Replacing damaged vocal cord tissue with implanted new tissue engineered from vocal fold mucosa that is similar biologically and physiologically to that of native human tissue may one day offer a new surgical approach to restoring the voice in people with severe vocal cord damage
Practice Focus » Laryngology
Study shows ultrasonography useful for diagnosis and determining patients who do not need surgery
Study finds voice restoration in total laryngopharyngectomy (TLP) jejunal and TLP radial forearm flap patients was equivalent, but inferior
to standard TLP
Despite tonsillectomy being the most common operative procedure performed in the United States, considerable variation exists in management and resource utilization
How frequent are revisits following ambulatory pediatric tonsillectomy/adenotonsillectomy, and what are their characteristics?