Selective laryngeal reinnervation, a novel procedure for correcting bilateral vocal fold paralysis (BVFP), is only practiced by approximately 20 surgeons worldwide, including one at UVA Health.
Category: ENT Innovations
UVA Health audiologists developed a novel approach to detect hearing loss in children with developmental delays. No ABR assessment required.
New endoscopic techniques help children with rare airway conditions avoid lengthy, painful recoveries.
A novel neoadjuvant approach can essentially cure a disease that often gives patients a year or less to live.
This study is evaluating efficacy and functional quality of life after transoral robotic surgery for oropharyngeal or supraglottic squamous cell carcinoma.
Researchers are developing a microporous hydrogel to accelerate wound healing and reduce scarring in the larynx after intubation.
Aural atresia can inhibit childhood speech development. UVA is one of the only programs in the world restoring hearing to children through canalplasty, an innovative repair surgery.
UVA Health’s facial reanimation program is one of a handful of programs in the U.S. offering the full spectrum of treatments aimed at giving patients with facial paralysis the ability to create more natural facial expressions.