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2012 Otolaryngology Grand Rounds

Dec
20

Cleft lip and palate surgery

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Melynda Barnes, MD
Resident, Otolaryngology, Stanford School of Medicine

Dec
13

Resident Debates

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“Allergy is a significant etiologic factor in the development of chronic sinusitis with and without nasal polyposis”
PRO: Stuart Ginn, MD- CON: Do-Yeon Cho, MD
Residents, Otolaryngology, Stanford School of Medicine

“Two-stage tympanomastoidectomy is indicated for treating the majority of cholesteatomas”
PRO: Ash Shahangian, MD - CON: Joe Lee, MD
Residents, Otolaryngology, Stanford School of Medicine

Nov
15

Progress Towards Understanding the Etiology of Otosclerosis and Implications for Future Treatment

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Michael J. McKenna, M.D.
Harvard Medical School

Sep
13

Pediatric Facial Trauma

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Tianjie Shen, MD
Chief Resident, Otolaryngology, Stanford School of Medicine

Jun
14

Management Strategies for HPV-associated Oropharyngeal Squamous Cell Carcinomas

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Harry Quon, MD
Associate Professor, Radiation Oncology/ Otolaryngology -Head & Neck Surgery, Johns Hopkins Medical Center

May
31

UPPP Outcomes - A Model for Outcomes Research

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Edward Malcolm Weaver, MD
Associate Professor of Otolaryngology, Chief of Sleep Surgery, University of Washington

Apr
12

Congenital Aural Atresia

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Garani S. Nadaraja, MD
Chief Resident, Department of Otolaryngology, Stanford School of Medicine

Apr
06

Management of Failed Extubation in Children

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C. Martin Bailey, BSc., FRCS, FRCSEd
Consultant Paediatric Otolaryngologist, The Portland Hospital for Women & Children and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London, United Kingdom

Mar
08

Drug Induced Sleep Endoscope Literature Review

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Jennifer Hsia, MD
Instructor, Stanford School of Medicine

Jan
05

Oncolytic Virotherapy and Angiogenesis Inhibitors for Skull Base Tumors

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James Tysome, MD
Clinical Instructor, Otolaryngology, Stanford School of Medicine