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AHNS-021

LONG-TERM SWALLOWING OUTCOMES AFTER SALVAGE LARYNGECTOMY, A COMPARISON BETWEEN RECONSTRUCTIVE TECHNIQUES.

Reconstructive

Mauricio A Moreno, MD1, Mark K Wax, MD2, Steven B Cannady, MD3, Evan M Graboyes, MD4, Arnaoud F Bewley, MD5, Peter T Dziegielewski, MD6, Sobia F Khaja, MD7, Rodrigo Bayon, MD8, Jesse Ryan, MD9, Samer Al-khudari, MD10, Mark W El-Deiry, MD11, Tamer A Ghanem, MD12, Rusha Patel, MD13, Urjeet A Patel, MD14

1University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, 2Oregon Health&Science University, 3University of Pennsylvania, 4Medical University of South Carolina, 5UC Davis, 6University of Florida, 7University of Minnesota, 8University of Iowa, 9State University of New York System, 10Rush University Medical Cente, 11Emory Health Care, 12Henry Ford Health System, 13West Virginia University, 14Northwestern University


AHNS-022

SPEECH AND SWALLOWING OUTCOMES AFTER LARYNGECTOMY FOR THE DYSFUNCTIONAL LARYNX

Reconstructive

Janice L Farlow, MD, PhD1, Andrew C Birkeland, MD2, Anna Hardenbergh, CCCSLP1, Teresa Lyden, CCCSLP1, J Chad Brenner, PhD1, Andrew G Shuman, MD1, Steven B Chinn, MD1, Chaz L Stucken, MD1, Kelly M Malloy, MD1, Jeffrey S Moyer, MD1, Keith A Casper, MD1, Mark E Prince, MD1, Carol R Bradford, MD1, Gregory T Wolf, MD1, Douglas B Chepeha, MD3, Andrew J Rosko, MD1, Matthew E Spector, MD1

1University of Michigan, 2Stanford University, 3Princess Margaret Cancer Centre


AHNS-023

A PLAN OF THE DAY SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCES OPERATING ROOM TIME FOR HEAD AND NECK FREE FLAP RECONSTRUCTION

Value / Quality

Ahmed Ibrahim, MD1, Kavindu Ndeti1, Amy Westbrook, RN2, Kevin Sykes, MPH, PhD1, Andres Bur, MD1, Yelizaveta Shnayder, MD1, Terance Tsue, MD1, Kiran Kakarala, MD1

1Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, University of Kansas School of Medicine, 2University of Kansas Health System


AHNS-024

POSTOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT OF MICROVASCULAR HEAD AND NECK FREE FLAPS IN A NON-INTENSIVE CARE UNIT SETTING

Value / Quality

Swar Vimawala, BS, Michael C Topf, MD, Tony Richa, MD, Adam Luginbuhl, MD, Joseph M Curry, MD, David M Cognetti, MD, Richard A Goldman, MD

Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA


AHNS-025

PATHOLOGIC RESPONSE TO NEOADJUVANT CHEMOTHERAPY IN HPV POSITIVE OROPHARYNGEAL SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA

Mucosal - HPV Positive

Sarah Khalife1, Marco Mascarella1, Agnihotram V Ramanakumar1, Keith Richardson1, Robert Siegel2, Arjun Joshi2, Reza Taheri2, Andrew Fuson2, Nader Sadeghi1

1McGill University Health Centre, 2George Washington University



AHNS-027

POST-TREATMENT CLINICAL SURVEILLANCE FOR HPV-ASSOCIATED OROPHARYNGEAL CANCER.

Mucosal - HPV Positive

Farzad Masroor, MD1, Nicholas Cheung, BS2, David Corpman, BS3, Diane Carpenter, MPH4, Kevin H Wang, MD1

1Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center, 2University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine, 3University of California San Francisco School of Medicine, 4Kaiser Permanente Northern California Division of Research


AHNS-028

EVOLUTION OF POSTSURGICAL DYSPHAGIA AFTER TORS FOR OROPHARYNGEAL CANCER: A PROSPECTIVE REGISTRY ANALYSIS

Mucosal - HPV Positive

K Hutcheson, PhD, J Zaveri, MPH, J S Lewin, PhD, C Fuller, MD, PhD, B B Gunn, MD, R Ferrarotto, MD, C Yao, MD, N Gross, MD

MD Anderson Cancer Center


AHNS-029

SMOKING HISTORY DOES NOT HAVE PROGNOSTIC SIGNIFICANCE IN HPV POSITIVE OROPHARYNX CANCER PATIENTS TREATED WITH TRANSORAL ROBOTIC SURGERY

Mucosal - HPV Positive

Dylan F Roden, MD, Kealan Hobelmann, Tony Richa, Swar Vimawala, Adam Luginbuhl, Joe Curry, Richard Goldman, David Cognetti

Thomas Jefferson University


AHNS-030

THE RISK AND RATE OF CONTRALATERAL NODAL DISEASE IN SURGICALLY TREATED HPV-RELATED BASE OF TONGUE SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA

Mucosal - HPV Positive

Aisling S Last, BA1, Patrik Pipkorn, MD1, Stephanie Chen, MD1, Zain Rizvi, MD1, Dorina Kallogjeri, MD, MPH1, Joseph Zenga, MD2, Ryan S Jackson, MD1

1Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine, 2Medical College of Wisconsin