These devices are designed to improve sonography, enhance pacemaker function and personalize tinnitus treatment.
Successfully performing the world’s first total laryngeal transplant put Cleveland Clinic otolaryngologists in the spotlight in 1998. Today, Cleveland Clinic’s Head & Neck Institute otolaryngologists maintain their focus on the larynx with a state-of-the-art Voice Center.
An expansive array of disorders can create symptoms of dizziness, and the Dizziness Clinic at SLUCare–The Physicians of Saint Louis University offers a unique combination of diagnostic capabilities, leading-edge technologies and advanced treatments to address those troubling symptoms.
Delivering a boon to the field of bioengineering and signal of hope to parents of children with congenital defects, surgeons at the Children’s Hospital of Illinois have performed the first pediatric transplantation of a stem cell-based, bioengineered trachea.