Special Issue "Current Challenges and Opportunities in Oto-Rhino-Laryngological Surgery"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 10 June 2024 | Viewed by 54
Interests: otology; neurotology; facial nerve disorders; laryngology; biological markers of head and neck cancers
Interests: otology; neurotology; vestibology; neuro-vestibology
Interests: otology; cochlear implants; neurotology; hearing loss rehabilitation
Interests: vestibular schwannoma; skull-base surgery; otology; neurotology; salivary gland tumors; temporal bone carcinomas
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In recent decades, the surgical perspectives of oto-rhino-laryngology has dramatically developed, pushing forward the technical limits and the indications of traditional ENT surgery. Along with the refinement of head and neck and otology procedures, the development of skull-base surgery, the spread of endoscopic techniques, and the application of computer-guided surgery paradigm have brought ENT surgeons to face more and more demanding challenges. Regardless of the subspeciality field, one of the most attractive issues in contemporary ENT surgery is the optimization of functional results, which has led the surgical paradigm to shift from the traditional disease-oriented approach to a more modern patient-oriented one.
The aim of this Special Issue is to showcase up-to-date evidence on the contemporary challenges in various fields of oto-rhino-laryngological surgery, focusing in particular on the optimization of functional results.
From this point of view, there is growing interest in identifying variables, new scales and associations between them to better analyze, both subjectively and objectively, the functional results of head and neck surgery.
Original papers from international leading groups, as well as review articles, focused on various surgical topics related to ENT subspecialities are welcome for submission.
Dr. Leonardo Franz
Prof. Dr. Gino Marioni
Prof. Dr. Cosimo De Filippis
Dr. Elisabetta Zanoletti
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