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Albert H. Park
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Albert H. Park, MD

Languages spoken: English

Clinical Locations

Primary Children's Hospital

Pediatric Otolaryngology/ENT
Salt Lake City
801-662-1740

Primary Children's Hospital Outpatient Services at Riverton

Riverton
801-662-1740
  • Dr. Park is the chief for Pediatric Otolaryngology at the University of Utah. He oversees the operations for the seven pediatric otolaryngology fellowship trained physicians and has had the privilege to treat children for over fifteen years at Primary Children’s hospital. His scope of practice includes a wide range of pediatric otolaryngology conditions that include cytomegalovirus infections, hearing loss, airway obstruction, congenital neck lesions, and recurrent parotitis to name a few.

    He was born in Baltimore, Maryland and raised in New Jersey. He attended Swarthmore College for his undergraduate studies then moved to St. Louis to obtain his medical degree at the Washington University School of Medicine. He subsequently completed his residency in otolaryngology at Loyola University Medical Center in Chicago and his fellowship in pediatric otolaryngology at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada. He joined the faculty at Loyola University Medical Center in Chicago for seven years. In August 2002, he moved to Salt Lake City to become an Associate Professor at the University of Utah. He is currently a professor and pediatric otolaryngologist (Ear Nose and Throat Specialist) at the University of Utah and at Primary Children’s Hospital.

    He is the principal investigator for an NIH funded multi-institutional clinical trial to determine whether the antiviral drug, valganciclovir can improve hearing outcomes for children with cytomegalovirus (CMV), a very common and understudied cause of childhood hearing loss. In fact, CMV is the most common infectious cause of pediatric sensorineural hearing loss. He also established a CMV working group comprising of pediatric genetics, infectious disease, otolaryngology, audiology, neurology, department of health (EHDI) and ARUP laboratories to streamline clinical and research initiatives in this field.

    These collaborative efforts have resulted in the first clinically validated dry blood spot and saliva PCR assay available to test any child for congenital CMV infection. He also worked with Representative Menlove and others to introduce a bill in the Utah legislature to increase overall awareness about congenital CMV infection and to mandate early CMV testing for newborns who fail their hearing screen. This legislation was passed in July 2013, and Utah became the first state to introduce a hearing targeted screening program for early CMV diagnosis.

    He has served on the Otolaryngology Otology study section for the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS), as a reviewer for NIH and on several program committees for the AAO-HNS, the Triologic Society and American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology (ASPO). He was the chair of the American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology (ASPO) research committee and created the ASPO CMV network to foster pediatric multi-institutional clinical studies. He a board member of the National CMV Foundation, the only national organization established to inform and educate others on specific prevention measures to protect against the risk of CMV. https://healthcare.utah.edu/ent/specialties/pediatric-ent/cytomegalovirus.php

    He has lectured throughout the United States, Europe and, Asia on a wide range of pediatric otolaryngology and hearing related topics. He is the author of over 80 journal articles and book chapters and greatly enjoys teaching undergraduates, medical students, residents and fellows. He has been married for over 20 years, has two great kids and two wonderful dogs. He enjoys swimming and triathlons.

    Board Certification

    American Board of Otolaryngology

    Patient Rating

    4.8 /5
    ( out of 74 reviews )

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    May 16, 2024
    PRIMARY CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER

    Dr Park was amazing! He went through every detail very carefully. He made sure we understood. We left with a plan. He even wrote it out for us! The office called first thing the next morning to get us started. His nurses were delightful and kind. We feel we are in the very best hands.

    April 28, 2024
    PRIMARY CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER

    Dr Park is highly knowledgeable in his specialty. He¿s soft spoken, mild mannered and very gentle with his patients. He has exceeded my expectations in his care of my daughter since she first went to him at age 3 months. Dr Park, you are the best. Thank you.

    March 30, 2024
    PRIMARY CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER

    We appreciated his concern and care for our son. He listened to our concerns and then explained everything we needed to know well. He was very good with our 3 year old.

