This is particularly true of those that are not approved by the American Board of Medical Specialties and eligible for training program approval by the American College of Graduate Medical Education (neurotology, pediatric otolaryngology
, plastic surgery within the head and heck, and sleep medicine), and therefore already following a prescribed and relatively standardized curriculum.
While the technology for this approach has been available for many years, it has not been adopted in otolaryngology
as widely as might be desirable.
Ninety-seven percent of the respondents answered that they worked with otolaryngology
residents and were board certified; 67% had received fellowship training in one or more subspecialties.
ASGO members not only contribute with lectures and peer-reviewed medical literature, but they also have collaborated to author, with the assistance of Thieme Medical Publishers and AAO-HNS, the textbook Geriatric Otolaryngology
(2015, Print ISBN: 9781626239777, EBook ISBN: 9781626239784).
He was an outstanding surgeon and directed his practice to otolaryngology
. He further trained abroad for two years in Heidelberg and Vienna, returning to be the first to limit his practice to otolaryngology
in the 1880's.
A total of $495,195 was awarded to 29 approved grants in various fields of otolaryngology
. A listing can be found on the AAO-HNSF website (1) and in the AAO-HNSF Bulletin.
Michigan-based fellow of facial plastics and reconstructive surgery Fletcher presents case studies demonstrating how to apply acquired knowledge in clinical practice in the major subspecialties of otolaryngology
. Each case walks through taking history, physical examination, work-up, differential diagnosis, and treatment options for common clinical problems.
Otolaryngology-2013 lays a platform for the interaction with experts around the world to discuss the development and to catalyze the networking between the branches of Otolaryngology
and to facilitate the amalgamation of the complementary scientific efforts in the academia and industry to achieve common scientific goals.
For residents, fellows, and clinicians in otolaryngology-head and neck surgery, facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, and related disciplines, Goldenberg (surgery and oncology, Pennsylvania State U.) and Goldstein, who practices otolaryngology-head and neck surgery, provide a concise clinical reference on this surgery that covers otology, audiology, rhinology, laryngology, head and neck cancer, the thyroid and parathyroid, general and pediatric otolaryngology
, and facial plastic and reconstructive surgery.
The challenges of gaining acceptance to an otolaryngology
residency are familiar not only to those of us in academics, but also to anyone who has tried to help a medical student gain entrance to one of our training programs.
The Essential Guide to Coding in Otolaryngology
: Coding, Billing, and Practice Management