HeadWay - HeadWay Spring 2012
HeadWay Spring 2012
For their patient’s massive tumor in a sensitive location, Jeremy Richmon (standing) and John Carey had to develop a unique approach to avoid serious functional deficits.
photo by Keith Weller
Articles in this Issue
A patient with a large paraganglioma makes great strides in recovery after surgery at Hopkins.
For children with special needs, including those with Down syndrome or short-stature skeletal dysplasia, medical issues may extend far beyond obvious ones.
The mouth harp may provide a low-tech but viable way for patients with total laryngectomies to speak again.
Head and Neck
A patient whose ameloblastoma necessitated removal of half her jaw has only small scars to show for it.
A Hopkins' expert in transnasal surgeries shares duties with ophthalmologists when cases involve both the eye and the nose.