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Texas Children's Hospital - Main Campus
6701 Fannin Street, Mark Wallace Tower, Suite 540
Houston, TX 77030
Texas Children's Specialty Care CyFair
11777 FM 1960 West
Houston, TX 77065
Amy L. Dimachkieh, MD, FAAP
I am interested in general pediatric otolaryngology with a subspecialty focus in tumors of the head and neck, benign and malignant masses, and thyroid disease. My goal is to deliver high quality care through a multidisciplinary team to create healing and supportive inpatient and outpatient experiences for my patients and their families. My research interests are pediatric head and neck tumor biology, pediatric thyroid cancer and outcomes research.
General pediatric otolaryngology Pediatric head and neck surgical oncology Pediatric thyroid cancer
Pediatric head and neck tumor biology Pediatric thyroid cancer Head and neck cancer outcomes research
Dr. Amy Dimachkieh has been recently board certified in Complex Pediatric Otolaryngology, a new board exam in which she was a part of the inaugural class along with 14 other Texas Children's Hospital ENT physicians.
Dempsey F, Chelius D, Pederson W, Maricevich M, Dimachkieh A, Kupferman M, Weiner H, Hollier L, Buchanan E. Pediatric Craniomaxillofacial Oncologic Reconstruction. Clin Plast Surg 2019;46:261-273. PMID: 30851757.
Dimachkieh A, Robbie A, Olson D, Lovell M, Prager J. Tracheal paraganglioma presenting as stridor in a pediatric patient, case report and literature review. Int J Pediatric Otorhinolaryngol 2018;107:145-9. PMID: 29501297.
Cote V, Prager J, Ou H, Kelley P, Dimachkieh A, Pasha R, Golub J. Chapter 10: Pediatric Otolaryngology. In: Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery: Clinical Reference Guide 5th ed. Plural Publishing, in print.
Richter A, Ongkasuwan J, OCampo E. Long-term follow-up of vocal folds movement impairment following neonatal cardiac surgery. International Journal of Pediatric Otolaryngology 2016;83:211-4. PMID 26968079.
Richter A, Mysore K, Schady D, Chandy B. Congenital hairy polyp of the oropharynx presenting as an esophageal mass in a neonate, a case report and literature review. International Journal of Pediatric Otolaryngology 2016;80:26-9. PMID 26746607.
Richter A, Chen D, Ongkasuwan J. Surveillance direct laryngoscopy and bronchoscopy in children with tracheostomies. Laryngoscope 2015;125:2393-7. PMID 25780899.
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