World Class Treatment In Your Hometown

World Class Treatment
In Your Hometown

World Class Treatment
In Your Hometown

Our Primary Location

UTMP Head and Neck Surgery:

UTMP Head and Neck Surgery

1325 Eastmoreland Ave  |  Suite 260
Memphis, TN 38104  |  Directions
Phone: 901-272-6051


Who Practices Here

M. Boyd Gillespie, M.D.

Complex Airway
Sleep Surgery
Salivary Gland Disorders

John Gleysteen, M.D.

Head and Neck Cancer
Microvascular Reconstruction

Sanjeet Rangarajan, M.D.

Sinus Disorders
Skull Base Surgery

Sandra Stinnett, M.D.

Voice Disorders
Complex Airway

Scott Strome, M.D.

Head and Neck Cancer

Christopher Vanison, M.D.

Head and Neck Cancer
Microvascular Reconstruction

Robert Yawn, M.D.

Hearing and Ear Disorders
Skull Base Surgery

Other Locations

UT Otolaryngology East:

Our Germantown Location

7675 Wolf River Circle  |  Suite 202
Germantown, TN 38138  |  Directions
Phone: 901-737-3021

Le Bonheur Outpatient Center:

Main Campus

51 N. Dunlap  |  Ground Floor
Memphis, TN 38105  |  Directions
Phone: 901-448-5885

Who Practices Here:
Bruce MacDonald, M.D.

UT Facial Plastics:

The Langsdon Clinic

7499 Poplar Pike
Germantown, TN  |  Directions
Phone: 901-755-6465

Who Practices Here:
Phillip Langsdon, M.D.

Regional One:

Outpatient Center

880 Madison Avenue
Memphis, TN 38103  |  Directions
Phone: 901-545-6969

Who Practices Here:
John Gleysteen, M.D.
Sanjeet Rangarajan, M.D.
Francisco Vieira, M.D.

World Class Treatment

Brain tumor removal via nostrils leaves patients scar-free

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In November, Michael Beckman underwent brain surgery with Drs. Sanjeet Rangarajan, MD and L. Madison Michael, MD to remove a benign mass near his pituitary gland . His doctors used the endoscopic endonasal approach (EEA), a modern surgical technique used to remove brain tumors through the nose. “The amazing part about everything is how some people don’t believe I had brain surgery,” Beckman said

Read more about skull base surgery at UTHSC or catch the rest of the article at the Daily Memphian.

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Building Cars Good Training for Performing Surgery

“We can track our instrumentation to within one millimeter of their exact location, and it helps us improve both patient safety and efficiency in the operating room.”

-Dr. Sanjeet Rangarajan, UTHSC

Click here to read the full profile in Memphis Medical News.

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Dr. Neal Beckford Named Among Memphis’s Best Doctors

Neal Beckford, M.D. was named to the Memphis Flyer’s list of best Otolaryngologists in Memphis!

Click here to see the full list.

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Dr. Phillip Langsdon Elected President of AAFPRS

The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS) proudly announces that Phillip R. Langsdon, MD, FACS, of Germantown, Tennessee has been installed as President of the organization.

Click here to read the full article.

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Dr. Scott Strome Named Executive Dean of UTHSC College of Medicine

“From an extraordinary pool of exceptionally well-qualified candidates, Dr. Strome was hands down the best of the very best,” Dr. Ken Brown said.

Click here to read the Commercial Appeal‘s feature on Dr. Scott Strome.

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Sialendoscopy: A Breakthrough for Gland Disorders After Cancer Treatment

“After she met with Dr. Marion Boyd Gillespie, a colleague at MUSC who specialized in head and neck surgery and sialendoscopy, she was diagnosed with obstructive salivary gland disease…”

Click here to read the full article on Dr. Gillespie’s cutting edge treatment.

Surgery Offers Relief from Runny Nose

“He gave me my life back.”  -Dena Ammons, UTHSC patient

UTHSC ENTs Perform Robotic Approach to the Pediatric Spine

Robotic SurgeryUTHSC Otolaryngologists John Gleysteen, MD and Sanjeet Rangarajan, MD, M.Eng. recently performed the first known pediatric transoral robotic approach to the cervical spine at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. The surgical team utilized an innovative approach to remove a bony tumor from the C1 vertebrae of a 14-year-old female patient without any facial incisions. Read more

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What’s Wrong If You Have a Shiny Red Nose?

There are a couple of things, at least in humans, that could cause a red nose. The first is something that’s pretty common, called acne rosacea, which is an inflammatory condition of the skin…

-Dr. Sanjeet Rangarajan, UTHSC

Click here to read Dr. Rangarajan’s full answer at Gizmodo.

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