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Olfactory disorders in COVID-19

This Turkish prospective longitudinal observational study evaluated olfactory disorders (OD) and recovery processes in patients with COVID-19 infection at three time points within the first month of diagnosis: time of diagnosis with positive PCR test; time of first negative PCR...

Olfactory function and vitamin D

This Turkish prospective study evaluated olfactory function in individuals with primary vitamin D deficiency and the effect of replacement therapy on olfactory function over an eight-month period in 2019. A total of 91 individuals with vitamin D insufficiency were included,...

Adenoidal hypertrophy in children with allergic rhinitis

Nasal congestion in children with allergic rhinitis can be confounded by adenoidal hypertrophy. This retrospective Turkish study examines this association in more detail. The sample studied was 566 children (age 2-18) that were diagnosed (based on ARIA guidelines) and treated...

World Hearing Day 2020

Dr Shelly Chadha, Dr Karen Reyes - World Health Organization ‘Hearing for life: don’t let hearing loss limit you’, is the theme for World Hearing Day 2020. Annually observed on 3 March, World Hearing Day is the largest global advocacy...

Antioxidants for bacterial rhinosinusitis

This Turkish laboratory animal-based study looked at the effects of alpha-lipoic acid on inflammation, oxidative status, and tissue integrity in an animal model of experimentally induced acute rhinosinusitis and to compare these effects with antibiotic treatment using cephalosporins. Alpha-lipoic acid...

IFOS 2026 – Istanbul

There was much celebration from the Turkish contingent at IFOS 2023 in Dubai where it was announced that Istanbul will be the destination for IFOS 2026. The Istanbul bid won by a landslide, picking up 61% of the vote and...

Reflected glory: the race to claim the laryngeal mirror

“None of today’s young doctors can start to imagine the feeling of professional helplessness and despair that prevailed before the invention of the laryngeal mirror. Thousands of people died, whom we were not able to help, or even bring relief...

The evolution of the Confederation of CEORL-HNS Congress: a conversation among presidents

The Congress of the Confederation has come a long way since its first meeting in 2011. Three presidents – past and present – discuss how it has evolved. Prof Bernal-Sprekelsen, you organised the 1st Congress of the Confederation of EORL-HNS...

30th Congress of the Union of the European Phoniatricians

Shiying Hey, Laryngology Fellow, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK and Alper Senkal, ENT Specialist, Director of Kent Ear-Nose-Throat Hospital, Ankara, Turkey. In the charming city of Antalya, the Union of the European Phoniatricians (UEP) brought together...

The modern management of Ménière's disease

In this article, John Phillips considers the evolution of management options for Ménière’s disease. Treatment options past and present are discussed, together with an insight into future developments regarding the role of intratympanic steroids. Ménière's disease can be the source...

Patron saints of the ear

We all know that ear symptoms include hearing loss, vertigo, tinnitus and otalgia, but did you know there are patron saints for all these symptoms? John Riddington Young shares an overview of the patron saints of the ear, inspired by...

Making healthcare conferences green

Who knew our healthcare conference industry contributed so much to global carbon emissions? This article summarises means to reduce the impact such that we can continue to meet with our peers for educational meetings and networking, but in a sustainable...
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