Microvascular facial and reconstructive surgeon Shaun Desai conducted a complex two-stage reconstruction for a war veteran who had experienced a blast injury and 10 subsequent surgeries over a 25 year period.
Sinonasal and skull base surgeon Murugappan Ramanathan discusses a case of a male in his mid-50s who presented unable to breathe out of his left nostril.
Otolaryngologist Carole Fakhry, M.D., discusses the case of a 52-year-old man presenting with a neck and tonsil mass. The patient is doing well after transoral robotic surgery (TORS) and neck dissection were performed, followed by radiation.
John Carey, director of the Johns Hopkins Division of Otology and Neurotology, presents a case of a patient with superior canal dehiscence syndrome whose sound vertigo was completely eliminated with surgery.
Auditory rehabilitation therapist Deborah Bervinchak from the Johns Hopkins Listening Center answers questions about adult and pediatric auditory rehabilitation following cochlear implantation and activation.
Lee Akst, director of the Johns Hopkins Voice Center, answers questions about voice disorders, when it is time to see a voice specialist and what to expect when you do.
Audiologist Steve Bowditch from the Johns Hopkins Listening Center answers questions about the activation process of cochlear implants, what to expect once you have healed from cochlear implant surgery, and the activation and adjustments of the device.
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