patient with orbital compartment syndrome following routine frontal sinus irrigation treated with emergent lateral canthotomy and cantholysis followed by endoscopic medial wall decompression.

Clinical Challenge | April 16, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

An Infratemporal Fossa Mass

A man in his 50s has a 10 cm destructive infratemporal fossa mass with negative histology and strong nuclear beta-catenin staining on immunohistochemistry. What is your diagnosis?

Original Investigation | April 9, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Acoustic Rhinometry, Endoscopy, and Symptoms in Children With Nasal Obstruction

This cross-sectional study reports correlations between subjective symptoms and acoustic rhinometry and endoscopic findings in children with nasal obstruction symptoms referred to an academic airway clinic.

Original Investigation | April 9, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

HNSCC Cells and PIK3CA Mutation

This study assessed the response of PIK3CA-mutated head and neck squamous cell carcinoma cells to in vitro targeted therapies.

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The procedure of laryngeal electromyography-guided hyaluronic acid vocal fold injection for unilateral vocal fold paralysis.


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2015 AHNS Translational Research & Annual Meetings

The theme of the 2015 AHNS Translational Research Meeting is "Transforming Patient Care through Innovative Research." The two day meeting starts one day prior to the Combined Otolaryngology Spring Meetings (COSM) on Tuesday April 21 and will be held at the Sheraton Boston. The 2015 AHNS Annual meeting will be held as part of COSM from Wednesday April 22 to Thursday April 23, at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston. For more information or to register, visit the AHNS Website.

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 Problem Solving - Endoscopy

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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