925 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
- Primary Area of Practice
- Specialty/Area of Focus
- Head and Neck Surgery
- Medical School
- Graduated from University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine in 2002
- David M. Cognetti, MD, board-certified ENT, is the Co-Director of the Jefferson Center for Head and Neck Surgery and an assistant professor of the prestigious Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Cognetti specializes in head and neck cancers, thyroid and parathyroid surgery, and general general otolaryngology head and neck surgery.
Dr. Cognetti is board-certified in Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery. He completed a fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and his residence at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. He is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh Medical School.
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- Hospital Affiliations
- Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Board Certified: Otolaryngologist-Head and Neck Surgeon
The American Board of Otolaryngology
University of Pittsburgh: 2002
Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Parathyroid carcinoma: A rare cause of primary hyperparathyroidismEar, Nose and Throat Journal | Sep 2009;88(9):E10
Authors: Kung B, Winokur R, Cognetti D, O'Hara B, Rosen D.
We describe the case of a 72-year-old woman with a long history of hypercalcemia and arthritic shoulder and neck pain who was admitted with an elevated calcium level and acute renal failure secondary to bilateral obstructing ureteral calculi.
Thyroid lymphosonography: A novel method for evaluating lymphatic drainageAnnals of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology | Sep 2009;118(9):645-650
Authors: Curry JM, Ezzat WH, Merton DA, Goldberg BB, Cognetti DM, Rosen D, Pribitkin EA.
Objectives: We evaluated lymphosonography, or contrast-enhanced, ultrasonography (US)-guided sentinel lymph node (SLN) detection, as a technique for demonstrating the lymphatic drainage of the thyroid gland.
Head and neck Cancer an evolving treatment paradigmCancer | 1 Oct 2008;113(7):1911-1932
Authors: Cognetti DM, Weber RS, Lai SY.
This review focuses on the evolution of treatment approaches for head and neck Cancer and future directions while recognizing the historic contributions recorded within this journal.
Management of the Neck in Differentiated Thyroid CancerSurgical Oncology Clinics of North America | Jan 2008;17(1):157-173
Authors: Cognetti DM, Pribitkin EA, Keane WM.
This article discusses guidelines for the management of the neck in differentiated.
Cervical discitis and epidural abscess after tonsillectomyLaryngoscope | Dec 2007;117(12):2093-2096
Authors: Curry JM, Cognetti DM, Harrop J, Boon MS, Spiegel JR.
Approximately 6 weeks after an uncomplicated tonsillectomy for chronic tonsillitis, a 37-year-old woman presented to our emergency department with complaints of odynophagia and cervical pain persistent since surgery. Computed tomographic and magnetic resonance imaging revealed cervical spinal osteomyelitis with epidural abscess at C2 to 3. The patient underwent treatment with intravenous antibiotics, operative debridement, and cervical spinal stabilization. She recovered with no neurologic deficit.
Ultrasound-guided contrast-enhanced sentinel node biopsy of the head and neck in a porcine modelOtolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery | Nov 2007;137(5):735-741
Authors: Curry JM, Bloedon E, Malloy KM, Cognetti DM, Merton DA, Goldberg BB, Keane WM, Rosen D, Pribitkin EA.
Objective: To test the feasibility of contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS)-guided sentinel lymph node biopsy (SNB) of the head and neck in a porcine model.
Feasibility of endoscopic sentinel node biopsy in the porcine neckOtolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery | May 2007;136(5):806-810
Authors: Malloy KM, Cognetti DM, Wildemore BM, Cunnane MF, Keane WM, Pribitkin EA, Rosen D.
Objective: To assess the feasibility of endoscopic sentinel node biopsy (SNB) using a tracer dye in a pig model.
Management of aerodigestive tract foreign bodies: Innovative teaching conceptsAnnals of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology | May 2007;116(5):319-323
Authors: Deutsch ES, Dixit D, Curry J, Malloy K, Christenson T, Robinson B, Cognetti D.
Objectives: We discuss a method to provide medical education in bronchoesophagology by using high-fidelity patient simulation manikins.
Retropharyngeal pseudomeningocele presenting as dysphagia after atlantooccipital dislocationLaryngoscope | Sep 2006;116(9):1697-1699
Authors: Cognetti DM, Enochs WS, Willcox TO
OBJECTIVES: To demonstrate how a retropharyngeal pseudomeningocele may present as dysphagia in a patient who is recovering from atlanto occipital dislocation as well as to discuss the treatment options in this situation.
The implications of "pay-for-performance" reimbursement for Otolaryngology-Head and Neck SurgeryOtolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery | Jun 2006;134(6):1036-1042
Authors: Cognetti DM, Reiter D.
Objective: To introduce otolaryngologists to outcomes-linked reimbursement ("pay-for-performance"), identify clinical practice implications, and recommend changes for successful transition from the traditional "pay-for-effort" reimbursement model.
Sensorineural hearing loss and pyruvate dehydrogenase deficiency syndrome: Implications for cochlear implantationInternational Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology Extra | Mar 2006;1(1):60-64
Authors: Cognetti DM, Keller MS, Arch EM, Schmidt R, Deutsch ES, O'Reilly RC.
We present a case of pyruvate dehydrogenase deficiency syndrome in which profound sensorineural hearing loss and internal auditory canal abnormalities were also found.
Lag screw fixation in midface fracturesFacial Plastic Surgery | Aug 2005;21(3):165-170
Authors: Pribitkin EA, Cognetti DM, Marshall SN, Bilyk J.
Through analysis of case series from medical record review, this article demonstrates how lag screw fixation may be used to effectively treat obliquely oriented maxillary, zygomatic, and orbital rim fractures.
Quality of life, functional outcome, and costs of early glottic cancerLaryngoscope | 1 Jan 2003;113(1):68-76
Authors: Smith JC, Johnson JT, Cognetti DM, Landsittel DP, Gooding WE, Cano ER, Myers EN.
Objective: To analyze quality of life, functional outcome, and hidden costs by primary treatment with surgery or radiation therapy in patients with early glottic cancer.
SRCI: An intron-containing yeast gene involved in sister chromatid segregationYeast | 2002;19(1):43-54
Authors: Cognetti D, Davis D, Sturtevant J.
Analysis of a three-member gene family in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae has allowed the discovery of a new gene that comprises two contiguous open reading frames previously annotated as YML034w and YML033w.
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