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Cleveland Clinic Experts Share Insights on How to Avoid Thyroidectomy Complications

Strong communication with the patient and a thorough approach are essential

Hoarseness

Hoarseness: When to Observe and When to Refer

Cleveland Clinic physicians weigh in

Mohamad Chaaban, MD

Obesity Increases Risk of Sinusitis — Independent of Asthma, Study Finds

New research adds to understanding of an understudied link

Paul Bryson
November 29, 2023/Ob/Gyn & Women’s Health

New Review Indicates Airway Stenosis Treatment During Pregnancy Is Safe and Effective

Endoscopic balloon dilation during pregnancy helps optimize outcomes

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Case Study: Cholesteatoma

The rare condition can cause structural damage if untreated

Ehlers–Danlos Syndrome.

Cleveland Clinic Researchers Explore Laryngological Symptoms Among EDS Patients

A recently published case series highlights the broad range of laryngeal findings that can present among individuals with EDS

intraconal orbital tumor
October 5, 2023/Neurosciences

Endonasal Approach Enables Intraconal Orbital Tumor Removal

A partnership between a skull-base rhinologist and a neurosurgeon has helped advance a technique with favorable outcomes and minimal postoperative morbidity

Osteoradionecrosis

ATLFL Rescue Flap Surgery Is Highly Successful at Halting Mandibular Osteoradionecrosis Progression With Low Associated Morbidity

Newly published research shows how the surgical technique is a game-changer for patients with ORN

Idiopathic Subglottic Stenosis

Study Compares Outcomes for Surgical Treatment of Idiopathic Subglottic Stenosis

First five-year prospective study provides valuable data to guide decision-making

Dr. Silver
May 19, 2023/Cancer

Advanced Thyroid Cancer: Combined Transcervical and Transthoracic Surgical Approaches

A new study indicates that the combined approaches can be performed without mortality and with acceptable morbidity

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