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September 17 Day 3

Catching Sensorineural Hearing Loss Early

When it comes to identifying and treating children with sensorineural hearing loss, it takes a village. Oliver F. Adunka, MD, the lead presenter in yesterday’s session, “Medical Work-Up of Pediatric ... Read More

Treatment Innovations for Chronic Sinusitis

From bench to clinical practice, a panel of doctors tackled the broad efforts from research labs to treatment options for chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) during Monday’s “Innovations in Treatment of ... Read More

Superheroes to Supersystems

Cotton-Fitted Endowed Lecture in Pediatric Otolaryngology 10:00 am, Today New Orleans Theater B Rahul Shah, MD, MBA, Vice President and Chief Quality and Safety Officer at Children’s National ... Read More

Exploring Immune-Mediated Hearing Loss

Howard P. House, MD Memorial Lectureship for Advances in Otology 2:30 pm, Today New Orleans Theater B Effectively distinguishing the biologic and clinical differences of autoimmune inner ear ... Read More

Addressing Age-Related Voice Changes

Turning Back the Clock: Optimizing Treatment of Age-Related Voice Changes 8:45 am, Today Room 386/387 Vocal folds change with age, often resulting in pitch changes, reduced loudness, dysphonia, and ... Read More

Treating Larynx Cancer

Larynx Cancer: Updates for the General Otolaryngologist 8:45 am, Today Room 292 How to treat advanced laryngeal cancers can be controversial, as treatment can be performed using surgical and ... Read More

Simulation Assists with Endoscopic Demonstrations

Endoscopic Management of the Pediatric Airway with Simulation Models 3:45 pm, Today Room 392 Stop by today’s session on endoscopic management of the pediatric airway, and you just might get your ... Read More

Simulation Showcase

The 2019 SIM Tank winners were announced yesterday. Coming in at first place were Bharat Yarlagadda, MD, and Fanny Gabrysz-Forget, MD, for “Validation of a Novel Parotid and Facial Nerve Surgical ... Read More

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