• Disease
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  • Nasal Dermoids
  • James H Kelly

    Prominent publications by James H Kelly

    KOL Index score: 4935

    Despite a reduction in preantibiotic mortality rates that exceeded 50%, Ludwig's angina remains a potentially lethal entity primarily because of rapidly progressive airway obstruction. Since the reports of several large series in the 1940's, there have been put sporadic case reports because of widespread use of antibiotics in orodental infection, improved dental care, as well as adherence to strict diagnostic criteria. Since this entity is now uncommon, unnecessary delay in diagnosis and ...

    Also Ranks for: Ludwigs Angina |  clinical presentation |  surgical procedures |  historical review |  7 patients
    KOL Index score: 3086

    A one-stage surgical procedure describing the removal of the necessary nasal bones for complete eradication of nasal dermoids, with subsequent replacement of the intact bones, is discussed herein. This technique has proved to be invaluable in two patients who underwent this procedure. Extensive meticulous dissection often is necessary to extirpate this cystic lesion to prevent its recurrence. Extensive surgery, however, need not result in a notable cosmetic deformity that requires ...

    Also Ranks for: Nasal Dermoids |  extensive surgery |  dermoid cyst |  nose neoplasms |  child preschool
    KOL Index score: 950
    Also Ranks for: Pituitary Tumor |  endoscopic debulking |  endoscopy female
    KOL Index score: 841

    Maintaining nutrition in patients with neurologic disorders can be a difficult task. The best results can be expected with individual treatment plans based on a thorough knowledge of the disease process and carried out by a multidisciplinary team working in concert.

    Also Ranks for: Nutritional Management |  deglutition disorders |  myasthenia gravis |  muscular dystrophies
    KOL Index score: 392

    The foregoing represent only the most frequently used methods of assessing laryngeal disease. Many other methods show promise and are being evaluated in a few centers. Future laryngologists will be more sophisticated in diagnosing laryngeal lesions, including the use of computer analysis of methods in current use. As with all testing, the laryngologist should "tailor" the procedure to the individual patient and choose the diagnostic test that will incur minimal expense, time, discomfort, ...

    Also Ranks for: Humans Laryngeal |  laryngoscopy larynx


    James H Kelly: Influence Statistics

    Sample of concepts for which James H Kelly is among the top experts in the world.
    Concept World rank
    endoscopic debulking #13
    nasal dermoids #32
    lethal entity #55
    humans ludwig #67

    Key People For Nasal Dermoids

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    intracranial extension multiple malformations fetal myelomeningocele
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    intracranial extension multiple malformations sinus patients

    James H Kelly:Expert Impact

    Concepts for whichJames H Kellyhas direct influence:Nasal dermoids,  Gastroesophageal reflux disease,  Reflux disease,  Extracorporeal liver,  Cricopharyngeus muscle,  Pituitary tumor,  Fulminant hepatic failure,  Endoscopic debulking.

    James H Kelly:KOL impact

    Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which James H Kelly has influence:Ludwig angina,  Liver support,  Nasal dermoids,  Deep neck infections,  Transsphenoidal surgery,  Laryngopharyngeal reflux,  Airway management.



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    Department of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions; and Chairman, Department of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery, Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland. | Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Balti