The latest research on ear health, head and neck cancer, sleep-disordered breathing, rhinology and allergy, facial plastics, laryngology and swallowing disorders, endocrine surgery, and other topics related to otolaryngology-head and neck surgery will be presented in Atlanta, GA, October 7-10, during the 2018 Annual Meeting & OTO Experience of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Foundation.
The 2018 Annual Meeting includes hundreds of research presentations. The program advisory committee, comprised of physician members, selected 21 scientific oral presentations to highlight in recognition of outstanding scientific merit and innovation. The following selected studies will be presented during the “Best of Orals” session on Sunday, October 7, at 8:30 am in Building B, Room 312, in the Georgia World Congress Center (GWCC).
Do Surgeons’ Biases Influence the Treatment Decisions in Patients with Recurring Tonsillitis?
Nish Mehta, PhD, MBBS, FRCS (ORL) (presenter)
Effectiveness of Non-opioid/Non-narcotic Postoperative Pain Management Regimen for Patients Undergoing Thyroidectomy and/or Parathyroidectomy
James Biery (presenter) and Phillip K. Pellitteri, DO
Epidemiology of Vestibular Schwannoma over the Past Half-Century: Population-Based Study in the United States
John P. Marinelli BS, (presenter), Christine Lohse, MS, and Matthew L. Carlson, MD
Evaluation of the Prognostic Utility of the Hemoglobin-to-Red Cell Distribution Width Ratio in Head and Neck Cancer: Multi-center Cohort Study
Tristan Tham, MD (presenter), Caitlin Olson, MD, Josephine Coury, Julian Khaymovich, Sireesha Teegala, Michael Wotman, and Peter D. Costantino,