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CRS and Type 2 Inflammation

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Release Date: 05/26/2022

Updates on Allergic Rhinitis show art Updates on Allergic Rhinitis

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Published literature on allergic rhinitis (AR) has expanded substantially in recent decades. This daunting amount of new literature may be overwhelming for the busy clinician and contribute to inertia. Fortunately, the International Consensus Statement on Allergy and Rhinology: Allergic Rhinitis was published in early 2023 and can help aid otolaryngologists in tackling this formidable mountain of evidence. In this podcast, commissioned by the AAO-HNS Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology Committee, Christopher Brook, MD, one of the ICAR: Allergic Rhinitis 2023 authors, interviews Sarah K. Wise, MD,...

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Add-On Code G2211: What You Need to Know show art Add-On Code G2211: What You Need to Know

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Join Gene Brown, MD, RPh, AAO-HNS/F At-Large Director and general otolaryngologist, and James Lin, MD, the Academy’s CPT Advisor and a neurotologist, as they engage in a robust podcast discussion on the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services implementation of code G2211. This is a new code that went into effect on January 1, 2024. Dr. Brown and Dr. Lin provide clinical examples that indicate when code G2211 may be utilized in an otolaryngology practice.

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The Mid-Career Female Otolaryngologist: Past Perspectives and Future Challenges show art The Mid-Career Female Otolaryngologist: Past Perspectives and Future Challenges

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"The Mid-Career Female Otolaryngologist: Past Perspectives and Future Challenges," is second in a series presented by the Section for Women in Otolaryngology (WIO), and features Sarah K. Rapoport, MD, Minka L. Schofield, MD, Priya D. Krishna, MD, and Margo M. McKenna, MD. Hear women in mid-career discuss their accomplishments, challenges, and their direction for the future.

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Mechanisms and Biomarkers of Endotypes in Chronic Rhinosinusitis show art Mechanisms and Biomarkers of Endotypes in Chronic Rhinosinusitis

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Commissioned by the Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Committee, Joshua M Levy, MD, MPH and Bruce K. Tan, MD discuss mechanisms and biomarkers of endotypes in chronic rhinosinusitis. Subjects covered by this podcast include identification of types of inflammation, geographic variations in endotypes, and methods utilized to address different endotypes.

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Immunodeficiency show art Immunodeficiency

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Matthew W. Ryan, MD, and Cecelia Damask, DO, share their insights on clinical presentations, laboratory evaluations, and treatment options regarding immunodeficiencies, during the podcast, “Immunodeficiency,” which was commissioned by the Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology Committee. 

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Wellness and Work-Life Balance for Women in Otolaryngology show art Wellness and Work-Life Balance for Women in Otolaryngology

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The Women in Otolaryngology (WIO) Section hosted a podcast on well-being. Moderator, Sarah K. Rapoport, MD, is joined by Katherine L. Fedder, MD, Meha G. Fox, MD, and Samantha J. Hauff, MD, in a discussion among women otolaryngologists on work-life balance in various stages of their careers.

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IgE vs Eosinophil show art IgE vs Eosinophil

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Matthew W. Ryan, MD, and Cecelia Damask, DO, share their insights on nasal polyp inflammation and consider which is more important, IgE or the Eosinophil, during the podcast, “IgE vs. Eosinophil,” which was commissioned by the Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology Committee.

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"How I Did It" - Episode 2

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Host James G. Naples, MD, interviews Bert W. O'Malley, MD, current President and CEO of the University of Maryland Medical Center, on how he achieved professional success and the factors that contributed to his accomplishments.

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What's important from the CRSwNP Biologics Trials show art What's important from the CRSwNP Biologics Trials

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James “Whit” Mims, MD, and Joshua M. Levy, MD, MPH, share their insights on the clinical trials of various biologics for chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps during the podcast, “What's Important from the CRSwNP Biologics Trials,” commissioned by the Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology Committee. 

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"How I Did It" - Episode 1

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Host James G. Naples, MD, interviews Debara L. Tucci, MD, MS, MBA, Director of the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, on how she achieved professional success and the factors that contributed to her accomplishments.

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Christine Franzese, MD, and Michael P. Platt, MD, share their insights on immunology involving chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps during the podcast “CRS and Type 2 Inflammation” commissioned by the Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology Committee.