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UCLA Laryngology Update 2018: Physiology Defines Treatment

Hoarseness, swallowing problems, and shortness of breath are some of the serious effects contained within the spectrum of laryngeal disorders. Patients suffering from these laryngeal disorders experience losses within their professional and personal lives. The otolaryngologist and the speech language pathologist must work together to form an efficient and effective treatment strategy. Yet this treatment decision tree demands a comprehensive understanding of the underlying physiology mechanisms of normal and pathologic laryngeal states. The UCLA Laryngology Update 2018 will focus on the physiologic basis for many important laryngeal disorders. Uncovering the physiologic causes of these disorders will offer new insights into the correct diagnosis and treatment of voice, swallowing and airway conditions of the larynx. This multidisciplinary course will provide an exciting learning opportunity for experienced or novice otolaryngologists (ENT) and speech language pathologists (SLP) alike.

For more information visit the CME web site.

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