By using free vascularized fascia lata flaps, surgeons can overcome some of the aesthetic and functional challenges historically associated with nasal reconstruction.Read More
Ear Moldings: A Noninvasive Treatment for Ear Deformities
Ear moldings are a noninvasive option that can correct several types of ear deformities, but early application is key.
Speech Pathologists Conduct Real-Time Voice Assessments in the OR
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.
Expanding the Role of APPs Helps Both Patients and Physicians
By changing the patient access flow, patients are able to see the right provider faster, and surgeons are able to spend more time in the OR and less time in clinic.
Patients with Asymmetrical Hearing, Including Single-Sided Deafness, Can Benefit From Cochlear Implants
Leaders in Cleveland Clinic’s Hearing Implant program discuss how cochlear implants can benefit adult and pediatric patients with asymmetrical hearing.
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Managing Vertigo in Adults and Children: How New Care Paths & Shared Medical Appointments Can Help
The director of Cleveland Clinic’s Vestibular and Balance Disorders program discusses new care paths, including shared medical appointments, for adults and children with vertigo.
Resection Surgery for Advanced Thyroid Cancers
A multidisciplinary approach in preoperative planning and postoperative management is necessary to improve outcomes for patients with more advanced thyroid cancer.
Bilateral Nasoseptal Rescue Flap Approach for Routine Transsphenoidal Surgery
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.
Changing the Way We See Patients
Three nontraditional programs adopted by the Cleveland Clinic Oral and Maxilofacial Surgery Section provide improved access to care by making better use of patients’ time.
Contemporary Management of Laryngeal Dysplasia Starts with High-Tech Imaging
High-definition videostroboscopy, high-speed video and narrow-band imaging deliver excellent anatomic detail of laryngeal dysplasia and provide clinicians with the ability to compare lesions over time
Free Anterolateral Thigh Fascia Lata Flaps: A Game Changer in Nasal Reconstruction
A simpler way of recreating mucosal lining using vascularized fascia lata provides more versatile tissue with negligible harvest-site morbidity in nasal reconstruction, leading to adequate nasal patency with fewer revisions