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Nancy Sculerati is an associate professor at New York University School of Medicine. She contributed a great deal to this project in 2006-7, for which we are very grateful, but she has since left the project.
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Hello. I'm working on CZ to extend medical knowlege outside of medical schools and universities.
I believe that all educated people should understand the basic biology of the human body and know the signs of disease in themselves and their children.
Helping to keep information on these subjects of the highest possible accuracy and the plainest possible language is my goal here.
 
I'm also enjoying myself - writing about my favorite subjects and collaborating with some very nice and bright people.
 
I am a member of the executive of Citizendium.
 
<font size ="1">A note about putting MD after my name- When I set up my user page  (in October of 2006), there were only a few user names established. I made my name "Nancy Sculerati MD" because I figured I'd be writing mostly about medical topics, including "MD" in the name, as both a qualification and a bias in viewpoint - right upfront, seemed informative. Now that time has gone on, and it is ''so'' singular to have a degree as part of the name I've thought about changing it. I have not changed it because it serves a purpose, as intended. Anyway, I thought I'd ignore the general advice 'never explain', and do just that.</font>
 
=Education & Training=
1977 New York University (B.A., Biology (Chemistry)), 1981 New York University School of Medicine (M.D.)
POST GRADUATE CLINICAL MEDICAL TRAINING:
1981-1983 General Surgery - New York University Medical Center (Bellevue Hospital, University Hospital Veteran Administration Medical Center) Program Director: Frank C. Spencer, M.D. 1983-1986 Otolaryngology - New York University Medical Center Program Director: Noel L. Cohen, M.D. 1986-1987 Fellowship in Pediatric Otolaryngology - Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Program Director: Charles D. Bluestone, M.D. 1987-1988 NIH Training Grant Research Fellow Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, Pediatric Otolaryngology, Program Director: Sylvan E. Stool, M.D
 
=Peer Reviewed Academic Publications:=
Liu ES. Bernstein JM. Sculerati N. Wu HC. Fine needle aspiration biopsy of pediatric head and neck masses. [Case Reports. Journal Article] International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology. 60(2):135-40, 2001 Aug 20. UI: 11518591
 
Sculerati N. Analysis of a cohort of children with sensory hearing loss using the SCALE systematic nomenclature. [Journal Article] Laryngoscope. 110(5 Pt 1):787-98, 2000 May. UI: 10807358
 
Sculerati N. Clinical opinion: preoperative sleep studies. [Journal Article] Archives of Otolaryngology -- Head & Neck Surgery. 125(3):357, 1999 Mar. UI: 10190814
 
Sculerati N. Gottlieb MD. Zimbler MS. Chibbaro PD. McCarthy JG. Airway management in children with major craniofacial anomalies. [Journal Article] Laryngoscope. 108(12):1806-12, 1998 Dec. UI: 9851495
 
Sculerati N. Perle MA. Oddoux C. Clayton CM. Ostrer H. X-inactivation and cytogenetic studies in a family with sensorineural hearing loss and Turner syndrome. [Case Reports. Journal Article] Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery. 117(6):S221-5, 1997 Dec. UI: 9419154
 
Sculerati N. Oddoux C. Clayton CM. Lim JW. Oster H. Hearing loss in Turner syndrome. [Journal Article] Laryngoscope. 106(8):992-7, 1996 Aug. UI: 8699915
 
Goldstein NA. Roland JT Jr. Sculerati N. Complications of tympanostomy tubes in an inner city clinic population. [Journal Article] International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology. 34(1-2):87-99, 1996 Jan. UI: 8770676
 
Fishman AJ. Sculerati N. Database for sensorineural hearing loss. [Journal Article] International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology. 35(2):155-63, 1996 Apr. UI: 8735411
 
Goldstein NA. Sculerati N. Walsleben JA. Bhatia N. Friedman DM. Rapoport DM. Clinical diagnosis of pediatric obstructive sleep apnea validated by polysomnography. [Journal Article] Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery. 111(5):611-7, 1994 Nov. UI: 7970800
 
Lebowitz RA. Sculerati N. Lawrence RM. Ambrosino MM. The role of flexible bronchoscopy in children with AIDS: an update of the New York University experience. [Journal Article] International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology. 30(1):51-6, 1994 Jul. UI: 8045694
 
Meyerhoff WL. Cass S. Schwaber MK. Sculerati N. Slattery WH 3rd. Progressive sensorineural hearing loss in children. [Review] [46 refs] [Journal Article. Review] Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery. 110(6):569-79, 1994 Jun. UI: 8208575
 
Goldstein NA. Sculerati N. Compliance with prophylactic antibiotics for otitis media in a New York City clinic. [Journal Article] International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology. 28(2-3):129-40, 1994 Jan. UI: 8157411
 
Madell JR. Sculerati N. Noncongenital hereditary hearing loss in children. Prospective documentation. [Case Reports. Journal Article] Archives of Otolaryngology -- Head & Neck Surgery. 117(3):332-5, 1991 Mar. UI: 1998574
 
