Initial Contact A 12-year-old Arkadelphia girl visited the Head and Neck Oncology Clinic at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) in March after being referred by her oral surgeon. Her dentist had referred her to the surgeon after discovering, during a routine exam with X-rays, that she had a large destructive bony lesion […]
Welcome to our new fellows and residents!
After 26 years of marriage, Beverly Holloway still had a lot she wanted to discuss with her husband, Patrick.
But despite him taking the initiative six years earlier to obtain hearing aids, they were both frustrated that the devices were no longer working, despite repeated adjustments.
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) has received a $1.14 million gift from the estate of Thomas McGill for the Department of Otolaryngology in the College of Medicine.
Reed Gardner’s hands-on experiences during the first 10 months of his clinical research fellowship in the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery have not only solidified his career choice but also fueled his enthusiasm.
Claudia Bressie’s tumor was non-cancerous, but it was aggressive and dangerous. Months of consultations at top universities and treatments proved ineffective for the San Francisco woman, until her journey brought her to UAMS.
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as having the best hospital in the state, and its ear, nose and throat (ENT) department was ranked among the top 50 nationwide.
Richter — a professor and pediatric otolaryngology chief at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and Arkansas Children’s Hospital — says his team is one of a few in the U.S. known for work on the group of conditions called vascular anomalies.
Of all forms of facial clefts, the Tessier No. 3 (oro-nasal-ocular clefts) is the rarest and most challenging. In 2018, pediatric otolaryngologist and cleft specialist Larry D. Hartzell, M.D., and a team of surgeons at Arkansas Children’s Hospital/UAMS treated two patients with Tessier No. 3 clefts within months of each other.