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Planning Free Flap Surgery: Patient Counseling, History-Taking & Imaging
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Free tissue transfer, commonly known as “free flap surgery,” represents a major technical challenge to the head and neck surgeon. Join BackTable ENT as we learn about how one expert plans for these operations.

Julia Casazza • Feb 21, 2024 • 38 hits

Free Flap Surgery in Head and Neck Cancer: Strategies for Success
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A successful free flap surgery in head and neck cancer requires ICU level care and effective collaboration between nursing & surgical teams. Interested in learning more? Keep reading to acquire expert insight with BackTable ENT.

Julia Casazza • Feb 21, 2024 • 39 hits

The Finer Points of Microtia Ear Surgery
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Rib harvesting and construction of the skin pocket are two techniques in microtia ear reconstruction surgery that require precision and skill. Learn more about microtia ear surgery from pediatric otolaryngologist Dr. Mai Thy Truong.

Dana Schmitz • Feb 15, 2024 • 33 hits

Microtia Surgery: From Diagnosis to Reconstruction
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Microtia surgery embodies a remarkable blend of technical innovation and empathetic patient care. Central to this approach is the early, comprehensive engagement with families, ensuring they are fully informed and supported from diagnosis through to surgical planning and follow-up.

Dana Schmitz • Feb 15, 2024 • 35 hits

How to Perform Balloon Sinuplasty in the Office Setting
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With appropriate planning and a few procedural modifications, balloon sinuplasty can successfully float from the OR to the office. Keep reading to learn more about how to perform balloon sinuplasty in the office setting

Julia Casazza • Feb 12, 2024 • 35 hits

Balloon Sinuplasty: A Valuable Tool in the ENT Toolbox
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Balloon sinuplasty offers a minimally invasive, in-office alternative to functional endoscopic sinus surgery in select cases. Join BackTable ENT to learn about the applications of this common procedure.

Julia Casazza • Feb 12, 2024 • 36 hits

Working Up Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma: A Surgeon’s Perspective
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Cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma is one of the most common cancers in the United States. Though rarely deadly, cutaneous “squames” can have devastating cosmetic and functional consequences. Join BackTable ENT to gain a surgeon’s perspective on how to work up this condition.

Julia Casazza • Feb 2, 2024 • 36 hits

Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma Treatment
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Treatment options for cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) include surgery, radiation, and immunotherapy. Join BackTable ENT to learn more about when to consider each option.

Julia Casazza • Feb 2, 2024 • 37 hits

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