Omnia Education

The Use of TORS for HPV-Related Oropharynx Cancer

The Use of TORS for HPV-Related Oropharynx Cancer
RestartResume
Oropharyngeal cancer is part of a growing proportion of head and neck malignancies. This has also been associated with the increase in infection of...
  • Overview

    Oropharyngeal cancer is part of a growing proportion of head and neck malignancies. This has also been associated with the increase in infection of the oropharynx by oncogenic strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV). And, transoral robotic surgery, or TORS, has allowed for minimally invasive surgery for HPV-related and non-HPV-related oropharyngeal cancer. To discuss this topic and much more, host Dr. Lee Freedman welcomes Dr. Gregory Weinstein, Professor and Vice Chair and the Director of the Division of Head and Neck Surgery. He is also the Co-Director of The Center for Head and Neck Cancer in The Department of Otorhinolaryngology: Head and Neck Surgery at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.

Facebook Comments

Sign up for the Omnia Education newsletters.
Comprehensive women’s health CME.

Better education for a better you.

* Required
Optional
Register

We’re glad to see you’re enjoying Omnia Education…
but how about a more personalized experience?

Register for free