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2013 Cochrane - Quebec City

2013 Cochrane Scholars Quebec City, Canada Sponsored by Jason L. Acevedo, MD Macario Camacho, MDTitle: Maxillomandibular Advancement vs. Tracheostomy for Morbidly Obese OSA: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis Vikas Mehta, MD Adam Zanation, MD

2012 Cochrane - Auckland

2012 Cochrane Scholars Auckland, New Zealand Sponsored by Lisa Ishii, MDPrimary area of interest is role of multilevel sleep surgery in obstructive sleep apnea.

Cochrane Scholars Program

2015 Cochrane ColloquiumSystematic Review Training October 3-7, 2015Vienna, Austria

2013 G-I-N Conference Scholars

2013 G-I-N Conference Scholars August 2013San Francisco, CA Scott E. Brietzke, MD MPH Richard K. Gurgel, MD Benjamin R. Roman, MD Jennifer Shin, MD, SM

2012 G-I-N Conference Scholars

2012 G-I-N Conference ScholarsDecember 2012New York, NY David O.

Head and Neck Surgery

To become board certified, an otolaryngologist has to complete a rigorous training program.

Plastic Surgery

The American Academy of Otolaryngology--—Head and Neck Surgery, Inc. recognizes that facial plastic surgery is an integral part of the specialty and is a fundamental area of expertise for otolaryngologists—head and neck surgeons.

Sinus Endoscopy

The American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Inc. recognizes that endoscopic evaluation and endoscopic surgery are accepted modalities of diagnosis and treatment for sinonasal disorders. Adopted 3/2/1990 Reviewed 9/16/1995

Treatment for Microtia and Anotia

The American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, Inc. ("AAO-HNS") recognizes microtia and anotia as congential birth defects.

CPT for ENT: Drainage and Irrigation of the Masseteric Spaces

Q: What are appropriate codes to report the drainage and irrigation of the masseteric, submandibular, sublingual, and submental spaces when a single incision is made?

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