Dr. David Cognetti, co-director of the Jefferson Center for Head and Neck Surgery, talks about the use of 3-D printing in reconstructive jaw surgery.
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For most of us the start of a new school year entails making scheduling adjustments for ourselves and our children. Things as simple as changing bedtimes to accommodate catching the early bus, or getting the annual check up to ensure immunizations are up to date, and making sure student athletes are ready to compete. Teachers more »
Transoral robotic surgery provides Jefferson surgeon David M. Cognetti, MD, with a better view and more instruments to access tough-to-reach-and-see spaces using a minimally invasive approach performed through the mouth.
A small study by South Korean researchers sought to evaluate whether changes to the sense of taste resulting from the fluid draining from the ear after chronic ear infections is related to obesity in children. The researchers tracked 84 children, 42 of whom had so-called otitis media with effusion (COME), the thick fluid behind the more »