Nasolaryngoscopy in a family medicine clinic: indications, findings, and economics.
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AbstractNasopharyngeal complaints are common among patients who present to primary care. Patients with these complaints are often referred for nasolaryngoscopy evaluation to exclude serious conditions such as laryngeal cancer.
CitationNasolaryngoscopy in a family medicine clinic: indications, findings, and economics., 23 (5):591-7 J Am Board Fam Med
AffiliationDepartment of Family Medicine
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