A partnership between a skull-base rhinologist and a neurosurgeon has helped advance a technique with favorable outcomes and minimal postoperative morbidity.
Please join our staff as we participate in the following sessions at the Combined Otolaryngology Spring Meetings, May 3-7, 2023.
New research suggests ways to improve patient outcomes and prevent unnecessary ED visits following endoscopic skull base surgery.
Although juvenile angiofibroma isn’t usually life-threatening, Cleveland Clinic’s Director of the Head and Neck Oncology Pediatric Endocrine Center describes a recent case that could have been since the tumor abutted major vessels, nerves and arteries.
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A Cleveland Clinic rhinologist discusses potential treatment methods for one of the most common side-effects of COVID-19.
A new study finds the risk of depression is 2x higher for patients with nonallergic rhinitis compared to those without rhinitis. Physician researchers Christopher Roxbury, MD, and Raj Sindwani, MD, explain the findings.
Higher than expected rate of cancellations within 24 hours of scheduled rhinology or skull base surgeries cause a ripple effect throughout the healthcare system, explain rhinologists Raj Sindwani, MD, and Christopher Roxbury, MD.
Novel exhalation delivery system with fluticasone improves outcomes for patients with nasal polyps compared with placebo.
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.
Earlier intervention in chronic rhinosinusitis may become an effective strategy to improve patient outcomes and quality of life and reduce healthcare resource utilization.