Newly published data from Cleveland Clinic’s 21-year experience treating ATCs provide reasons for optimism in the current era of targeted and immune therapies.
By including speech-language pathologists in the OR during medialization thyroplasty procedures, experts can perform intraoperative voice assessments in real-time and help put patients at ease.
While diagnosing iSGS can be challenging, treatments for the condition have advanced in recent years.
Audiologists in the Section of Allied Hearing, Speech and Balance at Cleveland Clinic’s Head & Neck Institute are active in promoting hearing loss prevention to the public on a national and local level.
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As people age, voice changes are common. The Cleveland Clinic Head & Neck Institute looked at outcomes of elderly patients who had medialization laryngoplasty for vocal fold paralysis and glottis insufficiency.
Two brief case reports on the use of temporary anchorage devices (TADs) to treat the malocclusions show it’s a promising option for patients reluctant to undergo orthognathic surgery.