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HeadWay - HeadWay Fall 2010

HeadWay Fall 2010

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The thyroid and parathyroid surgery team is performing transaxillary operations that leave no scar on patients’ necks.
COLLABORATIONS LEAD TO INNOVATION
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The thyroid and parathyroid surgery team is performing transaxillary operations that leave no scar on patients’ necks.

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Innovation

  • A Johns Hopkins head and neck surgeon has developed a new way to access skull base tumors by going through the crease of the eyelid.
  • Maxillofacial prosthetic devices can heal patients' emotional and physical scars after ablative cancer surgery.

Head and Neck Cancer

Otology

  • Otologist Matthew Stewart specializes in placing osteointegrated hearing devices, which take advantage of sound's ability to travel through the skull.

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