Today is Thanksgiving Day in the US. Between this morning’s cases I had some moments to ponder on a consultation I had with a patient a few days ago. One of those conversations that is like a glitch in the matrix, seared into my conscience.… Read more
Here’s what I’m wishing for my patients:
Waterproof hearing aids that do not rely on batteries.
A tablet taken in the first trimester that would eliminate the development of congenital ear malformation.
A percutaneous, image guided insertion of a cochlear implant under local anaesthesia.… Read more
Easy. It is the most beautiful of all the surgical specialties. I know, I’m biased. Let me tell you why (and I am about to have a word diarrhea here)
It’s true that ENT does not get a lot of fanfare in Medical Schools.… Read more