First Advanced Course on Microvascular Reconstruction

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On June 1, the University of Pittsburgh Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery hosted its first advanced course on microvascular reconstruction in head and neck surgery. “This puts us on […]

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Salivary Gland-Sparing Surgery and the Role of Sialendoscopy

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The first slide in the Eye & Ear Foundation’s June 13th webinar, “Salivary Gland-Sparing Surgery and the Role of Sialendoscopy,” featured the cylinder scope. “This long instrument is the most […]

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From Evaluation and Surgery to Life with a Cochlear Implant

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The Eye & Ear Foundation’s May 23 webinar, “From Evaluation and Surgery to Life with a Cochlear Implant,” featured three panelists. A UPMC cochlear implant surgeon, audiologist, and cochlear implant […]

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Making Care Available to All

S+S, Spring 2024, p. 6 Community care has long been a focus point in the Departments of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology. In the past few years, however, both Departments — along […]

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Pittsburgh Hearing Research Center | Tinnitus

S+S, Spring 2024, p. 2 During the Campaign, the Department of Otolaryngology recruited four PhD level scientists who have established labs at the University of Pittsburgh, all studying different areas […]

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Using Multiple Treatment Approaches to Improve Tinnitus

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By Lori Zitelli, Au.D., CH-TM, Managing Audiologist, UPMC Audiology We estimate that approximately 15% of the population of the United States experiences tinnitus, a noise in the ears or head. […]

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