A Difficult Airways course is offered at the Simulation and Advanced Skills Center at Cleveland Clinic. This year, it was expanded to include other local first- and second-year otolaryngology residents.
Patients with dizziness can have significant activity restrictions and reduced quality of life. Shared appointments are one way to get patients engaged and help them manage the daily challenges.
Surgeons explain how they have modified the rescue flap technique to ensure that both NSF pedicles are preserved using a technique routinely used for standard pituitary surgeries.
Cleveland Clinic’s Head of Surgical Oncology, Brian Burkey, MD, discusses efficiencies in care in the new Taussig Cancer Center.
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Watch surgeons perform the procedure to remove an intraorbital/orbital apex I hemangioma from a patient who was having progressive vision loss due to the mass.
Head & Neck surgeon uses minimal access vascularized fascia lata flap as an alternative to traditional free tissue transfer for palate repair.
A retrospective study looking at how dysphonia affects the U.S. population was led by Michael S. Benninger, MD, Chairman of Cleveland Clinic’s Head & Neck Institute.
Surgeons highlight case study where benign oral and maxillofacial pathology required challenging resective jaw surgery.
Ear tube placement is the most frequently performed surgical procedure in children. Cleveland Clinic otolaryngologists look at post-operative ear drainage treatments.