Qualified from Leicester Medical School in 2008, having intercalated at the University of Bristol. He completed foundation training in Carlisle and core surgical training in Greater Manchester. He is a higher surgical trainee in Otolaryngology in the East Scotland deanery. His interests include critical care and patient recovery after surgery.


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Reconstruction of the Head and Neck - a defect-orientated approach

Head and neck reconstruction following removal of oncological disease or trauma is the most varied and challenging surgery performed in the world. Techniques range from rotational flaps to free tissue transfer and microvascular anastomosis. All are covered in this textbook....

Correcting lower lateral cartilage absence

Congenital absence of the lower lateral nasal cartilage is rare. The authors discuss correcting the absence using an open approach technique to harvest septal cartilage. This is then fashioned into a shield graft and a supporting strut graft to define...

Reconstruction after maxillectomy

Maxillectomy for tumours of the paranasal sinuses creates large, complex defects. Whilst free flaps appear to be the preferred method of reconstruction, the best type is unclear. This article discusses a single unit’s experience using different free flaps for reconstruction....

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