Subject Areas on Research
- American College of Radiology Appropriateness Criteria(®) treatment of stage I T1 glottic cancer.
- Can pretreatment computed tomography findings predict local control in T3 squamous cell carcinoma of the glottic larynx treated with radiotherapy alone?
- Current treatment practices for early laryngeal carcinoma.
- Hemilaryngectomy for glottic carcinoma after radiation therapy failure.
- Isolated subglottic hemangiomas: A potential diagnostic challenge in the absence of a cutaneous clue.
- Pharyngoesophageal reconstruction using free jejunal interposition grafts.
- Pretreatment hemoglobin level influences local control and survival of T1-T2 squamous cell carcinomas of the glottic larynx.
- Primary radiation therapy for early glottic cancer.
- Risk of cerebrovascular events in elderly patients after radiation therapy versus surgery for early-stage glottic cancer.
- Unilateral supraglottic edema after the use of a laryngeal mask airway.
- Unilateral supraglottitis in adults: fact or fiction.
- Value of laryngeal cartilage sclerosis as a predictor of outcome in patients with stage T3 glottic cancer treated with radiation therapy.
- Voice-related quality of life in T1 glottic cancer: irradiation versus endoscopic excision.
Keywords of People
- Cohen, Seth Morris, Associate Professor of Surgery, Surgery, Head and Neck Surgery and Communication Sciences
- Esclamado, Ramon Mitra, Richard Hall Chaney, Sr. Professor of Otolaryngology, Surgery, Head and Neck Surgery and Communication Sciences