Long-Term Histologic Changes in Nasal Mucosa after Total Laryngectomy

This recently published interesting paper [1] showed statistically significant reduction (P < .005) in congestion of inferior turbinate mucosa in 2 groups of post-total laryngectomy patients over a period of time (group 1; less than 12 months, group 2; 12–36 months). I am intrigued as to which statistical test was used to calculate this and the other P… CONTINUE READING