Adenotonsillectomy should be avoided whenever possible in infantile-onset Pompe disease.

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10.1016/j.ymgmr.2020.100574

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Jones, Harrison N, Samuela Fernandes, William B Hannah, Sujay Kansagra, Eileen M Raynor and Priya S Kishnani (2020). Adenotonsillectomy should be avoided whenever possible in infantile-onset Pompe disease. Molecular genetics and metabolism reports, 23. p. 100574. 10.1016/j.ymgmr.2020.100574 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/27299.

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Jones

Harrison N. Jones

Associate Professor of Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences
Kansagra

Sujay Mansukhlal Kansagra

Professor of Pediatrics

Sujay Kansagra, MD is a professor at Duke and the director the Pediatric Neurology Sleep Medicine Program. He is an active clinician and researcher.  He specializes in treating a variety of sleep disorders, including sleep apnea, insomnia, narcolepsy and parasomnias. His prior clinical research involves sleep pathology in rare conditions such as alternating hemiplegia of childhood and infantile Pompe disease. He has also served as the Duke PI on mult-centered pharmacologic trials involving migraine and narcolepsy.  Dr. Kansagra is the author of numerous peer-reviewed research publications and 5 books. He is currently doing research on novel technology that helps with behavioral insomnia of childhood.

Raynor

Eileen Margolies Raynor

Associate Professor of Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences

I am interested in multidisciplinary management of pediatric patients with an emphasis on minimizing anesthesia exposures and coordination of care.  I also focus on communication abilities including pediatric voice disorders working with voice therapists in the Duke Voice Care Center.  I enjoy congenital head and neck surgery as well as airway, endoscopic sinus and otology.  My research interests include collaborative projects with other disciplines and using technology to determine surgical outcomes.


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