Otolaryngology

The Division of Otolaryngology is committed to excellence in clinical care, research and resident education in all specialties related to the ear, nose and throat. The division delivers coverage of the full spectrum of medical and surgical problems of the head and neck for adults and children, including thyroid and parathyroid surgery, hearing and balance, tinnitus, skull base surgery, swallowing disorders, respiratory papillomas, facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, salivary gland disorder, head and neck oncology, otology and neurotology, sleep apnea, voice and laryngeal disorders, airway disorders, and diseases of the sinus and nose.

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Cochlear Implants
The Apelian Cochlear Implant Program at Long Island Jewish Medical Center provides specialized services for individuals with severe to profound hearing loss who cannot be helped with conventional hearing aids. Patients often have many questions about the procedure. Here are some basic answers to the most frequently asked.

Otolaryngological Research
Otolaryngological research at the North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System is devoted to advancing basic and clinical biomedical research to benefit not only our patients, but also the general population. Our innovative and expert research team has attracted funding for these projects from sources that include the National Institutes of Health.

Last Update

September 21, 2012
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