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Dr. John S. Oghalai M.D., Ear-Nose and Throat Doctor (ENT)

Dr. John S. Oghalai M.D.

Ear-Nose and Throat Doctor (ENT) | Otology & Neurotology

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6501 Fannin St Suite Na 102 Houston TX, 77030
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About

Dr. John Oghalai is an ear, nose and throat (ENT) doctor, also known as an otolaryngologist, practicing in Houston, TX. Dr. Oghalai specializes in diseases and disorders of the ear, nose and throat as well as other parts of the head and neck. Such structures an ENT may work on include the sinuses, larynx (voice box) and mouth in addition to the ear, nose and throat. There are seven areas of expertise that an ENT might specialize in, and these are: allergies; facial reconstructive surgery; head and neck; laryngology; otology/neurotology; pediatric otolaryngology; and rhinology.

Education and Training

Univ of Wi Med Sch, Madison Wi 1994

Board Certification

OtolaryngologyAmerican Board of OtolaryngologyABOto- Neurotology

Provider Details

MaleEnglish 18 years of experience

Expert Publications

Residency

  • Baylor Coll Of Med, Otolaryngology; Baylor Coll Of Med, General Surgery  
  • Baylor College Of Med  

Publications

  • Hearing researchAuditory cortex activation to tural speech2014
  • AssessmentNonverbal cognitive development in children with cochlear implants2014
  • PLOS ONEMechanisms of Hearing Loss after Blast Injury to the Ear2013
  • LARYNGOSCOPECochlear implant electrode misplacement: Incidence, evaluation, and magement2013
  • PLOS ONEAn Allelic Series of Mice Reveals a Role2013
  • BIOMEDICAL OPTICS EXPRESSIn vivo vibrometry inside the apex of the mouse cochlea using spectral domain optical coherence2013
  • Current otorhinolaryngology reportsCochlear implant considerations in children with additiol disabilities.2013
  • OTOLOGY & NEUROTOLOGYCognitive Outcomes and Familial Stress After Cochlear Implantation2012
  • OTOLARYNGOLOGY-HEAD AND NECK SURGERYIs It Valid to Calculate the 3-Kilohertz Threshold by Averaging 2 and 4 Kilohertz?2012
  • JARO-JOURL OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR RESEARCH IN OTOLARYNGOLOGYHead Bobber: An Insertiol Mutation Causes Inner Ear Defects, Hyperactive Circling, and Deafness2012
  • PROCEEDINGS OF THE TIOL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMWnt sigling induces proliferation of sensory precursors in the posttal mouse cochlea2012
  • LARYNGOSCOPEAre mastoid pressure dressings necessary after otologic surgery to prevent postoperative hematomas?2012
  • PHOTONIC THERAPEUTICS AND DIAGNOSTICS VIII, PTS 1 AND 2Methodology for Assessment of Structural Vibrations by Spectral Domain Optical Coherence Tomography2012
  • OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY AND COHERENCE DOMAIN OPTICAL METHODS IN BMeasuring the vibratiol response of the mouse ear using coherently interleaved optical coherence2012
  • OPTICS LETTERSImaging high-frequency periodic motion in the mouse ear with coherently interleaved optical2011
  • JARO-JOURL OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR RESEARCH IN OTOLARYNGOLOGYBiophysical Mechanisms Underlying Outer Hair Cell Loss Associated with a Shortened Tectorial2011
  • PLOS ONEThe Developmental Trajectory of Brain-Scalp Distance from Birth through Childhood2011
  • OPTICS EXPRESSQuantitative imaging of cochlear soft tissues in wild-type2011
  • INTERTIOL JOURL OF PEDIATRIC OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGYMiddle ear volume as an adjunct measure in congenital aural atresia2011
  • BIOPHYSICAL JOURLStructural and Mechanical Alysis of Tectorial Membrane Tecta Mutants2011
  • OTOLOGY & NEUROTOLOGYComprehensive Diagnostic Battery for Evaluating Sensorineural Hearing Loss in Children2011
  • WHAT FIRE IS IN MINE EARS: PROGRESS IN AUDITORY BIOMECHANICSStimulus Frequency Otoacoustic Emissions in Wild-Type and TECTA Mice2011
  • LARYNGOSCOPECan Radiologic Imaging Replace Second-Look Procedures for Cholesteatoma?2011
