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AHNS001

COMPUTER VISION USING HYPERSPECTRAL IMAGING & MACHINE LEARNING TO CLASSIFY TUMOR, MARGIN, AND SOFT-TISSUES OF THE HEAD AND NECK

Technology and Implementation

Shamik Mascharak1, Alex Hegyi, PhD2, F. Christopher Holsinger, MD1

1Stanford University, 2Electronic Materials and Devices Laboratory, Palo Alto Research Center


AHNS002

EARLY RESULTS OF METHYLATION MARKERS WITH DIGITAL DROPLET PCR FOR THE EARLY DETECTION OF HEAD AND NECK SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA

Technology and Implementation

Jason Chan, Sherwood Fung, Cherrie Ng, Eddy Wong, Avis Shiu, Jacky W Lam, Allen K Chan

The Chinese University of Hong Kong


AHNS003

USE OF TRANSCERVICAL ULTRASOUND FOR IDENTIFICATION OF PRIMARY SITE IN PATIENTS WITH OROPHARYNGEAL CANCER

Pharynx / Larynx Cancer

C. Burton Wood, MD1, Sarah L Rohde, MD1, Robert Sinard, MD1, Kyle Mannion, MD1, Alexander Langerman, MD, SM1, Young J Kim, MD, PhD1, Joseph Aulino, MD, PhD1, Derek K Smith, DDS, PhD1, Arthur Fleischer, MD1, Carole Fakhry, MD, MPH2, James L Netterville, MD1, Krystle L Kuhs, PhD, MPH1

1Vanderbilt University Medical Center, 2Johns Hopkins University


AHNS004

A NOVEL FLEXIBLE ROBOT FOR THE TREATMENT OF OROPHARYNGEAL CARCINOMA IN TRANSORAL ROBOTIC SURGERY

Technology and Implementation

Jason Chan1, Raymon Tsang2, F C Holsinger3, Eddy Wong1

1The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2The University of Hong Kong, 3Stanford University


AHNS005

COMBINING FLUORESCENCE IMAGING WITH TRANSORAL ROBOTIC SURGERY TO IMPROVE HEAD AND NECK CANCER DETECTION

Technology and Implementation

Larissa Sweeny1, Lindsay S Moore1, Andrew Prince1, Jason M. Warram1, Kirk Withrow1, William Carroll1, Eben L. Rosenthal2

1University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2Stanford


AHNS006

USING A FLUORESCENT CONTRAST AGENT TO ASSESS SURGICAL MARGINS IN HEAD AND NECK CANCER RESECTIONS

Technology and Implementation

Rebecca W Gao, MS1, Tarn Teraphongphom, PhD2, Nynke S van den Berg, PhD2, Steven Hong, MD2, Brock Martin, MD3, Michael J Kaplan, MD2, Vasu Divi, MD2, Nicholas Oberhelman, BS2, Robert Ertsey2, Christina S Kong, MD3, A. Dimitrios Colevas, MD4, Eben L Rosenthal, MD2

1Stanford School of Medicine, 2Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, Stanford University, 3Department of Pathology, Stanford University, 4Division of Oncology, Department of Medicine, Stanford University


AHNS007

NATIONAL VARIATIONS IN FIBULA FREE FLAPS AND THE ROLE OF INSTITUTIONAL VOLUME IN COSTS AND SURGICAL COMPLICATION RATES

Quality of Care and Clinical Pathways

Rance J Fujiwara, BS, Elliot Morse, BS, Saral Mehra, MD, MBA

Yale University School of Medicine


AHNS008

CELECOXIB DECREASES ACUTE POSTOPERATIVE OPIOID REQUIREMENTS AFTER HEAD AND NECK RECONSTRUCTION WITH FREE TISSUE TRANSFER: A MATCHED-COHORT STUDY

Quality of Care and Clinical Pathways

Patrick Carpenter, MD, Hilary McCrary, MD, Vanessa Torrecillas, MD, Amanda Kull, MD, Jason P Hunt, MD, Marcus M Monroe, MD, Luke O Buchmann, MD, Richard B Cannon, MD

University of Utah


AHNS009

INFRAHYOID FLAP FOR RECONSTRUCTION OF HEAD AND NECK DEFECTS

Reconstruction and Rehabilitation

Marianne Nakai, MD, Juliana Maria de Almeida Vital, MD, Marcelo Benedito Menezes, PhD, William Kikuchi, MD, Antonio Jose Goncalves, PhD

Irmandade da Santa Casa de Misericórdia de São Paulo


AHNS010

PATTERNS OF LOSS OF VENOUS FLOW IN HEAD AND NECK MICROVASCULAR SURGERY WITH DOUBLE VENOUS ANASTOMOSES

Reconstruction and Rehabilitation

Elliot Morse, BS, Rance Fujiwara, BS, Jacqueline Dibble, APRN, Matthew Pierce, MD, Saral Mehra, MD, MBA

Yale University, Department of Surgery, Division of Otolaryngology