|NotablesInstructor of Urology, Jefferson Medical College, recently
presented an educational course for certification in the use of interstitial laser
ablation of the prostate to the Urology Department of Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center
in Camden, NJ.
Department of Neurology, Thomas Jefferson University
Hospital, and Clinical Professor of Neurology, Jefferson Medical College, Thomas Jefferson
University, recently coauthored an article "Laryngeal EMG: Electromyographic
Evaluation of Vocal Fold Disorders," which appeared in the November/December 1998
issue of Journal of Singing. The article summarizes the techniques and procedures
used during a laryngeal EMG, as well as common abnormal findings. The laryngeal EMG can be
a useful diagnostic tool for physicians when evaluating the voice patient and aid in
determining a therapeutic plan of care.
- Steven Mandel, MD, FAADEP,
Operating Room Nurse, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital,
appeared in a production of Scrooge during the holidays along with her two
children. Joy first took up acting as a hobby three years ago. Since then she, has
appeared in six different productions. In Scrooge, Joy played the part of the
"Ghost of Christmas Past" while her daughter Caroline portrayed a pudding seller
and her son Lex helped behind the scenes as assistant stage manager. The play took place
at the Ritz theater in Oaklyn, NJ and celebrated the 10th anniversary of this production
at the theater.