Dynamic internal nasal valve collapse is common form of nasal valve collapse that can be difficult to address surgically. There have been many surgical techniques described to stabilize and improve the function of the internal nasal valve. Our presented technique is a simple and reproducible surgical technique that has proved reliable in treatment of dynamic internal nasal valve collapse. This video clearly describes and demonstrates our internal nasal valve stabilization technique.
School: Emory University Hospital
Transoral Awake Potassium Titanyl Phosphate (KTP) Laser Treatment of Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis
This video demonstrates an awake transoral approach for laser ablation of recurrent respiratory papillomatosis. A side-channel flexible laryngoscope is introduced transorally until the laryngeal introitus is visualized and anesthetized. The laryngeal disease is then treated with the KTP laser.