Dr. James David Sidman MD
Ear-Nose and Throat Doctor (ENT) | Pediatric Otolaryngology910 E 26th St Suite 323 Minneapolis MN, 55404
Dr. James Sidman practices Pediatric Otolaryngology in Minneapolis, MN. Pediatric otolaryngologists are primarily concerned with medical and surgical treatment of ear, nose, and throat diseases in children. Services that Dr. Sidman provides include the diagnosis and treatment of ear, nose, and throat disorders, and head and neck diseases; surgery of the head and neck, including before and after-surgery care; consultation with other doctors when ear, nose, or throat diseases are detected; and assistance in the identification of communication disorders in children.
- Topical ofloxacin versus systemic amoxicillin/clavulanate in purulent otorrhea in children with tympanostomy tubes.
- Distraction osteogenesis of the mandible for airway obstruction in children.
- Osteogenic distraction in the face.
- Tracheal agenesis in newborns.
- Distraction osteogenesis of the mandible.
- Tracheotomy and decannulation rates in a level 3 neonatal intensive care unit: a 12-year study.
- Resolving feeding difficulties with early airway intervention in Pierre Robin Sequence.
- Airway interventions in children with Pierre Robin Sequence.
- Mandibular distraction osteogenesis in the pediatric patient.
- Symptom duration and CT findings in pediatric deep neck infection.
- Complications and satisfaction with pediatric osseointegrated external ear prostheses.
- Hoarseness in children with cleft palate.
- Distraction osteogenesis of the mandible for airway obstruction in children: long-term results.
- Mandibular distraction osteogenesis in infants younger than 3 months.
- Rates and risks of gastrostomy tubes in infants with cleft palate.
- Incidence of operative endoscopy findings in recurrent croup.
- Psychomotor skills training in pediatric airway endoscopy simulation.
- Use of intraoperative laryngeal electromyography to evaluate stridor in children with arthrogryposis.
- A theoretical cause of nasal obstruction in patients with repaired cleft palate.
- Pediatric tracheal and endobronchial tumors: an institutional experience.
- Orbital complications of sickle cell disease.
- Prevalence of positional plagiocephaly in teens born after the "Back to Sleep" campaign.
- The child with a tracheotomy. A review of the surgical options in airway reconstruction.
- Airway management for intubation in newborns with Pierre Robin sequence.
- Pierre Robin Sequence: evaluation, management, indications for surgery, and pitfalls.
- Predicting surgical outcomes in pediatric cervicofacial nontuberculous mycobacterial lymphadenitis.
- Validated assessment tools for pediatric airway endoscopy simulation.
- Resource utilization in primary repair of cleft palate.
- Determining risk factors for early airway intervention in newborns with micrognathia.
- Resource utilization in primary repair of cleft lip.
- Predicting surgical intervention for airway obstruction in micrognathic infants.
- Rib reconstruction of the absent mandibular condyle in children.
- Use of the carbon dioxide laser for tracheobronchial lesions in children.
- Granulocytic sarcoma of pediatric head and neck: an institutional experience.
- Bioluminescent imaging of pneumococcal otitis media in chinchillas.
- The effect of cleft palate repair technique on hearing outcomes in children.
- Does the type of cleft palate contribute to the need for secondary surgery? A national perspective.
- Surgery for pediatric invasive fungal sinonasal disease.
- Outcomes of combined Furlow palatoplasty and sphincter pharyngoplasty for velopharyngeal insufficiency.
- Prenatal consultation with the pediatric otolaryngologist.
- Hearing outcomes in children with cleft palate and referred newborn hearing screen.
- Epidermal growth factor receptor inhibitor therapy for recurrent respiratory papillomatosis.
- Dynamic facial reanimation with orthodromic temporalis tendon transfer in children.
- Tramadol versus codeine/acetaminophen after pediatric tonsillectomy: A prospective, double-blinded, randomized controlled trial.
- Patterns of Pediatric Mandible Fractures in the United States.
- Early Airway Intervention for Craniofacial Anomalies.
- Excision of sublingual gland as treatment for ranulas in pediatric patients.
- Exacerbation of sickle cell disease by obstructive sleep apnea.
- The team approach to cleft and craniofacial disorders--the down side.
- Results of cleft palate repair with the double-reverse Z-plasty performed by residents.
- Triangular flap repair of the unilateral complete cleft lip.
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