CONTINUED LEARNING SECTION EDITOR: MARVIN P. FRIED, MD Richard V. Smith, MD he contemporary workup of a patient with a solitary parotid mass is discussed. This discussion is directed, with a limited review of the current literature, and is meant to provide a succinct topic review and to facilitate additional study of the topic. T Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2011;137(5):508-512 PATIENT EVALUATION Editor’s Note AND WORKUP This issue of the Archives is the inauguration issue for a new section, Clini- The initial evaluation of the patient is clini- cal Topic Evaluation and Treatment Reviews, the section editor of which is cal and should include a complete medical Marvin P. Fried, MD. While this section has no association or review by the history and head and neck examination. American Board of Otolaryngology, its purpose is to use topics for Mainte- Thorough questioning regarding the dura- nance of Certification (MOC) as a nidus for providing contemporary re- view articles that can be valuable both for those who are required to fulfill tion, extent, and character of the lesion is the standards of MOC and for those who wish to have review articles by important, as is a history of any
JAMA Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery – American Medical Association
Published: May 1, 2011
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