  • Advances in oto-rhino-laryngologyTowards an etiologic diagnosis: assessing the patient with hearing loss.2011
  • WHAT FIRE IS IN MINE EARS: PROGRESS IN AUDITORY BIOMECHANICSThree-Dimensiol Imaging of the Mouse Organ of Corti Cytoarchitecture for Mechanical Modeling2011
  • OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY AND COHERENCE DOMAIN OPTICAL METHODS IN BImaging of the intact mouse cochlea by spectral domain optical coherence tomography2011
  • WHAT FIRE IS IN MINE EARS: PROGRESS IN AUDITORY BIOMECHANICSBiophysical Mechanisms Underlying Hearing Loss Associated with a Shortened Tectorial Membrane2011
  • HEARING RESEARCHNeuroimaging with near-infrared spectroscopy demonstrates speech2010
  • LARYNGOSCOPEIn Response to Advanced Pediatric Mastoiditis With and Without Intracranial Complications2010
  • DISEASE MODELS & MECHANISMSDeficient forward transduction2010
  • LARYNGOSCOPECharacteristics of Malfunctioning Channels in Pediatric Cochlear Implants2010
  • JOURL OF BIOMEDICAL OPTICSCalcium imaging of inner ear hair cells within the cochlear epithelium of mice using two2010
  • OTOLOGY & NEUROTOLOGYAuditory Performance After Cochlear Implantation in Late Septuagerians and Octogerians2009
  • JOURL OF NEUROSCIENCEAtoh1-Lineal Neurons Are Required for Hearing2009
  • LARYNGOSCOPEAdvanced Pediatric Mastoiditis With and Without Intracranial Complications2009
  • Cochlear implants intertiolIntra-operative monitoring of cochlear function during cochlear implantation.2009
  • IMAGING, MANIPULATION, AND ALYSIS OF BIOMOLECULES, CELLS, AND TISSUES Imaging living hair cells within the cochlear epithelium of mice using two-photon microscopy2009
  • NEUROCASENeurocognitive functioning of a child with partial trisomy 6 and monosomy 212009
  • CONCEPTS AND CHALLENGES IN THE BIOPHYSICS OF HEARINGMEMBRANE COMPOSITION TUNES THE OUTER HAIR CELL MOTOR2009
  • ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD-FETAL AND NEOTAL EDITIONHearing loss in children with very low birth weight2008
  • Archives of disease in childhood. Fetal and neotal editionHearing loss in children with very low birth weight2008
  • LARYNGOSCOPEPerilymph Osmolality Modulates Cochlear Function2008
  • JARO-JOURL OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR RESEARCH IN OTOLARYNGOLOGYFunctiol prestin transduction of immature outer hair cells from normal and prestin-null mice2008
  • American jourl of medical genetics. Part AInfrequency of two deletion mutations at the DFNB1 locus in patients and controls.2008
  • ARCHIVES OF OTOLARYNGOLOGY-HEAD & NECK SURGERYChronic pachymeningitis and bilateral facial paralysis secondary to rel osteodystrophy2008
  • JOURL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRYTuning of the outer hair cell motor by membrane cholesterol2007
  • OTOLOGY & NEUROTOLOGYHelper-dependent adenovirus-mediated gene transfer into the adult mouse cochlea2007
  • JARO-JOURL OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR RESEARCH IN OTOLARYNGOLOGYAltered traveling wave propagation2007
  • Current opinion in otolaryngology & head and neck surgeryPeripetrosal arachnoid cysts.2007
  • LARYNGOSCOPECognition in children with sensorineural hearing loss: Etiologic considerations2007
  • JOURL OF DEAF STUDIES AND DEAF EDUCATIONIntelligence, parental depression2007
  • SKULL BASE-AN INTERDISCIPLIRY APPROACHSurgical approaches to the hypoglossal cal2007
  • JOURL OF BIOMEDICAL OPTICSLaser-induced collagen remodeling and deposition within the basilar membrane of the mouse cochlea2007
  • OTOLOGY & NEUROTOLOGYInvasive cerebrospil fluid cysts and cephaloceles of the petrous apex2006
  • American jourl of medical genetics. Part AD sequence alysis of GJB2, encoding connexin 262006
  • OTOLOGY & NEUROTOLOGYCircumferential petrosectomy for petrous apicitis and cranial base osteomyelitis2006
  • OTOLOGY & NEUROTOLOGYDyslipidemia and auditory function2006
  • JOURL OF NEURAL ENGINEERINGPhotometric recording of transmembrane potential in outer hair cells2006
