Top Doctors 2011: Otolaryngology

Diseases of the ear, nose, sinus, throat and other head and neck systems
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OTOLARYNGOLOGY

Paul Abson, M.D., The Everett Clinic, 3927 Rucker Ave., Everett, 425.339.5441, Providence Regional Medical Center; University of Washington, 1986; nasal and sinus surgery, thyroid and parathyroid surgery

Cynthia Anonsen, M.D., Bellevue Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic, 1135 116th Ave. NE, Suite 500, Bellevue, 425.454.3938, Overlake Hospital Medical Center; University of Minnesota, 1979; head and neck surgery, pediatric otolaryngology, sinus disorders, sleep disorders/apnea

Douglas Backous, M.D., Swedish Neuroscience Institute, 550 17th Ave., Suite 550, 206.320.2800, Swedish Medical Center; University of Washington, 1989; otology and neuro-otology, skull base tumors and surgery

Stephen Bayles, M.D., Virginia Mason Seattle Main Clinic, Lindeman Pavilion, 1201 Terry Ave., 206.223.6374, Virginia Mason Medical Center; Emory University, 1994; head and neck cancer, microvascular surgery, skull base surgery, thyroid and parathyroid surgery

Neal D. Futran, M.D., D.M.D., Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery Center, 1959 NE Pacific St., 206.598.4022, University of Washington Medical Center, Harborview Medical Center; State University of New York, Brooklyn, 1987; head and neck cancer and surgery, head and neck cancer reconstruction, skull base tumors and surgery

Michael G. Glenn, M.D., Virginia Mason Seattle Main Clinic, Lindeman Pavilion, 1201 Terry Ave., 206.223.6374, Virginia Mason Medical Center; University of California, San Francisco, 1981; head and neck surgery, head and neck cancer and surgery, thyroid surgery, parotid surgery

Alice L. Kuntz, M.D., Bellevue Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic, 1135 116th Ave. NE, Suite 500, Bellevue, 425.454.3938, Overlake Hospital Medical Center; University of California, San Francisco, 1993; facial plastic and reconstructive surgery

Wayne F. Larrabee, Jr. M.D., Larrabee Center, 600 Broadway, Suite 280, 206.386.3550, Swedish Medical Center; Tulane University, 1971; facial cosmetic surgery, eyelid surgery, rhinoplasty, nasal surgery

Samson Lee, M.D., Bellevue Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic, 1135 116th Ave. NE, Suite 500, Bellevue, 425.454.3938, Overlake Hospital Medical Center; Duke University, 1999; facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, facial trauma/fractures, cleft palate/lip

Craig Murakami, M.D., Virginia Mason Seattle Main Clinic, Lindeman Pavilion, 1201 Terry Ave., 206.341.0895, Virginia Mason Medical Center; University of Washington, 1983; facelifts, facial plastic surgery, eyelid surgery, rhinoplasty

Christine Puig, M.D., Ear, Nose, Throat, and Plastic Surgery Associates, 310 Sixth St. NE, Auburn, 253.833.6241, Auburn Regional Medical Center; Texas Tech University, 1993; facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, endoscopic sinus surgery, snoring/sleep apnea

Seth Schwartz, M.D., Virginia Mason Seattle Main Clinic, Lindeman Pavilion, 1201 Terry Ave., 206.223.6374, Virginia Mason Medical Center; Yale University, 1998; reconstructive surgery, cochlear implants, chronic ear disease, otology/otolaryngology

Daniel Seely, M.D., Bellevue Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic, 1135 116th Ave. NE, Suite 500, Bellevue, 425.454.3938, Overlake Hospital Medical Center; Baylor College of Medicine, 1987; head and neck surgery, voice disorders, hearing disorders, sleep disorders/apnea

Originally published in July 2011

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