Otology & Rhinology

Otology & Rhinology

New Surgical Devices: How Much You Trust?

Advancements in science and technology have changed rapidly the surgery methods with many advanced devises being used on daily basis by medical practitioner such as sleep surgery and the devices which are associated with it; endoscopic surgery Read more…

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Posted by Joshi - 29/11/2012 at 06:01

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Stem Cells to Make Deaf Listen

Recent advancements in stem cell therapy have proposed a cell replacement model which can serve for the inner ear regeneration with the identification and characterization of donor cell and cell integration functionality and integration working Read more…

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Posted by Joshi - 19/11/2012 at 05:27

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Robo-Docs

The advent of advancement in technology has made the paradigm shift noticed in the field of medical sciences such as the increase in automated techniques which nearly replaced their predecessors or are likely to replace the existing technique. Read more…

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Posted by Joshi - 12/11/2012 at 08:08

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New Insights in Surgery for Head and Neck Oncology

In many patients, who are in the advanced stages of squamous cancer of the head and neck, a combination of chemotherapy with irradiation therapy has shown to be very effective. However, studies show that chemoradiation is reported to be severe Read more…

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Posted by Joshi - 08/11/2012 at 07:26

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Head & Neck Oncology – Role of Surgery

Historically, surgery has been a mainstay of therapy for patients with advanced squamous cancer of the head and neck. It was recognized that combining chemotherapy with irradiation therapy is effective in controlling cancer in some patients with advanced disease. Read more…

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Posted by Lisa - 10/08/2012 at 02:10

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