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Scott C. Manning, MD

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Scott C. Manning, MD

Otolaryngology, Vascular Anomalies, Vascular Anomalies Research

On staff since November 1995

Children's Title: Division Chief, Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery; Program Director, Otolarnygology Education

Academic Title: Professor of Pediatric Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery

Research Center: Center for Clinical and Translational Research

"I was motivated to come to Seattle Children's Hospital in 1995 by the shared mission statement that was posted at that time on the main board room wall of making medicine better by combining caring for the sickest (tertiary patient care) with teaching (medical students, residents and fellows) and clinical research. The structure of the WWAMI regional referral system puts us in the best position of any regional medical center to accomplish that goal."

Recommendations

JohnFort Worth, Texas07.15.14
In 1988 Dr. Manning and a colleague ran past my wife and I as we stood outside the Children's Hospital ER room where our son was lying. He had stopped breathing, and not for the first time that night. At the time they thought it was for longer than 4 minutes, and they apparently called for Dr. Manning to rush down from wherever he was working at Parkland that night. Dr. Manning successfully intubated our son, and he was moved to the pediatric trauma center at Parkland Hospital. We were told it was Dr. Manning's last shift before moving on to the next stage of his career. My son will begin his residency at Johns Hopkins next year.
StephanieFederal Way, WA07.19.13
Dr. Manning is one of the most kindest doctors I have ever met for my daughter, Evelyn who has special needs. He performed my daughter's surgery in removing her tonsils and adenoids. He did a great job with her surgery because she healed up really well. He was terrific in checking up on my daughter when she had to stay overnight in the hospital. And he was really great on explaining a lot of things I needed to know about taking care of Evelyn as she needed to heal from surgery. I can assure you that your child is in great hands with Dr. Manning. And I would strongly recommend any child to go see Dr. Manning because he will definitely take good care of your child.
KimSNOHOMISH05.06.13
Dear Dr. Manning, Everything does happen for a reason. While I would never wish or dream what happened to Travis, our family, last summer, could ever happen – it did. We were ripped from our normal quiet little lives into a hailstorm of emergency medicine that we didn’t even know existed. Now that all the dust has settled, and in our opinion it has – because of what you were able to tell us today….we have a bit more time to marvel at what has happened. We want you to know how incredibly grateful that we are that YOU made the choice you made, how many years ago, to pursue what is obviously your God given talent and passion. The way you respond to our questions, and treat us more like old friends than just a frequent flier patient with curious parents, means a tremendous amount to us. Thank you Dr. Manning for making the choices that you make and being Travis’ surgeon. You will always be a significant part of our journey in getting Travis back to being whole. You have our deepest gratitude and respect as a physician and a friend. Sincerely, Ken and Kim Anderson
RobinSeattle, WA05.06.13
Dr.Manning just happened to be at the hospital on the day we brought our then 5 month old baby to the emergency room at Children's Hospital. He had a growth in his right cheek that was growing rapidly. We were so lucky that Dr.Manning was there and within a few seconds had a diagnosis. Cavernous Hemangioma. We saw him and his team for about 4 months before the tumor was large enough that he recommended trying a medication called Propanolol. It was extremely effective and we could hardly see the tumor after just a week. Our son is now 3 years old and that year of time we spent at Children's making visits is a distant memory! It was life changing. I cannot say enough about Dr.Manning and his team.
ArShoreline04.04.13
Dr. Manning came out of surgery today after working on my 11 year old son and he had a big smile on his face. He said he was most excited about doing something that will make him feel immediately better and also doing something so interesting. As a mom, it made me feel great that he really cared about making my boy's life better and enjoyed the process. I am so grateful for multiple years of care by Dr. Manning.
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Overview

Board Certification(s)
Otolaryngology
Medical/Professional School
Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans
Clinical Interests

Sinusitis, Upper airway obstruction, Vascular anomalies

Awards and Honors

Award NameAward DescriptionAwarded ByAward Date
Distinguished Service Award - American Academy Otolaryngology Head American Academy Otolaryngology Head Jan. 1, 2009
Vice President Elect, Western SectionTriological Society

