Salivary Interactive Case Study: July

Submit your own cases to be reviewed by our Salivary Surgery Experts, Dr. Rohan Walvekar and Dr. Barry Schaitkin. Cases will be selected prior to the session and those selected will be notified. Our experts, joined by guest panelists, will review the case details, provide their perspective, and go over alternative methods to consider when presented with a similar case.

If you feel uncomfortable submitting patient information, you can just bring the information to the session and present it directly to the experts. Here is what you need to have prepared when you join the webinar:
• Short patient history – medical and surgical
• Findings from images or scans – the actual images and scans are helpful too
• Any kind of operative images or videos that can help showcase the problem
• A question to pose to the expert panel

Rohan R. Walvekar, MD
Barry M. Schaitkin, MD

Assistant Professor in Head Neck Surgery
University of Pittsburgh/VA Medical Center

Rohan R. Walvekar, MD, earned his doctoral degree from the University of Mumbai. After graduating in 1998, he completed a residency in Otolaryngology and Head Neck Surgery at the TN Medical College & BYL Nair Charitable Hospital, Mumbai, India, with triple honors. Subsequently, he completed two head neck surgery fellowships, and trained at at the Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai, which is India’s most prestigious cancer institute. After completing an Advanced Head Neck Oncologic Surgery fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh, he became an Assistant Professor in Head Neck Surgery within the Department of Otolaryngology Head Neck Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh/VA Medical Center, prior to joining the LSU Health Sciences Center in July 2008. His clinical interests are head neck surgery and salivary endoscopy. His research interests include evaluating prognostic markers and clinical outcomes of head and neck cancer therapy and treatment of salivary gland disorders.

Professor of Otolaryngology
UPMC Pittsburgh

Dr. Schaitkin specializes in the treatment of inflammatory and neoplastic conditions of the salivary glands. He practices at UPMC in the Department of Otolaryngology and is affiliated with UPMC branches all across the city of Pittsburgh. He completed his medical degree and residency at Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine.

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