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Mas Takashima, MD - The Sinus Center at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston , TX
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Initial probiotic sinus irrigation safety study to be presented at the American Rhinologic Society (Sinus Surgeons) Meetings April 27 - 28, 2017, San Diego, California

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Dr. Takashima publishes on a new technique to diagnose the site of anatomical obstruction in sleep apnea patients so that surgery is not the typical "guessing game" on where to operate.

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Dr. Takashima published a chapter in the Otolaryngology (ENT) textbook geared for training future head and neck surgeons

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Dr. Takashima's endoscopic sinus surgery techniques for the frontal sinus discussed with intraoperative photos in this most recent Otolaryngology (ENT) textbook

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Link to the most recent publication of removing brain tumors (pituitary tumors) via the nose.

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Newest update on the traditional treatment of chronic sinus infections. An update on the more holistic treatment of sinus disease with topical irrigations is on its way shortly.

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Dr. Takashima was once again recognized on the Best Doctors in America List once again and was honored at the Micahel E. DeBakey VAMC by Congressman Green.

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Dr. Takashima is an invited guest speaker at the national Charleston Sleep Symposium to discuss innovative ways to treat obstructive sleep apnea

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Dr. Takashima helped lead the Image-Guided Therapy Seminar at the Houston Methodist Hospital Research Symposium
Dates: October 2-3, 2015
Significant advances in the use of imaging for presurgical,
pre-radiation therapy planning, patient
and physician education have led to deficiencies
in the understanding and use of post-processing
DICOM images as well as interactive tools for better
patient outcomes. This program addressed these
deficiencies by discussing the purpose and the
potential of pre-surgical planning and how DICOM
datasets with the correct acquisition techniques can
be utilized for patient education and creating the
optimal surgical approach.
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