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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 432 from Laryngo- rhino- otologie

Patient satisfaction after thyroidectomy - the width of the scar is more important than the length.

 To avoid a scar on the neck, alternative methods of thyroidectomy have been developed. The aim of our study was to determine the significance of the scar and the factors influencing satisfaction after classical thyroidectomy in the long term.

Editorial Referateband 2019.

Dear Colleagues,it is an extraordinary pleasure for me to present this really interesting booklet that was created at the occasion of the 90 Annual Meeting of the German Society of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology, Head & Neck Surgery. The highly significant scientific contributions from nine universities discuss different aspects of the meeting's motto entitled "Digitization in Oto-Rhino-Laryngology" and show important fields for developing and securing the future of our discipline.During the last years, digitization...

The Intelligent ENT Operating Room of the Future.

The increasing plurality and complexity of technical assistance systems pose a challenge for clinically active physicians. Particularly in the operating theater, there is a growing need to integrate medical systems and software solutions into a holistic clinical infrastructure. The primary goal of building a "digital (ENT) operating room of the future" is not just the pure technical improvement of the individual computer-aided equipment and instruments, but rather their dynamic networking and system integra...

A Big Data Perspective on the Genomics of Hearing Loss.

The completion of the human genome, the most fundamental example of big data in science and medicine, is the remarkable product of multidisciplinary collaboration and is regarded as one of the largest and most successful undertakings in human history. Unravelling the human genome means not only identifying the sequence of its more than 3.2 billion nucleotide bases, but also understanding disease-associated variations and applying this knowledge to patient-tailored precision medicine approaches. Genomics has...

Hearing Implants in the Era of Digitization.

The last years' developments could show that the rehabilitation with hearing implants is a field with the highest potential for development and innovation in otorhinolaryngology. New or extended indications were seen with developments of implants, new surgical techniques, and respective rehabilitation strategies.With the background of limited resources, the increasing number of subjects suffering from hearing disorders, the extended indications and thus the increasing number of CI carriers as well as the ne...

Telemedical Methods in Otorhinolaryngology.

Telemedicine is a generic term summarizing all communication techniques assisting to provide medical services over distance. This rapidly developing medical area provides especially for the field of otorhinolaryngology with its high dependency on endoscopy and microcopy vaulable options. For clinical examination of ear, nose, throat and larynx, but also for postoperative care and surveillance of head and neck tumor patients data exist using the telemedical approach. Furthermore, audiological telemedical mea...

Evaluation of Multicenter Registry Data.

A registry actively documents and standardizes patient data on pre-defined questions. The term "register" emphasizes the data-holding aspect with the aim of describing epidemiological relationships and differences, supporting quality assurance and improvement, as well as clinical research. The evaluation of efficacy in the medical care routine, the monitoring of patient safety as well as economic evaluation and minimum quantity research are further tasks of registries. Patients and reporting institutions de...

Strategies of Digitized Learning.

The development of digital strategies in teaching is based on the technological progress of the last decades, but also on the strong motivation to focus a didactic concept on the learning individuals. The available data of German medical faculties indicate that digital teaching concepts currently play a subordinate role in medicine in general and specifically in otorhinolaryngology. By assessing data of our own institution, we could demonstrate that the majority of medical students refer mainly to material ...

Medical Data Management - Approach, Concepts, Strategic and Operative Implications.

The collection, analysis and management of clinical data with electronic applications has already widely been used. The digitalization of medical records is expected to bear significant potentials for the increase of clinical efficiency and effectiveness. This has led to numerous legal initiatives by policymakers and healthcare systems in many countries to secure the spatially inclusive and comprehensive establishment of electronic health records in preferably all medical entities. The following article des...

Medical Apps in Oto-Rhino-Laryngology.

The implementation of mobile information and communication technology in the field of health services, e. g. in the form of apps, is becoming increasingly important. Unfortunately, the necessary quality criteria are often mising. Thus, it seems important, that in addition to an app controlling authority highly qualified health care professionals participate in the development of these applications. For reasons of liability, however, the physician must exercise great caution in the selection and recommenda...

The Role of the Internet for Healthcare Information in Otorhinolaryngology.

The wide distribution and availability of the internet during the last decades revolutionized the human information and communication behavior. Via internet, information can be easily retrieved and participative applications allow new types of interaction. The healthcare system is directly affected because information and communication represent a relevant part of it. The present contribution is intended to describe this development and its impact on otorhinolaryngology. The use of the internet for the rese...

An unusual finding in the tumor follow up care.

Auditory processing disorder: Our experience with questionnaires.

Impairments of sound discrimination, speech comprehension in background noise, memory, etc. can be assessed within the diagnosis of an auditory processing and perception disorder (AVWS) in a structured manner using the questionnaire (DGPP-AVWS-FB) provided by the German Society for Phoniatrics and Pedaudiology. The aim is to report on experiences with the use of this questionnaire in a pedaudiology practice. In particular, it was to be determined whether information on the auditory behaviour provided by par...

Die seltene Differenzialdiagnose eines Nasenrachentumors.

A benign tumour of the parotid gland - a rare diagnosis.

Correction: Value of sialendoscopy in German ENT-hospitals in 2016.

Editor's Comment.

ENT mirror examination.

Ultrasound of Thyroid Nodules - Ultrasound Characteristics and Risk of Carcinoma.

Thyroid ultrasound is used as a first-line diagnostic procedure to evaluate thyroid nodules. Several ultrasound characteristics have been associated with an increased risk of malignancy. Based on these criteria, classification systems are being developed to categorize thyroid nodules and stratify their malignant risk to decide about further evaluation. Up to now only morphological features are taken into account. The results of Doppler ultrasonography have not yet been included in these thyroid imaging and ...

When Deaf Parents' Deaf Children Provided with Cochlear Implant Begin to Hear: Effects on the Family Situation.

1993 marked the beginning of CI provision for deaf children of deaf parents. The situation of these children and their parents is a recurring research topic within the Munich Research Program "Deaf Parents and CI Children", in operation since 2000. A component of this study is subtitled "The Family Situation of Deaf Parents with CI Children". One of the findings of this study is that these so-called Coda (Children of Deaf Adults), assume the role of interpreter for their parents.

Retinovascular Findings in Susac's Syndrome.

Susac syndrome is a vasculopathy affecting the central nervous system, retina and cochlea leading to the triad encephalopathy, branch retinal artery occlusions and hearing loss. To date, about 300 cases have been described in the literature.

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