    March 28, 2024
    PRIMARY CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER

    He is a fantastic doctor and made us feel more comfortable with the planned treatment for our son.

    October 28, 2023
    RIVERTON CLINICS

    I saw him outside of the doctor's office a few days after the appointment and he was very kind to stop and talk to me and my mom for a few minutes to follow-up and make sure I got a surgery scheduled. It was so nice that he cared even outside of a doctor's office. :)

    October 18, 2023
    RIVERTON CLINICS

    We are so grateful our son saw Dr. Park. He not only knew exactly what was wrong with him, he set expectations for us and helped guide us through the process. Our baby has thrived since his surgery and I can¿t recommend him enough to anyone else who is dealing with infant airway issues.

    August 03, 2023
    PRIMARY CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER

    Exelent professional!

    July 23, 2023
    PRIMARY CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER

    Muy bien me explico claramente lo q tenia la nia y el porque todo muy bien

    July 20, 2023
    PRIMARY CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER

    Grateful to have our son treated by Dr. Park. Addressed our concerns and helping find best practice solutions.

  • Dr. Park is the chief for Pediatric Otolaryngology at the University of Utah. He oversees the operations for the seven pediatric otolaryngology fellowship trained physicians and has had the privilege to treat children for over fifteen years at Primary Children’s hospital. His scope of practice includes a wide range of pediatric otolaryngology conditions that include cytomegalovirus infections, hearing loss, airway obstruction, congenital neck lesions, and recurrent parotitis to name a few.

    He was born in Baltimore, Maryland and raised in New Jersey. He attended Swarthmore College for his undergraduate studies then moved to St. Louis to obtain his medical degree at the Washington University School of Medicine. He subsequently completed his residency in otolaryngology at Loyola University Medical Center in Chicago and his fellowship in pediatric otolaryngology at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada. He joined the faculty at Loyola University Medical Center in Chicago for seven years. In August 2002, he moved to Salt Lake City to become an Associate Professor at the University of Utah. He is currently a professor and pediatric otolaryngologist (Ear Nose and Throat Specialist) at the University of Utah and at Primary Children’s Hospital.

    He is the principal investigator for an NIH funded multi-institutional clinical trial to determine whether the antiviral drug, valganciclovir can improve hearing outcomes for children with cytomegalovirus (CMV), a very common and understudied cause of childhood hearing loss. In fact, CMV is the most common infectious cause of pediatric sensorineural hearing loss. He also established a CMV working group comprising of pediatric genetics, infectious disease, otolaryngology, audiology, neurology, department of health (EHDI) and ARUP laboratories to streamline clinical and research initiatives in this field.

    These collaborative efforts have resulted in the first clinically validated dry blood spot and saliva PCR assay available to test any child for congenital CMV infection. He also worked with Representative Menlove and others to introduce a bill in the Utah legislature to increase overall awareness about congenital CMV infection and to mandate early CMV testing for newborns who fail their hearing screen. This legislation was passed in July 2013, and Utah became the first state to introduce a hearing targeted screening program for early CMV diagnosis.

    He has served on the Otolaryngology Otology study section for the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS), as a reviewer for NIH and on several program committees for the AAO-HNS, the Triologic Society and American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology (ASPO). He was the chair of the American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology (ASPO) research committee and created the ASPO CMV network to foster pediatric multi-institutional clinical studies. He a board member of the National CMV Foundation, the only national organization established to inform and educate others on specific prevention measures to protect against the risk of CMV. https://healthcare.utah.edu/ent/specialties/pediatric-ent/cytomegalovirus.php

    He has lectured throughout the United States, Europe and, Asia on a wide range of pediatric otolaryngology and hearing related topics. He is the author of over 80 journal articles and book chapters and greatly enjoys teaching undergraduates, medical students, residents and fellows. He has been married for over 20 years, has two great kids and two wonderful dogs. He enjoys swimming and triathlons.