Publications

Aspirin sensitivity syndrome (Samter's Triad): An unrecognized disorder in children with nasal polyposis.
International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology , 2013 Feb: 77(2)281-3
Transoral approach for direct and complete excision of vallecular cysts in children.
International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology , 2011 Sep: 75(9)1147-51
Diagnosis and treatment of primary immunodeficiency disease: the role of the otolaryngologist.
American journal of otolaryngology , 2011 Jul-Aug: 32(4)329-37
How airway venous malformations differ from airway infantile hemangiomas.
Archives of otolaryngology--head & neck surgery , 2011 Apr: 137(4)352-7
Initial experience with a multidisciplinary strategy for initiation of propranolol therapy for infantile hemangiomas.
Otolaryngology--head and neck surgery : official journal of American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery , 2011 Jan: 144(1)78-84
Diagnosis and treatment of primary immunodeficiency disease: the role of the otolaryngologist.
American journal of otolaryngology , 2010 Aug 17
Lymphatic malformations: review of current treatment.
Otolaryngology--head and neck surgery : official journal of American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery , 2010 Jun: 795-803, 803.e1
Lymphatic malformations: current cellular and clinical investigations.
Otolaryngology--head and neck surgery : official journal of American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery , 2010 Jun: 789-94
Lymphatic malformations: current cellular and clinical investigations.
Otolaryngology--head and neck surgery : official journal of American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery , 2010 Jun: 142(6)789-94
Epiglottitis due to nontypeable Haemophilus influenzae in a vaccinated child.
International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology , 2010 Feb: 218-20
Proposal for staging airway hemangiomas.
Otolaryngology--head and neck surgery : official journal of American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery , 2009 Oct: 516-521
Airway procedures and hemangiomas: treatment patterns and outcome in U.S. pediatric hospitals.
International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology , 2009 Sep: 1302-7
Management of lymphatic malformations and macroglossia: results of a national treatment survey.
International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology , 2009 Aug: 1114-8
Endoscopic electrocauterization of pyriform fossa sinus tracts as definitive treatment.
International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology , 2009 Aug: 1151-6
Polymerase chain reaction for pathogen identification in persistent pediatric cervical lymphadenitis.
Archives of otolaryngology--head & neck surgery , 2009 Mar: 243-8
PHACES syndrome: otolaryngic considerations in recognition and management.
International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology , 2009 Feb: 281-8
Clinical and radiographic findings in children with spontaneous lymphatic malformation regression.
Otolaryngology--head and neck surgery : official journal of American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery , 2008 Jun: 772-7
Facial nerve anatomy, dissection and preservation in lymphatic malformation management.
International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology , 2008 Jun: 759-66
Clinical outcomes in lymphocytopenic lymphatic malformation patients.
Lymphatic research and biology , 2007: 169-74
Recurrent thyroglossal duct cysts: a 23-year experience and a new method for management.
The Annals of otology, rhinology, and laryngology , 2006 Nov: 850-6
Lymphocytopenia in children with lymphatic malformation.
Archives of otolaryngology--head & neck surgery , 2006 Jan: 93-7
Hemangiomas of infancy: treatment of ulceration in the head and neck.
Archives of facial plastic surgery : official publication for the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Inc. and the International Federation of Facial Plastic Surgery Societies , 2005 Sep-Oct: 312-5
Diagnostic and surgical challenges in the pediatric skull base.
Otolaryngologic clinics of North America , 2005 Aug: 773-94
Head and neck endocrine surgery in children: 1997 and 2000.
Archives of otolaryngology--head & neck surgery , 2005 Jul: 564-70
Plastic laryngeal foreign bodies in children: a diagnostic challenge.
International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology , 2005 May: 657-62
Laryngeal anatomic differences in pediatric patients with severe laryngomalacia.
Archives of otolaryngology--head & neck surgery , 2005 Apr: 340-3
Use of SLSE after endoscopic sinus surgery in children should be strictly limited.
Archives of otolaryngology--head & neck surgery , 2005 Mar: 269-70
Three-dimensional CT angiography imaging of vascular tumors of the head and neck.
International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology , 2005 Mar: 319-25
Pediatric admissions and procedures for lymphatic malformations in the United States: 1997 and 2000.
Lymphatic research and biology , 2005 Summer: 58-65
Management of lymphatic malformations.
Current opinion in otolaryngology & head and neck surgery , 2004 Dec: 500-4
Klippel-Trenaunay-Weber syndrome with labyrinthine bony overgrowth and mixed hearing loss, a case report.
International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology , 2004 Aug: 1075-9
Somatostatin treatment of massive lymphorrhea following excision of a lymphatic malformation.
International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology , 2004 Jun: 845-50
Endoscopic posterior cricoid split and rib grafting in 10 children.
The Laryngoscope , 2003 Nov: 2004-9
Primary pulmonary dysgenesis in velocardiofacial syndrome: a second patient.
American journal of medical genetics. Part A , 2003 Aug 30: 177-9
Strategies for managing granulation tissue.
Ear, nose, & throat journal , 2003 Aug: 21-4
Basics of biofilm in clinical otolaryngology.
Ear, nose, & throat journal , 2003 Aug: 18-20
Extrapulmonary Legionella micdadei infection in a previously healthy child.
The Pediatric infectious disease journal , 2002 Dec: 1174-6

Presentations

Presentations TitleEventLocationDate
Pediatric SinusitisUniversity of Washington Department of Otolaryngology Resident ConferenceSeattle, WAOct. 14, 2009
Update on Pediatric RhinosinusitisAmerican Academy of Otolaryngology UnknownOct. 7, 2009
Lymphatic Malformation – CourseAmerican Academy of Otolaryngology UnknownOct. 4, 2009
Pediatric SinusitisTexas Medical AssociationTexasMay 1, 2009
Pediatric SinusitisSeattle Children’s Pediatric ConferenceSeattle, WAApril 29, 2009
Otolaryngology World OutreachSouthern Section Pediatric OtolaryngologyUnknownJan. 16, 2009
Pediatric SinusitisUniversity of MiamiMiami, FLJan. 15, 2009
Pediatric Otolaryngology15. Northwest Academy of OtolaryngologySeattle, WAJan. 9, 2009

Primary Office

Seattle Children's
OA.9.220 - Otolaryngology-ENT
4800 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105
206-987-2105

Additional Offices

Seattle Children's Bellevue Clinic and Surgery Center
CB-11
1500 - 116th Ave NE
Bellevue, WA 98004
425-454-4644

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