HeadWay Spring 2010
Articles in this Issue
The Johns Hopkins Voice Clinic cares for people with disorders ranging from vocal cord strain to cancer.
A complex operation removes a toddler's skull-base tumor and reroutes nerves to prevent facial paralysis.
Surgical teams are advancing with smaller incisions in head and neck procedures.
For patients with unrelenting sinusitis, the Johns Hopkins Sinus Center offers tailored treatments that can improve quality of life.
How Johns Hopkins’ outpatient Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery Clinic found ways to trim the wait.
Mary Ann Ayd, managing editor, firstname.lastname@example.org