Dr. Richard Mark Ray MD
Ear-Nose and Throat Doctor (Pediatric) | Pediatric Otolaryngology2100 W Clinch Ave Suite 410 Knoxville TN, 37916
Dr. Richard Ray practices Pediatric Otolaryngology in Knoxville, TN. Pediatric otolaryngologists are primarily concerned with medical and surgical treatment of ear, nose, and throat diseases in children. Services that Dr. Ray 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
Wake Forest School of Medicine of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center 1997
- The otolaryngologist's role in management of hearing loss in infancy and childhood.
- Neonatal middle ear effusion predicts chronic otitis media with effusion.
- Methamphetamine exposure presenting as caustic ingestions in children.
- Unilateral cleft lip repair by rotation/advancement: potential errors and how to avoid them.
- Vocal cord dysfunction and feeding difficulties after pediatric cardiovascular surgery.
- A neonate with microphthalmia and median clefting of the lower lip and mandible.
- Hearing Loss
- Ear Infection
- Learning Disabilities
- Birth Defects
- Hay Fever (allergic Rhinitis)
- Cleft Palate
- Univ Ca Davis Health System, Otolaryngology; Univ Ca Davis Med Ctr, General Surgery
- University California
- UC Irvine Medical Center
- Arkansas Children's Hospital
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- What Is Acute Sinusitis?
The inflammation of the sinuses and nasal membranes is what is referred to as sinusitis. The sinuses are the openings located in the facial bones that are linked to nasal openings. Mucous membranes that surround the sinuses are the same as those found in the interior of the nose. You probably have...
- Laryngitis: What is Epiglottitis?
Epiglottitis is marked by swollen flesh in the epiglottis. It can be a fatal disease.Epiglottis is located at the bottom of the tongue. Majority of its component is cartilage. It assists in stopping food from getting into the trachea. The epiglottis’ flesh can get inflamed and close your wind...
- 5 Tips on Living with an Ear Infection
Sometimes, the only treatment for an ear infection is to just live with it until it clears out on its own. This is especially true for ear infections caused by viruses. If you or your child is only mildly sick and the right home care reduces the pain and symptoms, then you can choose not to consult...
- Can Sinusitis Cause Vomiting?
Sinusitis is another word for an infection of the sinuses, which are four in number and are positioned at the back of the skull. These air spaces help to carry the skull’s weight. When the sinuses are congested, then infection can occur. There are a few reasons that may cause inflammation of the...
- What is Sinusitis?
The swelling or inflammation of the lining of the sinuses is what is called sinusitis or sinus infection. The sinuses are filled with air if they are healthy but in some cases, they can be blocked and filled with fluid and germs which end up causing infection.Blockage of the sinuses is due to any of...
- What to Expect After a Tonsillectomy
A tonsillectomy is mostly carried out as an outpatient operation, where the patient is allowed to go home on the same day after the surgery. However, a one-day hospital stay is recommended if complications occur after the operation and if the patient has a minor or complex medical...