Endoscopic suture technique may further reduce length of stay and adverse treatment effects in endoscopic posterior cricoid split with costal cartilage grafting. Cleveland Clinic otolaryngologist Brandon Hopkins, MD, describes the technique in this case report.
Reducing unnecessary exposure to anesthesia for pediatric patients via office-based lower airway endoscopy, which provides safe – though somewhat difficult – visualization of the lower airway.
Randomized clinical trial finds no significant difference in ETTO events or quality of life in patients prophylactically with topical saline or ciprofloxacin. Pediatric otolaryngologist Brandon Hopkins, MD, explains.
Cleveland Clinic otolaryngologists report on their efforts to reduce the need for general anesthesia in the repair of choanal atresia using steroid-eluting stents.
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Multi-institutional study finds no significant difference in the diagnostic yield of CT and MR imaging in pediatric unilateral sensorineural hearing loss.
Ear tube placement is the most frequently performed surgical procedure in children. Cleveland Clinic otolaryngologists look at post-operative ear drainage treatments.
When watering of the eyes doesn’t respond to conservative measures, DCR is indicated. Here’s why the recent shift from an external to endoscopic approach in adults increasingly makes sense in kids too.
Cleveland Clinic’s Head & Neck Institute has found botulinum toxin (BTX) to be effective for pediatric facial nerve dysfunction and two other fairly common conditions in children.