Gordon Sun: Operation Healthcare


  • Case Challenge: Acute Otitis Media in Children The principles of appropriate management of AOM in children are illustrated by Dr Gordon Sun in these clinical cases.
  • Four Bloody Noses: Current Concepts in Epistaxis Is it just a bloody nose? These scenarios demonstrate the latest thinking about the prevention, diagnosis, and management of epistaxis.
  • 'I Can't Hear': Evaluating Patients With Hearing Loss Patients of all ages can present with hearing loss. How well would you have managed with these three very different cases?
  • Cases in Tonsil Disease: From the Routine to the Serious Three short cases illustrate the key points of evidence-based diagnosis and management of tonsillitis and related concerns.
  • BPPV: What to Do About Dizziness Four short cases illustrate the key points of evidence-based diagnosis and management of BPPV.
  • Dealing With Cerumen Impaction Review the latest recommendations on dealing with cerumen impaction in clinic and at home.
  • Incidental Thyroid Nodule: OK, Now What? Is it really thyroid cancer? In this case presentation, Gordon Sun reviews controversies surrounding the increase in thyroid cancer diagnoses and management of incidental thyroid nodules.
  • Relief for the Symptoms of Rhinosinusitis: Case Challenges In a case series, Gordon Sun reviews the many formulations and delivery methods for use of intranasal saline to relieve symptoms of acute and chronic rhinosinusitis.
  • Managing Acute Otitis Externa: The Latest Guidelines Four clinical cases illustrate the latest research and guidelines on the diagnosis and management of acute otitis externa.
  • How to Approach Nasal Septal Deviations Four clinical cases illustrate the evaluation, imaging, diagnosis, and management of nasal septal deviations.
  • The Many Faces of Rhinosinusitis New clinical practice guidelines update the diagnosis and management of rhinosinusitis in adults.
  • Tinnitus: Case Challenges How do you manage tinnitus? Brush up on your approach with these four different patients, each presenting with tinnitus.
  • Clinicians Are Talking About Aging Surgeons Is it a knife in the heart to a surgeon to feel that he or she is 'too old' to operate, or is this just the natural end to a distinguished career? Medscape readers' opinions cut both ways.
  • Azithromycin Do's and Don'ts Treatment guidelines increasingly recommend that azithromycin not be used to treat many common infections. Are you prescribing it correctly? Test yourself with this case challenge.

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