Laryngeal cancer in India Archived

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Dhananjay Kelkar gives an introduction to the healthcare system in India and talks about his treatment of patients with glottic cancer at Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital in Pune, discussing laser cordectomy, radiation therapy, laryngectomy and post-laryngectomy voice production mechanisms. He also presents the advantages of a modular concept of surgical training.

This lecture was filmed at an event called 'JLO Visiting Professor lecture: laryngeal cancer in India and the adult airway' at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Date of lecture: 2 May 2014

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Length: 00:35:34

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Dhananjay Kelkar, Medical Director, Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital.

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Robert Shepherd, Director of the Bionics Institute & Professor of Medical Bionics, University of Melbourne.

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John Watkinson, Consultant ENT and Head & Neck Surgeon, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham.

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David Chadwick, Consultant Endocrine Surgeon, Nottingham.

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Imran Ahmad, Consultant Anaesthetist and Airway Lead, Guy's and St Thomas', London.

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James England, Consultant ENT/Thyroid and Parathyroid Surgeon, Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals Trust.

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Professor Hisham Mehanna, Chair of Head and Neck Surgery and Director of the Institute of Head and Neck Studies at the University of Birmingham.

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Dr Ralph Gilbert, Chair of Otolaryngology, University of Toronto.

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Mr Hesham Saleh, President of the Laryngology and Rhinology Section, Royal Society of Medicine.

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