HeadWay Winter 2012
Hillary Ganek, Kristin Ceh, Frank Lin and Deborah Bervinchak are all using the LENA device to evaluate how well children with new cochlear implants are learning language.
Articles in this Issue
Caregivers in the Johns Hopkins Listening Center are using a new device to evaluate how well children with cochlear implants are learning language.
A technique developed by a Johns Hopkins head and neck surgeon offers a new way to access the skull base through a window behind the molars, above the jawbone and below the cheekbone.
The new Johns Hopkins Nasal Center offers combined expertise to treat inflammatory, mechanical or cosmetic nasal problems, or any combination of them.
A surgery offered at Johns Hopkins, but largely unavailable elsewhere, can return speech permanently to patients with spasmodic dysphonia.
New research suggests that oxidative stress could play a major role in causing many cases of chronic sinusitis and that antioxidants could potentially treat this condition.