Medical Expert - J. Dale Browne, MD, FACS

Area of Expertise: Otolaryngology
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J. Dale Browne, MD, FACS

James A. Harrill Professor and Chairman of Otolaryngology

Listed for several years in "Best Doctors," Dr. Browne recently completed and published an extensive review of arterovenous dural fistulas involving the skull base treated at Wake Forest Baptist. His international collaboration on the transotic approach to the cerebellopontine angle with technique developer Professor Ugo Fisch of Zurich, Switzerland, was recently republished as a classic in acoustic tumor surgery. Active in national education, he was editor-in-chief of the popular Patient of the Month Program for seven years and is currently chairman of the Laryngology and Bronchoesophagology Committee of the Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery.

Keywords

Head and neck surgical oncology, thyroid carcinoma, skull base surgery, head and neck cancer, microvascular reconstruction, free flap, oral cancer, mouth, salivary,

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