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A Focus on Elderly Patient Care
This issue summarizes recently published articles on otolaryngology care for the elderly.
 
Laryngoscope Investigative Otolaryngology
Author Reminder: All Triological Society members who author or co-author a manuscript accepted for Laryngoscope Investigative Otolaryngology receive a discounted publication fee.
Elderly Patient Care Research Highlights
Balance and gait in the elderly: A contemporary review

Association of alterations in smell and taste with depression in older adults


Health‐related quality of life and economic burden of vestibular loss in older adults


Is HPV‐Associated Oropharyngeal Cancer Becoming More Common in Older Patients?

Age‐related hearing loss: Unraveling the pieces
 
The Laryngoscope
 
Elderly Patient Care Research Highlights
Frailty in geriatric head and neck cancer: A contemporary review

Predictive value of olfactory impairment for cognitive decline among cognitively normal adults


Factors associated with benefit of active middle ear implants compared to conventional hearing aids

The Prevalence of Cricopharyngeal Webs in Elderly Cadavers


Subglottic stenosis: An evaluation of an elderly treatment‐seeking population
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Elderly Patient Care Research Highlights
Is There a Connection Between Hearing Loss and Cognitive Decline?

Is Cochlear Implantation Safe and Effective in the Elderly?

Education, Training Needed for Managing Geriatric Otolaryngology Patients

Vestibular Loss in Older Patients Significantly Decreases Quality of Life
 
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