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Selected Publications

Soft Tissue Trauma: Critical Recognition and Timing of Intervention in Emergency Presentations.

Journal Article Otolaryngol Clin North Am · December 2023 The facial trauma surgeon will see a variety of facial injuries. Recognition of emergency cases and proper intervention is and this article aims to highlight those cases and the respective proper interventions. ... Full text Link to item Cite

Prognosis of Acute Low-Tone Hearing Loss Without Vertigo: A Scoping Review.

Journal Article Laryngoscope · October 2023 OBJECTIVE: Despite its relatively high prevalence, our understanding of the natural clinical course of acute low-tone hearing loss (ALHL) without vertigo remains incomplete. The purpose of this study is to summarize the findings of studies that evaluated r ... Full text Link to item Cite

The evolution of facial reanimation techniques.

Journal Article Am J Otolaryngol · 2023 This review article provides an updated discussion on evidence-based practices related to the evaluation and management of facial paralysis. Ultimately, the goals of facial reanimation include obtaining facial symmetry at rest, providing corneal protection ... Full text Open Access Link to item Cite

Functional changes in the neural retina occur in the absence of mitochondrial dysfunction in a rodent model of diabetic retinopathy.

Journal Article Journal of neurochemistry · December 2017 Diabetic retinopathy is a neurovascular diabetes complication resulting in vision loss. A wealth of literature reports retinal molecular changes indicative of neural deficits, inflammation, and vascular leakage with chronic diabetes, but the mechanistic ca ... Full text Open Access Cite

Loss of the antioxidant enzyme CuZnSOD (Sod1) mimics an age-related increase in absolute mitochondrial DNA copy number in the skeletal muscle.

Journal Article Age (Dordrecht, Netherlands) · August 2016 Mitochondria contain multiple copies of the circular mitochondrial genome (mtDNA) that encodes ribosomal RNAs and proteins locally translated for oxidative phosphorylation. Loss of mtDNA integrity, both altered copy number and increased mutations, is impli ... Full text Open Access Cite

Absence of genomic hypomethylation or regulation of cytosine-modifying enzymes with aging in male and female mice.

Journal Article Epigenetics & chromatin · January 2016 BackgroundChanges to the epigenome with aging, and DNA modifications in particular, have been proposed as a central regulator of the aging process, a predictor of mortality, and a contributor to the pathogenesis of age-related diseases. In the cen ... Full text Open Access Cite