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David L. Horn, MD

David L. Horn, MD

Otolaryngology

On staff since August 2010

Academic Title: Assistant Professor

David Horn MD joined the Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology as an Assistant Professor- University of Washington Department of Otolaryngology on August 1, 2010. He has a special interest in hearing loss and he will be dividing his time between research in the area of auditory development in infants and children receiving cochlear implants and clinical practice at Seattle Childrens Bellevue and Main campuses. He received his MD degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin, then undertook otolaryngology residency at Indiana University School of Medicine and most recently completed his fellowship in pediatric otolaryngology at the University of Pittsburgh.

Recommendations

  • Denise Mount Vernon, WA 04.01.11

    Our 11-year-old daughter Olivia came to Dr. Horn after receiving a diagnosis of a tumor in her parotid salivary gland. When he reviewed her case, he spent a lot of time explaining our options and even told us what he would do if Olivia were his own daughter. We went ahead with his recommendation to remove the tumor as soon as possible. He spent time with us right before the surgery - answering our questions and helping to put our minds at ease. We are so thankful that we went with his recommendation, because five days later we learned that her tumor was cancer. Because of his knowledge and expertise, our daughter's cancer was caught early and did not have a chance to spread throughout her body. He has given us a future filled with HOPE and we are grateful. Thank you!

  • Kara Renton,WA 01.04.11

    My son who was 2 1/2 at the time of his surgery needed to have his adenoids removed. Dr. Horn is very knowledgeable, compassionate and gave me a very clear understanding of what my son's issues were. I was overwhelmed by the decision to either have the surgery to remove the adenoids or wait and see if things got better. He helped me make the right choice by providing me with the best medical information/advise and presenting it to me in "English" and not a lot of medical terminology. My son's surgery was very successful. Dr. Horn has a great personality, and really cares about his patience. I felt like my son was in excellent care before and during the surgery. Everything was well explained and lots of supportive materials were provided to me. I highly recommend Dr. Horn because of his charismatic personality his passion for his career, and ability to work well with children. Thank you!

Overview

Board Certification(s)

Otolaryngology

Medical/Professional School

Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Residency

Otolaryngology, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis

Fellowship

Pediatric Otolaryngology, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh

Clinical Interests

Congenital and pre-lingual hearing loss, cochlear implantation, chronic ear disease, pediatric airway management, congenital head and neck anomalies, obstructive sleep apnea

Publications

  • Chan DK, Liming BJ, Horn DL, Parikh SR
    A New Scoring System for Upper Airway Pediatric Sleep Endoscopy.
    JAMA otolaryngology-- head & neck surgery , 2014 May 8
  • Edwards RM, Chapman T, Horn DL, Paladin AM, Iyer RS
    Imaging of pediatric floor of mouth lesions.
    Pediatric radiology , 2013 Mar. : 43(5)523-35
  • Horn DL, Maguire RC, Simons JP, Mehta DK
    Endoscopic anterior cricoid split with balloon dilation in infants with failed extubation.
    The Laryngoscope , 2012 Jan. : 122(1)216-9
  • David L. Horn, MD
    External rhinoplasty excision of a nasal tip glioma in a 6-month old infant: Case report and review of the literature
    Otorhinolaryngology , 2009 : 73(8)232-241
  • Horn DL, Fagan MK, Dillon CM, Pisoni DB, Miyamoto RT
    Visual-motor integration skills of prelingually deaf children: implications for pediatric cochlear implantation.
    The Laryngoscope , 2007 Nov. : 2017-25
  • David L. Horn, MD
    Assessing speech discrimination in individual infants
    Infancy , 2007 : 12(2)119-145
  • David L. Horn, MD
    Speech discrimination skills in deaf infants before and after cochlear implantation
    Audiological Medicine , 2007 : 5(4)232-241
  • Fagan MK, Pisoni DB, Horn DL, Dillon CM
    Neuropsychological correlates of vocabulary, reading, and working memory in deaf children with cochlear implants.
    Journal of deaf studies and deaf education , 2007 : 461-71
  • Horn DL, Pisoni DB, Miyamoto RT
    Divergence of fine and gross motor skills in prelingually deaf children: implications for cochlear implantation.
    The Laryngoscope , 2006 Aug. : 1500-6
  • Horn DL, Pisoni DB, Sanders M, Miyamoto RT
    Behavioral assessment of prelingually deaf children before cochlear implantation.
    The Laryngoscope , 2005 Sept. : 1603-11
  • Horn DL, Davisa RA, Pisoni DB, Miyamoto RT
    Visual attention, behavioral inhibition and speech/language outcomes in deaf children with cochlear implants.
    International congress series / Excerpta Medica , 2004 Nov. : 1273332-335
  • David L. Horn, MD
    Spatial updating of targets in front and behind
    Paideia , 2004 : 14(27)75-81
  • Hong RS, Rubinstein JT, Wehner D, Horn D
    Dynamic range enhancement for cochlear implants.
    Otology & neurotology : official publication of the American Otological Society, American Neurotology Society [and] European Academy of Otology and Neurotology , 2003 July : 24(4)590-5
  • David L. Horn, MD
    Protease inhibitor coinfusion with amyloid beta-protein results in enhanced deposition and toxicity in rat brain
    Journal of Neuroscience , 1998 15 : 18(20)8311-8321
  • David L. Horn, MD
    Inter-arytenoid injection laryngoscopy as a diagnostic tool for workup and treatment of pediatric aspiration
    Annals of Otology Rhinology and Laryngology

Presentations

Presentations Title Event Location Date
Update in Pediatric Hearing Loss University of Washington School of Medicine Otolaryngology Update for Primary Care Seattle, WA 2012
Update in Pediatric Sensorineural Hearing Loss Northwest Academy of Otolaryngology Winter Conference Seattle, WA 2011