Allison Ogden

Professor of Otolaryngology, Vice Chairman for Clinical Operations Dept of Otolaryngology

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    19992020

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    My clinical and research interests are primarily in the area of salivary gland dysfunction and the associated treatments. I am interested in mechanisms to provide symptom improvement and/or resolution to patients with sequelae of salivary gland injury.

    Areas of Clinical Interest

    Ear, nose and throat problems for adults and children; head and neck surgery; general otolaryngology including sinus disease, deviated septum, chronic nose bleeds (epistaxis), chronic sinusitis, nasal polyps, allergic rhinitis, salivary gland disorders, obstructive sleep apnea, thyroid cancer, thyroid disorder, hearing loss, voice disorder, neck mass, eardrum perforations, draining ears, and Eustachian tube dysfunction; salivary gland obstruction, inflammatory disease of salivary glands, minimally invasive surgery for salivary obstruction, sialendoscopy.

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