    Board Certification and Academic Information

    Academic Departments Otolaryngology -Primary
    Pediatrics -Adjunct
    Board Certification
    American Board of Otolaryngology

    Education history

    Fellowship Pediatric Otolaryngology - The Hospital For Sick Children Fellow
    Otolaryngology - Loyola University Medical Center Resident
    Internship General Surgery - Loyola University Medical Center Intern
    Medicine - Washington University M.D.
    Undergraduate Swarthmore College B.A.

    Selected Publications

    Journal Article

    1. Park AH, Orb Q (Feb 2019). Using Anxiolytics in a Pediatric Otolaryngology Clinic to Avoid the Operating Room. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol.
    2. McCrary H, Park AH (Dec 2018). Long-Term Hearing Outcomes of Children with Symptomatic Congenital CMV Treated with Valganciclovir. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol.
    3. DeMille D, Carlston CM, Tam OH, Palumbos JC, Stalker HJ, Mao R, Zori RT, Viskochil DH, Park AH, Carey JC (2018). Three novel GJB2 (connexin 26) variants associated with autosomal dominant syndromic and nonsyndromic hearing loss. Am J Med Genet A, 176(4), 945-950. (Read full article)
    4. Park AH, Shoup AG (2018). Should infants who fail their newborn hearing screen undergo cytomegalovirus testing? Laryngoscope, 128(2), 295-296. (Read full article)
    5. Almishaal AA, Mathur PD, Hillas E, Chen L, Zhang A, Yang J, Wang Y, Yokoyama WM, Firpo MA, Park AH (2017). Natural killer cells attenuate cytomegalovirus-induced hearing loss in mice. PLoS Pathog, 13(8), e1006599. (Read full article)
    6. Mattia Carraro, Ali Almishaal, Elaine Hillas, Matthew Firpo, Albert Park, Robert V Harrison (12/19/2016). Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Infection Causes Degeneration of Cochlear Vasculature and Hearing Loss in a Mouse Model. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol.
    7. Sjogren PP, Gurgel RK, Park AH (2016). Does canal wall down mastoidectomy benefit syndromic children with congenital aural stenosis? Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol, 90, 200-203. (Read full article)
    8. Park AH, White DR, Moss JR, Bear M, LeBel C (2016). Phase 3 Trials of Thermosensitive Ciprofloxacin Gel for Middle Ear Effusion in Children with Tubes.LID - 0194599816645526 [pii]. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. (Read full article)
    9. Mair EA, Park AH, Don D, Koempel J, Bear M, LeBel C (2016). Safety and Efficacy of Intratympanic Ciprofloxacin Otic Suspension in Children With Middle Ear Effusion Undergoing Tympanostomy Tube Placement: Two Randomized Clinical Trials.LID - 10.1001/jamaoto.2016.0001 [doi]. JAMA Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. (Read full article)
    10. Duval M, Meier J, Asfour F, Jackson D, Grimmer JF, Muntz HR, Park AH (2016). Association between follicular tracheitis and gastroesophageal reflux. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol, 82, 8-11. (Read full article)
    11. Carraro M, Park AH, Harrison RV (2016). Partial corrosion casting to assess cochlear vasculature in mouse models of presbycusis and CMV infection. Hear Res, 332, 95-103. (Read full article)
    12. Bergevin A, Zick CD, McVicar SB, Park AH (2015). Cost-benefit analysis of targeted hearing directed early testing for congenital cytomegalovirus infection. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol, 79(12), 2090-3. (Read full article)
    13. Gonzalez CD, Petersen MG, Miller M, Park AH, Wilson KF (2015). Complex nontuberculous mycobacterial cervicofacial lymphadenitis: What is the optimal approach?LID - 10.1002/lary.25603 [doi]. Laryngoscope. (Read full article)
