Siamak Nasseri

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The endoscopic transnasal approach is an evolving technique for treating lesions in the sella turcica. Since this method was introduced at our institution 4 years ago, the majority of transsphenoidal procedures are performed with it. The records of all patients having endoscopic transnasal hypophysectomy at the Mayo Clinic during the last 4 years were(More)
The increasing use of endonasal techniques and a new 3-dimensional CT-guided imaging system have allowed us to develop a combined, minimally invasive endonasal approach to the pituitary gland. Thus far, more than 30 patients have undergone an endonasal transsphenoidal approach to the sella using a combined endoscopic approach, with additional selective use(More)
Vocal cord medialization through Isshiki type I thyroplasty is part of the standard approach for patients with unilateral vocal cord immobility secondary to recurrent laryngeal nerve paralysis. However, several other modalities have been used to treat the symptomatic "twisted" larynx caused by unilateral superior laryngeal nerve weakness. The Isshiki type(More)
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