Johns Hopkins laryngeal surgeon, Simon Best, M.D., presents a case of a patient with advanced laryngeal cancer treated with a supracricoid laryngectomy, thereby preserving voice and swallowing function while sparing a total laryngectomy.

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Simon Best
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Simon Best, MD

Associate Professor of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery

Dr. Best is a fellowship-trained laryngeal surgeon whose clinical interests are focused on voice and airway disorders, including the comprehensive care of professional voice users and performers.

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