    14. Duval M, Tarasidis G, Grimmer JF, Muntz HR, Park AH, Smith M, Asfour F, Meier J (2015). Role of operative airway evaluation in children with recurrent croup: a retrospective cohort study. Clin Otolaryngol, 40(3), 227-33. (Read full article)
    15. Morrison RJ, Hollister SJ, Niedner MF, Mahani MG, Park AH, Mehta DK, Ohye RG, Green GE (2015). Mitigation of tracheobronchomalacia with 3D-printed personalized medical devices in pediatric patients. Sci Transl Med, 7(285), 285ra64. (Read full article)
    16. Givens DJ, Buchmann LO, Park AH (2015). A Novel Surgical Management of Hypopharyngeal Branchial Anomalies. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol, 79(4), 579-83.
    17. Duval M, Grimmer JF, Meier J, Muntz HR, Park AH (2015). The effect of age on pediatric tympanoplasty outcomes: a comparison of preschool and older children. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol, 79(3), 336-41. (Read full article)
    18. Park AH, Tunkel DE, Park E, Barnhart D, Liu E, Lee J, Black R (2014). Management of Complicated Airway Foreign Body Aspiration Using Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO). Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol, 78(12), 2319-21.
    19. Park AH, Duval M, McVicar S, Bale JF, Hohler N, Carey JC (2014). A diagnostic paradigm including cytomegalovirus testing for idiopathic pediatric sensorineural hearing loss. Laryngoscope, 124(11), 2624-9. (Read full article)
    20. Meier JD, Duval M, Wilkes J, Andrews S, Korgenski EK, Park AH, Srivastava R (2014). Surgeon dependent variation in adenotonsillectomy costs in children. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 150(5), 887-92. (Read full article)
    21. Wang Y, Patel R, Ren C, Taggart MG, Firpo MA, Schleiss MR, Park AH (2013). A comparison of different murine models for cytomegalovirus-induced sensorineural hearing loss. Laryngoscope, 123(11), 2801-6. (Read full article)
    22. Park AH, Hoyt D, Britt D, Chase S, Tansavatdi K, Hunter L, McGill L, Sheng X, Skardal A, Prestwich GD (2013). Cross-linked hydrogel and polyester resorbable ventilation tubes in a Chinchilla model. Laryngoscope, 123(4), 1043-8. (Read full article)
    23. Park AH, Mann D, Error ME, Miller M, Firpo MA, Wang Y, Alder SC, Schleiss MR (2013). Comparative analysis of detection methods for congenital cytomegalovirus infection in a Guinea pig model. JAMA Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 139(1), 82-6. (Read full article)
    24. Park AH, Wilson MA, Stevens PT, Harward R, Hohler N (2012). Identification of hearing loss in pediatric patients with Down syndrome. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 146(1), 135-40. (Read full article)
    25. Elsherif AM, Park AH, Alder SC, Smith ME, Muntz HR, Grimmer F (2010). Indicators of a more complicated clinical course for pediatric patients with retropharyngeal abscess. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol, 74(2), 198-201. (Read full article)
    26. Yorgason JG, Park AH, Sturgill N, Grimmer JF, Alder SC (2010). The role of intraoperative auditory brainstem response testing for infants and difficult-to-test children. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 142(1), 36-40. (Read full article)
    27. Park AH, Gifford T, Schleiss MR, Dahlstrom L, Chase S, McGill L, Li W, Alder SC (2010). Development of cytomegalovirus-mediated sensorineural hearing loss in a Guinea pig model. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 136(1), 48-53. (Read full article)
