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Jan 13, 2021

Researchers report that practice patterns across the US are not consistent with guidelines for the diagnosis and management of sensorineural hearing loss in young children. The rates of genetic…

Jan 13, 2021

A recent study says that a European study found patients with mild cases of COVID-19 were much more likely to report losing their sense of smell than patients with moderate to critical cases.…

Jan 13, 2021

According to recent guidelines, Saliva spit tests stack up well against the gold standard for molecular COVID-19 tests the back-of-the-nose deep swab without the discomfort and induced coughing or…

Jan 13, 2021

Ryan Nesemeier et.al. conducted a study to determine whether patients unnecessarily undergo CT scans in the emergency department when presenting with sore throat and identify physical examination…

Jan 13, 2021

Sam K. Touisserkani et.al. presented a case of a 35-year-old woman who presented with anosmia after recovery from COVID-19. In many cases, this chemosensitive dysfunction persisted after the…

Dec 30, 2020

The CDC has now updated guidance for people with underlying medical conditions who are considering getting the coronavirus vaccine. The CDC guidance had specific information for people with HIV,…

Dec 30, 2020

arly autopsies of deceased patients confirmed the coronavirus does not just cause respiratory disease, but can also attack other vital organs. They also led doctors to try blood thinners in some…

Dec 30, 2020

Derek B. Wu et.al. conducted a study to review the evolution of the in-office intranasal placement of corticosteroids in the management of Chronic Rhinosinusitis. The researchers concluded that in…