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The medical discipline and practice of otolaryngology is a specialty that addresses conditions of the ears, nose, and throat. Another name for this practice is otolaryngology head and neck surgery.
New study tracks musical rhythm as potential treatment for autism

New study tracks musical rhythm as potential treatment for autism

New gene mutation involved in familial thyroid cancers identified

New gene mutation involved in familial thyroid cancers identified

Earliest stage of hearing loss is linked to cognitive decline

Earliest stage of hearing loss is linked to cognitive decline

Newer procedure offers more permanent solution to chronic Eustachian tube dysfunction

Newer procedure offers more permanent solution to chronic Eustachian tube dysfunction

Affordable Care Act reduced rate of uninsured patients with head and neck cancers

Affordable Care Act reduced rate of uninsured patients with head and neck cancers

Genetic mutation of APOE gene may provide protection against Alzheimer's disease

Genetic mutation of APOE gene may provide protection against Alzheimer's disease

Head and facial injuries from cycling remain steady over the past 10 years, study finds

Head and facial injuries from cycling remain steady over the past 10 years, study finds

EPFL and Mass. Eye and Ear researchers are developing highly elastic hearing implants

EPFL and Mass. Eye and Ear researchers are developing highly elastic hearing implants

Nonsurgical treatment options effective for sufferers of chronic rhinosinusitis

Nonsurgical treatment options effective for sufferers of chronic rhinosinusitis

Head and neck melanoma among pediatric and young adult populations up by 51%

Head and neck melanoma among pediatric and young adult populations up by 51%

Study examines daily distribution of drugs at major U.S. children's hospital

Study examines daily distribution of drugs at major U.S. children's hospital

Johns Hopkins Medicine celebrates opening of Pavilion III at Green Spring Station

Johns Hopkins Medicine celebrates opening of Pavilion III at Green Spring Station

New imaging technology may help surgeons better detect cancer during surgery

New imaging technology may help surgeons better detect cancer during surgery

Deep brain stimulation found to be safe, effective in the treatment of refractory severe tinnitus

Deep brain stimulation found to be safe, effective in the treatment of refractory severe tinnitus

Stem cells with 'dual identity' associated with loss of smell from inflammation in chronic sinusitis

Stem cells with 'dual identity' associated with loss of smell from inflammation in chronic sinusitis

Chronic conductive hearing loss linked to speech recognition deficits

Chronic conductive hearing loss linked to speech recognition deficits

Preventing progression of esophageal tissue damage after button battery ingestion

Preventing progression of esophageal tissue damage after button battery ingestion

60% of privately insured children received opioids after tonsillectomy, study finds

60% of privately insured children received opioids after tonsillectomy, study finds

Study shows how cigarette smoke drives tumor aggressiveness in head and neck cancer

Study shows how cigarette smoke drives tumor aggressiveness in head and neck cancer

New twist on century-old plastic surgery technique helps repair patient's skull base

New twist on century-old plastic surgery technique helps repair patient's skull base