HeadWay Fall 2010
The thyroid and parathyroid surgery team is performing transaxillary operations that leave no scar on patients’ necks.
Articles in this Issue
Close teamwork between Johns Hopkins thyroid and parathyroid physicians helps them tackle especially difficult procedures.
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
Patients diagnosed with HPV-associated head and neck malignancies do not fit the typical needs of head and neck cancer patients.
Otologist Matthew Stewart specializes in placing osteointegrated hearing devices, which take advantage of sound's ability to travel through the skull.