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April 26, 2021 Volume 14, Issue 4

Right Tympanoplasty for a Nonhealing Perforation Restores Laurie Killam’s Hearing

Laurie Killam was left with a tiny hole in her right eardrum after an ENT injected dexamethasone as a treatment...

Removal and Reconstruction of an Oral Cavity Cancer During COVID-19 Lockdown

Flor Rodriguez of Kingsville, Texas, is among the many patients who have benefited from the expertise of head and neck...

Three UTHealth Pediatric ENTs Named Among Top Doctors by Houstonia Magazine

Pediatric otolaryngologists Soham Roy, MD, Sancak Yuksel, MD, and Zi Yang Jiang, MD, have been named by their peers as...

Memorial Hermann Launches Cancer ACO

As one of the largest not-for-profit health systems in Texas, Memorial Hermann has a nationally acclaimed Accountable Care Organization (ACO),...



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