Roland JT. Miner ID. Sculerati N. Assessment of families from the deaf community. [Journal Article] Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 630:308-9, 1991. UI: 1952616
 
Sculerati N. Ledesma-Medina J. Finegold DN. Stool SE. Otitis media and hearing loss in Turner syndrome. [Journal Article] Archives of Otolaryngology -- Head & Neck Surgery. 116(6):704-7, 1990 Jun. UI: 2340123
 
Sculerati N. Arriaga M. Otolaryngologic management of posttransplant lymphoproliferative disease in children. [Case Reports. Journal Article] Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology. 99(6 Pt 1):445-50, 1990 Jun. UI: 2350129
 
Sculerati N. Mittal KR. Greco MA. Ambrosino MM. Fibrous histiocytoma of the trachea: management of a rare cause of upper airway obstruction. [Review] [11 refs] [Case Reports. Journal Article. Review] International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology. 19(3):295-301, 1990 Aug. UI: 2170283
 
Sculerati N. Borkowsky W. Pediatric human immunodeficiency virus infection: an otolaryngologist's perspective. [Review] [20 refs] [Journal Article. Review] Journal of Otolaryngology. 19(3):182-8, 1990 Jun. UI: 2192074
 
Sculerati N. Ambrosino MM. Avni-Singer AJ. Horwitz DA. Lawrence RM. Diagnostic flexible bronchoscopy in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-positive children. [Journal Article] International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology. 18(2):119-27, 1989 Dec. UI: 2625388
 
Sculerati N. Bluestone CD. Pathogenesis of cholesteatoma. [Review] [18 refs] [Journal Article. Review] Otolaryngologic Clinics of North America. 22(5):859-68, 1989 Oct. UI: 2694065
 
Sculerati N. Stool SE. A long-term, indwelling stent for maintenance of nasal patency in choanal atresia. [Case Reports. Journal Article] Laryngoscope. 98(6 Pt 1):679-80, 1988 Jun. UI: 3374245
 
Sculerati N. Jacobs JB. Congenital facial hemihypertrophy: report of a case with airway compromise. [Case Reports. Journal Article] Head & Neck Surgery. 8(2):124-8, 1985 Nov-Dec. UI: 4077551
 
Stanley M. Rotrosen J. Sculerati N. Gershon S. Kuhn C. Cohen BM. Atypical antidopaminergic properties of CI-686: a potential antipsychotic agent. [Journal Article] Psychopharmacology. 66(1):23-7, 1979. UI: 44373
 
=Academic Papers Published in Proceedings, Book Chapters:=
 
Simon I Angeli, Nancy Sculerati, and Thomas R Van Der Water, Clinical Genetics in Otolaryngology, in Otolaryngology: Basic Science and Clinical Review, Ph.D. Van De Water, Thomas R. (ED),Thieme Medical Pub, 2005 ISBN/SKU 0865779015
 
Kenneth M. Grundfast, Mary Jo Schuh, and Nancy Sculerati, Cognitive Impairments : Hearing Loss, in Complications in Pediatric Otolaryngology (EDS Gary Josephson, Daniel Wohl), Informa Healthcare (June 9, 2005), ISBN:0824724372
 
Sculeratii N: Management of the Syndromic Child. Chapter 138 in Alpers, Myers, and Eibling (Eds.) Decision Making in Ear, Nose, and Throat Disorders, W.B. Saunders Company, 2001 ISBN: 0721689655
 
Kenna M and Sculerati N: Progressive Sensorineural Hearing Loss in Children: Diagnosis and Management, Advances of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Mosby, 1998 ISBN: 0815198213
 
Sculerati N: Genetic Hearing Loss, Current Opinion in Otolaryngology, 5, 293-297,1997
 
Sculerati N, "Foreign Bodies of the Nose". Chapter 44 in Bluestone, Stool and Kenna (Eds) Pediatric Otolaryngology Third Edition, Volume I, WB Saunders, p 874-879, 1996
 
Hoffman, R., Sculerati, N.: Pediatric Otologic Surgery: Problems and Pragmatic Solutions, Instructional Courses, Ed. Johnson et. al., Mosby-Yearbook, St. Louis, MO. 372-378, 1991
 
Chan KH, Sculerati N, Casselbrant ML, Conwell DN, Bluestone CD. Comparison of Eustachian tube function tests between children with cholesteatoma/retraction pocket and those with chronic otitis media with effusion. In: M. Tos, J.
 
Thomsen and E. Peitersen Eds. Proceedings of the Third International conference on Cholesteatoma and Mastoid Surgery Kugler and Ghedini Publications, Amsterdam: 1989 pp. 485-487
Sculerati N, and Stool SE. : Upper airway obstruction and lymphoproliferative disease in children after liver transplantation. Transplantation Proceedings, 20 (1) Suppl. 1:642-643, 1988

Latest revision as of 23:40, 22 July 2007

Nancy Sculerati is an associate professor at New York University School of Medicine. She contributed a great deal to this project in 2006-7, for which we are very grateful, but she has since left the project.