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Medical management of chronic sinusitis – a common, complex and costly disorder – often fails to bring patients relief. So, which treatments have value? Otolaryngologist Anna Butrymowicz, MD, FAAOA, presents an update, delineating diagnostic ...
Otolaryngologist Anna Butrymowicz, MD, discusses the common – and growing – problem of environmental allergies, exploring reasons for the increase and looking at the impact allergies have on overall health and quality of life.
UCSF specialist Chase Heaton, MD, presents a guide to identifying head and neck cancers, including steps, tools and tips for a comprehensive exam; alarm-bell statements from your patients; and the one assumption you want to make about any neck lump.
Dr. Patrick Ha, UCSF’s chief of head and neck surgical oncology, breaks down the neck’s complex anatomy and provides a case-based discussion of common growths – including developmental cysts, salivary gland disorders, thyroid masses and ...
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The UC San Francisco Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery is sponsoring the UCSF Otolaryngology Update 2021, taking place November 11 to 13, 2021.
Approximately 25 percent of people with chronic rhinosinusitis have nasal polyps, a condition associated with significant morbidity and decreased quality of life.
Complete (anosmia) and incomplete (hyposmia) smell sensitivity impairment are widely reported indicators among the many symptoms of COVID-19 infection. Quality of life can be substantially impacted by the loss of taste and smell, with ...
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The UCSF Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery Clinic offers expert care for all diseases of the nose, sinuses, ears and throat. Our surgeons have special expertise in endoscopic sinus surgery, minimally invasive salivary gland surgery, and surgery for snoring and obstructive sleep apnea.
February 18 - 19, 2022
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