HeadLines Winter 2013
Resident Ryan Li (right) recently accompanied his mentor, Wayne Koch, on a medical mission to Cameroon.
Articles in this Issue
Surgery That Considers the Meaningful
When head and neck surgeon Wayne Koch and resident Ryan Li arrived in Cameroon, they hoped to change the medical landscape.
For patients with potentially cancerous thyroid nodules or overactive parathyroid glands, surgery to remove these glands can be life-changing in a positive way, but also may leave a noticeable neck scar.
By removing diseased bone and replacing it with a prosthesis, Matthew Stewart restored his patient's hearing.
Kofi Boahene's awareness of multi-racial beauty standards helps him achieve more natural plastic surgery results.
When patient Sylvia Rinaldi needed special care, Hopkins head and neck surgeon Nishant Agrawal was able to help.