  • PROCEEDINGS OF THE TIOL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMTbx1 haploinsufficiency is linked to behavioral disorders in mice and humans2006
  • OTOLARYNGOLOGY-HEAD AND NECK SURGERYAdult spontaneous CSF otorrhea: Correlation with radiographic empty sella2006
  • OTOLOGY & NEUROTOLOGYFamilial. unilateral cochlear nerve aplasia2006
  • OTOLOGY & NEUROTOLOGYSkull base chondrosarcoma origiting from the petroclival junction2005
  • BMC MEDICAL GENETICSHigh frequency of the IVS2-2A > G D sequence variation in SLC26A52005
  • HEARING RESEARCHPredicting the effect of post-implant cochlear fibrosis on residual hearing2005
  • OTOLOGY & NEUROTOLOGYRepair of iatrogenic temporal lobe encephalocele after cal wall down mastoidectomy2005
  • ORL-JOURL FOR OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY AND ITS RELATED SPECIALTIESMagement of superior cal dehiscence syndrome with extensive skull-base deficiency2005
  • HEARING RESEARCHChlorpromazine inhibits cochlear function in guinea pigs2004
  • Current opinion in otolaryngology & head and neck surgeryThe cochlear amplifier: augmentation of the traveling wave within the inner ear.2004
  • OTOLOGY & NEUROTOLOGYCombition of aberrant interl carotid artery and persistent stapedial artery2004
  • OTOLOGY & NEUROTOLOGYTransjugular craniotomy for the magement of jugular foramen tumors with intracranial extension2004
  • OTOLOGY & NEUROTOLOGYChronic pachymeningitis presenting as asymmetric sensorineural hearing loss2004
  • OTOLARYNGOLOGY-HEAD AND NECK SURGERYThe fate of the tumor remnt after less-than-complete acoustic neuroma resection2004
  • LASERS IN SURGERY AND MEDICINELaser irradiation of the guinea pig basilar membrane2004
  • Neurosurgical focusAtomy of the combined retrolabyrinthine-middle fossa craniotomy.2003
  • OTOLOGY & NEUROTOLOGYIs it worthwhile to attempt hearing preservation in larger acoustic neuromas?2003
  • OTOLOGY & NEUROTOLOGYThe effect of age on acoustic neuroma surgery outcomes2003
  • JAMA-JOURL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATIONAspiration of a dental appliance in a patient with Alzheimer disease2002
  • The Anls of otology, rhinology, and laryngologyLimitations to mobilizing the intrapetrous carotid artery.2002
  • ANLS OF OTOLOGY RHINOLOGY AND LARYNGOLOGYUntitled2002
  • LARYNGOSCOPERisk-benefit alysis of using the middle fossa approach for acoustic neuromas with > 10 mm2002
  • Oghalai, J. S., Chen, L., Brenn, M. L., Tonini, R., Manolidis, S.Neotal hearing loss in the indigent2002
  • HUMAN PATHOLOGYSubcutaneous nodular amyloidosis: A case report and review of the literature2001
  • OTOLARYNGOLOGY-HEAD AND NECK SURGERYUnrecognized benign paroxysmal positiol vertigo in elderly patients2000
  • SCIENCEVoltage- and tension-dependent lipid mobility in the outer hair cell plasma membrane2000
  • ANLS OF OTOLOGY RHINOLOGY AND LARYNGOLOGYHarvesting human hair cells2000
  • CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE EARStructural basis of outer hair cell motility or where's the motor?2000
  • PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERTIOL SYMPOSIUM ON RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN AUDITVoltage- and drug-dependent outer hair cell plasma membrane fluidity2000
  • HEARING RESEARCHTransverse and lateral mobility in outer hair cell lateral wall membranes1999
  • OTOLARYNGOLOGY-HEAD AND NECK SURGERYAggressive cervical lymphoma presenting as airway obstruction1999
  • JOURL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGYIonic currents and electromotility in inner ear hair cells from humans1998
  • JOURL OF NEUROSCIENCEFluorescence-imaged microdeformation of the outer hair cell lateral wall1998
  • CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRYLack of mutations in the biotin-binding region of the pyruvate carboxylase1997
  • ARCHIVES OF OTOLARYNGOLOGY-HEAD & NECK SURGERYImaging quiz case 2 - Soft tissue fibrosis1996
  • JOURL OF NEUROSCIENCE METHODSA NEURAL-NETWORK-BASED SPIKE DISCRIMITOR1994

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