Is it necessary to provide prophylactic antibiotics for anterior nasal packs? Standard teaching says yes but the data isn’t so supportive.Read More
This post dives into acute rhinosinusitis with a focus on clinical identification and determining the benefits of antibiotic therapy.Read More
This post discusses TMJ dislocations and the numerous reduction techniques.Read More
Herpes keratitis is relatively common and can result in vision loss when diagnosis and management are delayed.Read More
Epiglottitis, now increasingly common amongst adults, is difficult to recognize and potentially, life-threatening.Read More
Acute otitis media is the most common bacterial infection in childhoodRead More
Serious traumatic eye injuries are relatively uncommon but it is vital to recognize them and rapidly initiate management.Read More
The suppurative end-point of bacterial infection that results in the development of pus between the palatine tonsil and its capsule.Read More
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