A team of surgeons helped give a 9-year-old patient with congenital facial paralysis the ability to smile, in what is believed to be the first instance of the tri-vector reanimation technique being used in a pediatric patient.
A head and neck surgeon discusses how Cleveland Clinic is dramatically decreasing the physical and financial “cost” of free flap surgery.
Otolaryngologists at Cleveland Clinic treat a younger patient who presented in clinic with a tennis ball-sized pleomorphic adenoma. They share details of the complex, 10-hour procedure in a recent case study.
The Center for Facial Reconstruction and Facial Nerve Disorders launches, spanning 15 different medical specialties and creating a central access point for patients undergoing everything from initial major primary and revision reconstructive surgery to scar revision and restoration of normal function.
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Jamie Ku, MD, a head and neck surgical oncologist in Cleveland Clinic’s Head & Neck Institute, is leading a study to manage and standardize pain protocols throughout the perioperative period for head and neck cancer patients.