head & neck surgery

This true transformation is a tribute to Dr. Jeffrey Suh’s talent. He transformed sorrowfully sick sinuses into contented clear cavernous chambers. This is a testament to his sagacity and his surgical prowess. Alliteration notwithstanding, I am eternally grateful.
By Sorrowfulsinus • April 1, 2019
Dr. St. John is the rare type of surgeon who possesses both exceptional skill in the operating room and an extraordinary capacity for empathy and kindness beyond it. When we talked, she truly listened, and her entire team treated me with kindness and respect. [...]
By Libby • September 19, 2018
“I had a cholesteatoma, which is a growth in the ear that breaks all your ear stuff,” says Kenneth Sadler, who came to UCLA Health in 1995. “I’ve had five surgeries in the last 21 years and the cholesteatoma’s gone now. I’ve had surgeries to remove the cholesteatoma, but it [...]
By uclahealth • September 17, 2018
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJIcTlETir0   Sharon Haber was shocked when a lump on her face turned out to be cancer. The tumor was large, overwhelming the parotid gland and extending to both sides of the facial nerve. It was essential to remove the growth, but there was a very real possibility [...]
By uclahealth • October 20, 2014
In early December, 2011, I was diagnosed with a rare tumor on my carotid artery. I had lymph node involvement I was told and immediate medical attention was warranted. Before I could digest the news, I was also told that I needed a team of "specialty" Physicians for the best [...]
By Julie58 • February 17, 2013
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=4x_LjcobWcs Imagine if every noise your body made echoed loudly in your brain. For nine months, Karrie Aitken, 46, couldn’t tolerate any sound, including her own voice. Each word vibrated in her head like she was trapped inside a barrel. Munching on chips was deafening. But hearing her heartbeat [...]
By Edna • December 3, 2012