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Highlights In This Issue January 2017 JAMA Otolaryngology– Volume 143, Number 1 Pages 1-100 Head & Neck Surgery Research Opinion Viewpoint Chronic Sinusitis and Risk of Head and Neck Cancer in the US Elderly 25 11 Endoscopic Repair of Tympanic The local infl ammatory damage and/or immunodefi ciency associated with chronic rhino- Membrane Perforations: An Exercise sinusitis (CRS) may increase the risk for head and neck cancer (HNC), but the relationship of Acrobatic Dexterity or the Sign of the is not well studied. Beachler and Engels conducted a case-cohort analysis of US individuals Beginning of a New Era in Otology? M Fina 65 years and older using the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) database to determine the incidence of HNC in individuals with and without CRS. They found that Clinical Review & Education CRS was associated with an increased risk of HNC, but the increased risk was limited in large part to within 1 year of CRS diagnosis, suggesting that the association may be a result Clinical Challenge ENDOSCOPY of surveillance or detection bias. Ference and Suh provide an Invited Commentary. Invited Commentary 32 Increases in the Rate of Age-Related Hearing Loss in the Older Old 41 Wattamwar et http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery American Medical Association

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In This Issue January 2017 JAMA Otolaryngology– Volume 143, Number 1 Pages 1-100 Head & Neck Surgery Research Opinion Viewpoint Chronic Sinusitis and Risk of Head and Neck Cancer in the US Elderly 25 11 Endoscopic Repair of Tympanic The local infl ammatory damage and/or immunodefi ciency associated with chronic rhino- Membrane Perforations: An Exercise sinusitis (CRS) may increase the risk for head and neck cancer (HNC), but the relationship of Acrobatic Dexterity or the Sign of the...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright 2017 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
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2168-6181
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2168-619X
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10.1001/jamaoto.2016.1345
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In This Issue January 2017 JAMA Otolaryngology– Volume 143, Number 1 Pages 1-100 Head & Neck Surgery Research Opinion Viewpoint Chronic Sinusitis and Risk of Head and Neck Cancer in the US Elderly 25 11 Endoscopic Repair of Tympanic The local infl ammatory damage and/or immunodefi ciency associated with chronic rhino- Membrane Perforations: An Exercise sinusitis (CRS) may increase the risk for head and neck cancer (HNC), but the relationship of Acrobatic Dexterity or the Sign of the is not well studied. Beachler and Engels conducted a case-cohort analysis of US individuals Beginning of a New Era in Otology? M Fina 65 years and older using the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) database to determine the incidence of HNC in individuals with and without CRS. They found that Clinical Review & Education CRS was associated with an increased risk of HNC, but the increased risk was limited in large part to within 1 year of CRS diagnosis, suggesting that the association may be a result Clinical Challenge ENDOSCOPY of surveillance or detection bias. Ference and Suh provide an Invited Commentary. Invited Commentary 32 Increases in the Rate of Age-Related Hearing Loss in the Older Old 41 Wattamwar et

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