When a patient with sudden unilateral hearing loss and vertigo did not improve with physical therapy, a comprehensive vestibular test helped identify the dysfunction.Read More
A recent case study highlights the importance of oral hygiene in hospital and outpatient settings.
Two cases — both tremendously different in their level of complexity — illustrate the core principles of nasal reconstruction.
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.
A nerve transfer can treat facial paralysis, allow the patient to retain more long-term function and give them more time and flexibility to consider treatment options for the tumor itself.
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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.
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.
Otolaryngologists were puzzled when a young patient with no obvious risk factors presented in clinic with an unusual tongue mass. They discuss the importance of avoiding sampling bias and other lessons learned.
Endoscopic suture technique may further reduce length of stay and adverse treatment effects in endoscopic posterior cricoid split with costal cartilage grafting. Cleveland Clinic otolaryngologist Brandon Hopkins, MD, describes the technique in this case report.
Case report reviews disease progression and successful treatment of a 27 year-old patient who presented with flu-like symptoms, and went on to be diagnosed with NK/T-Cell lymphoma with nasopharyngeal and laryngeal involvement.
A case report of a neck infection, with laryngocutaneous fistula, in a patient nearly two years after medialization laryngoplasty for idiopathic unilateral vocal fold paralysis.