    28. Atkin JS, Grimmer JF, Hedlund G, Park AH (2009). Cochlear abnormalities associated with enlarged vestibular aqueduct anomaly. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol, 73(12), 1682-5. (Read full article)
    29. Smith ME, King JD, Elsherif A, Muntz HR, Park AH, Kouretas PC (2009). Should all newborns who undergo patent ductus arteriosus ligation be examined for vocal fold mobility? Laryngoscope, 119(8), 1606-9. (Read full article)
    30. Grimmer JF, Herway S, Hawkins JA, Park AH, Kouretas PC (01/01/2009). Long-term results of innominate artery reimplantation for tracheal compression. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 135(1), 80-4.
    31. Park AH, Diaz JA (2008). A different approach to orbital blow out fractures: microscope-assisted reconstruction of the orbital floor. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol, 72(5), 707-10. (Read full article)
    32. Nuara MJ, Park AH, Alder SC, Smith ME, Kelly S, Muntz H (2008). Perioral burns after adenotonsillectomy: a potentially serious complication. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 134(1), 10-5. (Read full article)
    33. Gifford T, Park AH, Muntz H (01/01/2008). Description of a novel technique to perform neonatal mandibular distraction. Laryngoscope, 118((6)), 1063-1065.
    34. Muntz H, Wilson M, Park A, Smith M, Grimmer JF (01/01/2008). Sleep disordered breathing and obstructive sleep apnea in the cleft population. Laryngoscope, 118(2), 348-53.
    35. Grimmer JF, Hedlund G, Park A (01/01/2008). Steroid treatment of hearing loss in enlarged vestibular aqueduct anomaly. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol, 72(11), 1711-5.
    36. Smith ME, Park AH, Muntz HR, Gray SD (2007). Airway augmentation and maintenance through laryngeal chemodenervation in children with impaired vocal fold mobility. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 133(6), 610-2. (Read full article)
    37. Hewitt KM, Pysher T, Park AH (2007). Management of thyroglossal duct cysts after failed sistrunk procedure. Laryngoscope, 117(4), 756-8.
    38. Park AH, Proctor M, Alder S Muntz H (2007). Subtotal bipolar tonsillectomy does not decrease postoperative pain compared to total monopolar tonsillectomy. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol, 71(8), 2105-10.
    39. Park AH, Hughes CW, Jackson A, Hunter L, McGill L, Simonsen SE, Alder SC, Shu XZ, Prestwich GD (2006). Crosslinked hydrogels for tympanic membrane repair. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 135(6), 877-83. (Read full article)
    40. Park AH, Jackson A, Hunter L, McGill L, Simonsen SE, Alder SC, Shu XZ, Prestwich G (2006). Cross-linked hydrogels for middle ear packing. Otol Neurotol, 27(8), 1170-5. (Read full article)
    41. Park AH, Warner J, Sturgill N, Alder SC (2006). A survey of parental views regarding their child's hearing loss: a pilot study. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 134(5), 794-800. (Read full article)
    42. Park AH, Siddiqi F (2006). An approach to pediatric brow dermoids: an upper eyelid crease incision. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol, 70(2), 349-51. (Read full article)
    43. Park AH, Muntz HR, Smith ME, Afify Z, Pysher T, Pavia A (2005). Pediatric invasive fungal rhinosinusitis in immunocompromised children with cancer. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 133(3), 411-6. (Read full article)
    44. Massey BL, Wen X, Rohr LR, Tresco PA, Dahlstrom L, Park AH (2004). Resorption rate and biocompatibility characteristics of two polyester ventilation tubes in a guinea pig model. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 131(6), 921-5. (Read full article)
