Newly published research shows how using rescue flap operations in patients with osteoradionecrosis is a game-changer due to its extremely high success rate and low associated morbidity.Read More
Two cases — both tremendously different in their level of complexity — illustrate the core principles of nasal reconstruction.
Newly published data from Cleveland Clinic’s 21-year experience treating ATCs provide reasons for optimism in the current era of targeted and immune therapies.
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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Cleveland Clinic’s Audiology Director of the Hearing Implant Program discusses how Hearing loss management has the potential to improve more than just hearing health.
A retrospective study of oral cavity and oropharyngeal cancer patients who underwent salvage surgery investigates which factors are associated with improved survival and functional outcomes.
New guidelines support oncologists in treating recurrent and metastatic head and neck cancers
A new study indicates high patient satisfaction with the Maddern Procedure, but the technique can be technically challenging for surgeons.
A first-of-its-kind human trial is investigating whether intraoperative brief electrical stimulation can improve axonal regeneration in cross-face nerve graft.
Findings from a large retrospective study of patients with Bell’s palsy indicate that better systems and protocols are needed to ensure that patients are getting adequate therapy.