American Elm is dying from Dutch Elm Disease. This may explain the concentrate shortage many practices and antigen suppliers are experiencing. To help, there are many other elm species that are more or less resistant to this fungal disease and still…
Today In ENT Allergy: AAOA’s Podcast. Episode 3 –Allergy in Your ENT Practice
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In the third episode of the AAOA’s NEW podcast series Today in ENT Allergy: AAOA’s Podcast, Jennifer Villwock, MD, FAAOA speaks with Gavin Setzen, MD, FAAOA. They are discussing the integral role allergy plays in ENT practice. How and why one might consider adding allergy to her/his ENT practice. Dr. Setzen shares his experience and expertise.
Dr. Gavin Setzen received his medical degree from the University of Witwatersrand Medical School in Johannesburg, South Africa. He was a general surgery resident at North Shore University Hospital, Cornell University Medical College in New York, NY, before completing an Otolaryngology residency at Albany Medical Center in Albany, NY. Dr. Setzen is currently in private practice in Albany, NY. He is the Past President of the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS). Other notable positions include Clinical Associate Professor of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at Albany Medical College and Chief of the Otolaryngology Division at St. Peter’s Hospital in Albany, NY. He is an active member and Fellow of several organizations, including the AAO-HNS, American College of Surgeons (ACS), the American Rhinologic Society, the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy, and the American Head and Neck Society. He has published numerous peer-reviewed articles, book chapters and has delivered scientific lectures and presentations at national and international meetings.
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