ENT Resources

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  1. courtyard

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    Hi everyone,

    I am an MS3 planning on going into ENT.
    Right now I am doing the required clerkships so I don't get much chance to keep up with ENT topics. (Although my ears to perk up when I hear ENT cases once in a while).

    I wanted to ask you all: what are some of your favorite resources (journals, websites) to keep in touch with up-to-date trends in ENT (new techonology, improved procedures, etc)? Sometimes when I am in the library I grab random ENT journals and skim through articles, but I would like to hear what are some ideal journals/resources for MS3 level reading.

    Thanks!

    CY.
     
  2. aggernodi

    aggernodi Private Practice ENT
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    Journals:

    ENT Journal (definitely MS3 level of reading)
    Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery
    Laryngoscope
    Annals of Otology, Rhinology, and Laryngology
    Archives of Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery

    Websites:

    http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/sections/ent/
    (good site to see what ENT news the media likes to pick up and therefore what patients question us about at visits)
     
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  3. resxn

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    Aggernodi picked up all my favorites. There's also the UT-Galveston site that puts out their powerpoint presentations on-line. http://www.utmb.edu/otoref/grnds/GrndsIndex.html

    the other thing to do if you get a chance is to try to go to the ENT conferences as much as possible at your school.

    emedicine.com is another site that tries to stay fairly up-to-date for a textbook like discussion of topics.
     

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