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2014 Otolaryngology Grand Rounds

December 11
2014

Managing the Spectrum of Osteoradionecrosis

No SUNet required
Ryan Li, MD
Clinical Instructor, Otolaryngology (Head and Neck Surgery)
Stanford University

November 20
2014

The Epiglottis and Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome

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Carlos Torre-Leon, MD
Clinical Instructor, Otolaryngology (Head and Neck Surgery)
Stanford University

November 13
2014

Electronic Cigarettes: Implications for Our Patients

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Robert K. Jackler, MD
Edward C. and Amy H. Sewall Professor in Otorhinolaryngology and Professor, by courtesy, of Neurosurgery and Surgery, Stanford University

October 9
2014

Standardizing Nasoendoscopic Assessment of Velopharyngeal Function: Coming to Consensus

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Kathleen Sie, MD
Richard and Francine Loeb Endowed Chair in Childhood Communication Research Professor, Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, University of Washington Director, Childhood Communication Center

September 11
2014

Trans oral robotic surgery for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea hypopnea syndrome

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Paul Hoff, MS, MD
Otolaryngology Section Head | Department of Surgery
St. Joseph Mercy Health System, Ann Arbor, Michigan

September 4
2014

Post-Research Presentations

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Three Projects in the Humanities of Medicine
Anaïs Rameau, MD | Resident, Otolaryngology, Stanford School of Medicine

Evaluation of Facial Nerve: Functional Recovery in Crush Injury
Ryan Williams, MD | Resident, Otolaryngology, Stanford School of Medicine

June 5
2014

Endoscopic Surgery for Early Vocal Fold Cancer: Tumor Ablation with Voice Preservation

No SUNet required James Burns, MD, FACS
Associate Professor, Department of Surgery, Harvard Medical School Division of Laryngeal Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital

April 17
2014

Resident Debate

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Resident Debate 1: "There is evidence-based support for the use of antiviral medication, systemic steroids, and/or intratympanic steroids for the treatment of idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing loss."
PRO: Anaïs Rameau, MD vs CON: Ryan Williams, MD
Residents, Otolaryngology, Stanford School of Medicine

Resident Debate 2: "Asymptomatic disease of the frontal sinus should/should not be managed with frontal sinusotomy in the setting of primary FESS."
PRO: JoAnn Czechowicz, MD vs CON: Stuart Ginn, MD
Residents, Otolaryngology, Stanford School of Medicine

April 10
2014

Surgical Simulation in Otolaryngology

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Joseph Lee, MD
Chief Resident, Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery, Stanford School of Medicine

April 3
2014

Interventional Pulmonology for Advanced Thoracic Pathologies

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Arthur Wei Sung, MD
Clinical Associate Professor, Medicine - Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine, Stanford School of Medicine

March 13
2014

Pathways to Medical Device Innovation: Some Reflections On My Thirty-Five Year Experience

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Eric Blom, PhD
Adjunct Professor, Department of Speech and Hearing Science, Indiana University; Speech Pathologist and Inventor, Center for Ear Nose Throat & Allergy

January 23
2014

Therapies in Cystic Fibrosis Directed Toward Basic Defect

No SUNet required

Do-Yeon Cho, MD, MS.
Chief Resident, Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery, Stanford School of Medicine

January 16
2014

GRIN Microendoscopy of the Inner Ear

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Eduardo Corrales, MD
Neurotology & Skull Base Fellow, Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery, Stanford School of Medicine

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