    45. Gilbert R, Brockmeyer D, Park AH (2004). A new approach to the reconstruction of extensive congenital midline nasal defects. Laryngoscope, 114(10), 1861-3. (Read full article)
    46. Park AH, Pappas AL, Fluder E, Creech S, Lugo RA, Hotaling A (2004). Effect of perioperative administration of ropivacaine with epinephrine on postoperative pediatric adenotonsillectomy recovery. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 130(4), 459-64. (Read full article)
    47. Pappas AL, Fluder EM, Creech S, Hotaling A, Park A (2003). Postoperative analgesia in children undergoing myringotomy and placement equalization tubes in ambulatory surgery. Anesth Analg, 96(6), 1621-4, table of contents. (Read full article)
    48. Sukhani R, Pappas AL, Lurie J, Hotaling AJ, Park A, Fluder E (2002). Ondansetron and dolasetron provide equivalent postoperative vomiting control after ambulatory tonsillectomy in dexamethasone-pretreated children. Anesth Analg, 95(5), 1230-5, table of contents. (Read full article)
    49. Park AH, Kim H (2002). Intravenous home hydration in pediatric patients following adenotonsillectomy. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol, 66(1), 17-21. (Read full article)
    50. Pandit RT, Park AH (2002). Management of pediatric ranula. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 127(1), 115-8. (Read full article)
    51. Park AH, Papsin BC, Forte V (2001). Laryngotracheal reconstruction with thyroid cartilage grafting. Oper Tech Otolayngol Head Neck Surg, Vol 12(No. 4), 232-234.
    52. Stankiewicz JA, Park AH, Chow JM (2001). Internal carotid artery injury during sinus surgery: A protocol for management. Oper Tech Otolayngol Head Neck Surg, Vol 12(1), 25-27.
    53. Park AH, Kou B, Hotaling A, Azar-Kia B, Leonetti J, Papsin B (2000). Clinical course of pediatric congenital inner ear malformations. Laryngoscope, 110(10 Pt 1), 1715-9. (Read full article)
    54. Cavanaugh K, Park AH (2000). Recurrent laryngeal nerve monitoring during cricotracheal resection. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol, 109(7), 654-7. (Read full article)
    55. de Jong AL, Park AH, Raveh E, Schwartz MR, Forte V (2000). Comparison of thyroid, auricular, and costal cartilage donor sites for laryngotracheal reconstruction in an animal model. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 126(1), 49-53. (Read full article)
    56. Cavanaugh K, Park AH (1999). Postparotidectomy fistula: A different treatment for an old problem. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol, 47(3), 265-268.
    57. Park AH, Lau J, Stankiewicz J, Chow J (1998). The role of functional endoscopic sinus surgery in asthmatic patients. J Otolaryngol, 27(5), 275-80. (Read full article)
    58. de Jong A, Park AH (1998). Lipomas of the head and neck in children. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol, 46(3), 215-219.
    59. Park AH, Batchra N, Rowley A, Hotaling A (1997). Patterns of Kawasaki syndrome presentation. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol, 40(1), 41-50. (Read full article)
    60. Hui Y, Park A, Crysdale WS, Forte V (1997). Ototoxicity from ototopical aminoglycosides. J Otolaryngol, 26(1), 53-6. (Read full article)
    61. Forte V, Friedberg J, Thorner P, Park A (1996). Heterotopic brain tissue involving the oropharynx. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol, 37((3)), 253-60.
    62. Bastian RW, Park AH (1995). Suction drain management of salivary fistulas. Laryngoscope, 105(12 Pt 1), 1337-41. (Read full article)
    63. Park AH, Stankiewicz JA (1993). Wegener's Granulomatosis: The Role of Endoscopic Sinus Surgery. Am J Rhinol, 7, 261-265.

