Posted 7/15/2016 by Nebraska Medicine
ENT specialist Dr. Christie Barnes explains a newer procedure called sialoendoscopy. Nebraska Medicine is the first hospital to introduce it in the state of Nebraska.
Nebraska Medicine is the first health system in Nebraska to provide new procedure that helps fix salivary glands.
Now, instead of having to undergo surgery for blocked salivary glands, Nebraska Medicine’s Ear Nose and Throat team can use tiny cameras to see into your salivary glands, and remove obstructions keeping them from producing saliva properly. Christie Barnes, MD, explains how the procedure works.
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