2013 Otolaryngology Grand Rounds
Presented by: David T. Chang, MD, PhD, Arash Shahangian, MD, PhD,
Elizabeth Zambricki, MD, Jennifer Alyono, MD.
Debate 1. Temporalis Sling has superior outcomes compared to the gracilis free flap for facial reanimation / PRO: David Chang, CON: Arash Shahangian
Debate 2. Sentinel lymph node biopsy is necessary for a 35F with 0.9mm melanoma with ulceration of forehead with 1 mitosis/HPF AND an 80M with CAD and EF of 35% with 5mm desmoplastic melanoma of the scalp / PRO: Elizabeth Zambricki, CON: Jennifer Alyono.
Presented by: Jennifer Alyono, Arash Shahangian, Stuart D. Ginn.
Pre-research rotation presentation. Atraumatic chemical cochleostomy / Jennifer Alyono
Resident quality improvement projects. Safe reduction of hospital stay following cervical lymphadenectomy / Arash Shahangian
Development and implementation of a secure, cloud-based system to support care coordination and continuity in the inpatient setting / Stuart D. Ginn.
Presented by: Elizabeth Zambricki, Duncan Meiklejohn.
Reinventing the Tracheostomy / Elizabeth Zambricki
Quality Improvement Project: A Standardized Bedside Surgical Airway Form / Duncan Meiklejohn
Presented by: David T. Chang, JoAnn Czechowicz, Paula Borges, Duncan Meiklejohn.
Debate 1. All children should have a polysomnogram prior to T&A performed for the indication of OSA / PRO: David Chang, CON: JoAnn Czechowich
Debate 2. A 50 year-old man with a T2N1 SCC of the tonsil should be treated with chemotherapy and radiation therapy alone / PRO: Paula Borges, CON: Duncan Meiklejohn.
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