    Review

    1. Duval M, Park AH (2014). Congenital cytomegalovirus: what the otolaryngologist should know. [Review]. Curr Opin Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 22(6), 495-500. (Read full article)
    2. Prestwich GD, Shu XZ, Liu Y, Cai S, Walsh JF, Hughes CW, Ahmad S, Kirker KR, Yu B, Orlandi RR, Park AH, Thibeault SL, Duflo S, Smith ME (2006). Injectable synthetic extracellular matrices for tissue engineering and repair. [Review]. Adv Exp Med Biol, 585, 125-33. (Read full article)
    3. Park AH, Brockenbrough J, Stankiewicz J (2000). Endoscopic versus traditional approaches to choanal atresia. [Review]. Otolaryngol Clin North Am, 33(1), 77-90. (Read full article)
    4. Stankiewicz JA, Newell DJ, Park AH (1993). Complications of Inflammatory Diseases of the Sinuses. [Review]. Otolaryngol Clin North Am, 26(4), 639-55. (Read full article)

    Book Chapter

    1. Dedhia K, Graham E, Park AH (2018). Hearing Loss and Failed Newborn Hearing Screen. In Clinics in Perinatology (45). Elsevier Inc.
    2. Prestwich GD, Shu XZ, Liu Y, Cai S, Walsh JF, Hughes CW, Ahmad S, Kirker KR, Yu B, Orlandi RR, Park AH, Thibeault SL, Duflo (2005). Injectable Synthetic Extracellular matrices for Tissue Engineering and Repair. In Adv Exp Med Biol.
    3. Park AH, Stankiewicz J (1998). Epistaxis. In de Souza C, Stankiewicz J, and Pellitteri, PK (Eds.), Pediatric Otorhinolarynoglogy and Head and Neck Surgery. San Diego: Singular Publishing Group, Inc.
    4. Park AH, Forte V Filler R (1997). Laryngeal Anomalies of the Airway. In Kerem et al (Ed.), Advances in Pediatric Pulmonology. Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine--Pediatric Pulmonology (7, pp. 112-124).

    Case Report

    1. Kimball SJ, Park AH, Rollins MD 2nd, Grimmer JF, Muntz H (2010). A review of esophageal disc battery ingestions and a protocol for management. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 136(9), 866-71. (Read full article)
    2. Park AH, Witt C (2004). An approach toward the management of a pediatric esophageal perforation. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 130(2), 265-7. (Read full article)
    3. Wachter BG, Steinberg MJ, Darrow DH, McGinn JD, Park AH (2003). Odontogenic myxoma of the maxilla: a report of two pediatric cases. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol, 67(4), 389-93. (Read full article)
    4. Collucci N, Park AH, Husain A, Challapalli M (2003). Pathology quiz case 1. Chronic granulomatous disease (CGD). Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 129(2), 253, 255. (Read full article)
    5. McDonnell JF, Ramonas K, Park AH (2002). Pediatric Horner's syndrome due to a cervical thymic rest. J Pediatr Ophthalmol Strabismus, 39(3), 185-6. (Read full article)
    6. Park AH, Fowler SS, Challapalli M (2000). Suspected foreign body aspiration in a child with endobronchial tuberculosis. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol, 53(1), 67-71. (Read full article)
    7. Park AH, Phillips J, Forte V (1999). Aneurysmal bone cyst of the temporal bone. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 120(4), 606-10. (Read full article)
    8. Park AH, MacDonald R, Forte V, Filler R (1998). A novel approach to tracheostomal collapse: the use of an endoluminal Palmaz stent. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol, 46(3), 215-9. (Read full article)
    9. Park AH, Stankiewicz JA, Chow J, Azar-Kia B (1998). A protocol for management of a catastrophic complication of functional endoscopic sinus surgery: internal carotid artery injury. Am J Rhinol, 12(3), 153-8. (Read full article)
    10. Hotaling AJ, Park AH, Chow JM (1994). A case of intractable sneezing: 'a pleasure sent from God?'. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol, 30(1), 63-70. (Read full article)

    Letter

    1. Park AH (2018). In Response to Should Infants Who Fail Their Newborn Hearing Screen Undergo Cytomegalovirus Testing?LID - 10.1002/lary.27088 [doi] [Letter to the editor]. Laryngoscope. (Read full article)

    Abstract

    1. Graham ME, Neal AK, Newberry IC, Firpo MA, Park AH (Jan 2019). Conscious Sedation for Pediatric Peritonsillar Abscess: Comparison of Anesthetic Approaches [Abstract]. Otolaryngology Head Neck Surgery.
    2. Marissa L Diener, PhD, Cathleen D Zick, PhD, Stephanie Browning McVicar, AuD, CCC-A, Jill Boettger, MS, CCC-ASLP, Albert H Park, MD (01/25/2017). Outcomes From a Hearing-Targeted Cytomegalovirus Screening Program [Abstract]. PEDIATRICS, 139(2).