Dr. Brian K Reilly MD
Ear-Nose and Throat Doctor (ENT) | Pediatric Otolaryngology111 Michigan Ave Nw Department Of Otolar Washington DC, 20010
Dr. Brian Reilly practices Pediatric Otolaryngology in Washington, DC. Pediatric otolaryngologists are primarily concerned with medical and surgical treatment of ear, nose, and throat diseases in children. Services that Dr. Reilly 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.
Education and Training
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons 2004
- Helicopter-based censusing of domestic dogs in Gauteng Province, South Africa.
- A survey of free-living ixodid ticks on a commercial game farm in the Thabazimbi District, Limpopo Province, South Africa.
- Clinical demodicosis in African buffalo (Syncerus caffer) in the Kruger National Park.
- Correction of delayed enophthalmos using a custom-fashioned silicone sheeting implant.
- Cervicothoracic malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumor.
- Pseudoaneurysm of the superior thyroid artery following revision tracheostomy.
- The role of advanced practice providers in pediatric otolaryngology academic practices.
- Three-dimensional direct laryngoscopy and bronchoscopy: enhanced visualization of the airway.
- A comparison between tick species collected in a controlled and control free area
- Degraded tympanostomy tube in the middle ear.
- Cadaveric feasibility study of da Vinci Si-assisted cochlear implant with augmented visual navigation for otologic surgery.
- Wildlife road traffic accidents: a standardized protocol for counting flattened fauna.
- Pediatric tracheal tumor masked by a history of travel: case report and literature review.
- The delivered promise of prenatal imaging and a challenge to the utility of sildenafil for severe lymphatic malformations.
- Transcervical ultrasonography in the diagnosis of pediatric peritonsillar abscess.
- Pediatric otolaryngology, molecular diagnosis of hereditary hearing loss: next-generation sequencing approach.
- Diminished Smell in a Teenaged Girl. Isolated anosmia.
- Tonsil ultrasound: technical approach and spectrum of pediatric peritonsillar infections.
- Visualization of the Supraglottis in Laryngomalacia With 3-Dimensional Pediatric Endoscopy.
- "Collodion baby": A unique challenge for newborn hearing screening.
- Preventing Complications of Pediatric Tracheostomy Through Standardized Wound Care and Parent Education.
- Delays in Sound Recognition and Imitation in Underinsured Children Receiving Cochlear Implantation.
- Association of Recurrence of Infected Congenital Preauricular Cysts Following Incision and Drainage vs Fine-Needle Aspiration or Antibiotic Treatment: A Retrospective Review of Treatment Options.
- Biocompatibility of "On-command" dissolvable tympanostomy tube in the rat model.
- A 6-year-old presenting with headache and post-auricular pain.
- Pediatric peritonsillar abscess: Outcomes and cost savings from using transcervical ultrasound.
- Utilization of ultrasound for diagnostic evaluation and management of peritonsillar abscesses.
- A Young Man With Proptosis Causing Decreased Visual Acuity.
- Pediatric cochlear implantation: Variation in income, race, payer, and charges
- Resolution of bilateral sensorineural hearing loss following ventriculoperitoneal shunt and literature review.
- "On-command" dissolvable tympanostomy tube in the chinchilla model: A proof of concept.
- Hearing Loss
- Sleep Apnea
- Ear Infection
- Learning Disabilities
- Birth Defects
- Ear Wax
- Obstructive Sleep Apnea (osa)
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