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Collaborating with patients on research priorities in hyperacusis: the James Lind Alliance project

An innovative and inclusive approach to the identification and prioritisation of research questions is to place the views of patients at the heart of the process, and in partnership with clinicians. The application of this to hyperacusis is described by...

Physician illness

Getting in the zone, recognising our personal stress limits and looking after ourselves are vital components in our efforts to stay healthy advises Abbie Lane, after almost a generation of de-stressing others. They say a rugby player like Brian O’Driscoll...

Subjective tinnitus – adding mutebutton™ to your tinnitus toolbox

Neurophysiologic tinnitus or subjective tinnitus is typically a sound or a number of sounds that originate from the auditory nervous system. They are unwanted sounds that do not exist in the external environment. They can be heard in one or...

7th European Laryngological Live Surgery Broadcast

The main topics of this live surgery broadcast will include the benign and malignant pathology of the larynx, phonosurgery, tumors, open and endoscopic procedures, and laser and robotic surgeries. Taking place 9am-4pm CET (GMT +1), the surgeries will be presented...

Genoray: ENT CBCT solutions provider specialised in ENT diagnosis

Genoray, a leading medical and dental solutions provider and manufacturer of medical and dental X-ray systems, has launched a new series of ENT CBCT to help otolaryngologists take precise diagnostic images with specific sinus, temporal bone, airway and DR modes.

The benefits of mindfulness for tinnitus

Mindfulness-based psychological therapy for tinnitus has, in recent times, been the subject of well-designed clinical research that demonstrated impressive benefits. Dr Liz Marks guides us through this field, and advocates for better access and availability of these techniques. Mindfulness can...

Psychogenic vestibular disorders: understanding and management

‘Psychogenic vestibular disorders’, also known as ‘functional vertigo and dizziness’, are common causes of dizziness and balance difficulty. Although our understanding of their underlying pathophysiology remains incomplete, Drs Diego Kaski and Amy Edwards outline how early identification and positive diagnosis...

Developing medical devices for children: opportunities and challenges

The development of medical devices for infants and children lags significantly behind the development of devices for adults. While in the United States the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has set up incentives for developing child age-specific pharmaceuticals, there is...

SFO Conference 2021

The Student and Foundation Doctors in Otolaryngology (SFO) Conference 2021 kicked off to a great start with a very warm welcome from SFO UK Chair Mr Dheeraj Karamchandani and Professor Nirmal Kumar, ENT UK President. The friendly and encouraging tone...

Mastoid surgery for cholesteatoma

Landmark Paper: Toner JG, Smyth GDL. Surgical Treatment of Cholesteatoma: a comparison of three techniques. Am J Otol 1990;11(4):247-9. Canal wall up or canal wall down? Chris Aldren discusses the landmark paper that attempted to provide a definitive answer for...

Best timing for post-treatment PET-CT scans in head and neck cancer

Unfortunately we know that the recurrence rate for head and neck cancer can be high, up to 30-50% in some series. These recurrences tend to occur within the first two years following treatment. Optimal surveillance strategies to detect recurrences early...

BACO INTERNATIONAL 2018 Preview

4-6 July 2018; Manchester, UK Preview by Prof Valerie J Lund CBE, Master, BACO International 2018 Next year the British Academic Conference in Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck and Allied Specialities (BACO) will take place in Manchester, and I have the...