Dr. Conner J Massey

About Dr. Conner J Massey

Dr. Conner J is a International forum of allergy & rhinologyReferences researcher from Department of Otolaryngology, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, CO.. His recent research is on Sample collection for laboratory-based study of the nasal airway and sinuses: a research compendium. which was published on Int Forum Allergy Rhinol on 2019/12/17.

The DOI of the article Sample collection for laboratory-based study of the nasal airway and sinuses: a research compendium. is 10.1002/alr.22510

The article has been published in the following journal:
United States Int Forum Allergy Rhinol 101550261 2042-6976

Co-Authors:


List of co-authors for Sample collection for laboratory-based study of the nasal airway and sinuses: a research compendium. :
Fernando Diaz Del Valle
Waleed M Abuzeid
Joshua M Levy
Sarina Mueller
Corrina G Levine
Stephanie S Smith
Benjamin S Bleier
Vijay R Ramakrishnan

What are Dr. Conner J Massey Specialties :


clinical protocols cytologic techniques exosomes nasal cavity nasal lavage fluid nasal mucosa paranasal sinuses sinusitis

List of Publications:

  1. Sample Collection for Laboratory-Based Study of the Nasal Airway and Sinuses: A Research Compendium
      Multiple sampling techniques are available to collect biologic samples from the sinonasal cavity. These techniques differ in their ease of application, reproducibility, sample yield, and utility for different sinonasal pathologies or research goals. An appreciation of the benefits and drawbacks of e …
  2. Persistent Local Demucosalization After Endoscopic Sinus Surgery: A Report of 3 Cases
      Mucosal preservation is paramount to achieving successful outcomes after endoscopic sinus surgery (ESS). Despite best surgical practices and implementation of evidenced-based postoperative care, patients in rare cases might exhibit persistent demucosalization that is recalcitrant to conservative the …
  3. Advances in Absorbable Biomaterials and Nasal Packing
      Nasal biomaterials have been developed to improve postoperative outcomes after functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS). These products have been designed to overcome certain common complications in FESS, and to maximize patient comfort. This article evaluates the performance of nonabsorbable and …
  4. Novel Use of an Ultrasonic Bone Aspirator for Extended Endoscopic Frontal Sinusotomy: A Feasibility Study
      The UBA was a safe, effective tool for extended endoscopic frontal sinusotomy in endoscopic skull base surgery.
  5. Matrix- And Plasma-Derived Peptides Promote Tissue-Specific Injury Responses and Wound Healing in Diabetic Swine
      Comb1 and UN3 stimulate wound resolution in diabetic Yorkshire swine through upregulation of multiple reparative growth factors and cytokines, especially matrix metalloproteinases and inhibitors that may aid in reversing the proteolytic imbalance characteristic of chronically inflamed non-healing wo …
  6. Biomaterials in Rhinology
      Certain absorbable biomaterials, such as chitosan gel and fibrin glue, have performed well with respect to postoperative hemostasis and wound healing, although they do not address mucosal inflammation. Steroid delivery systems may play an increasingly important role in reducing disease recurrence af …

Keywords :


clinical protocols cytologic techniques exosomes nasal cavity nasal lavage fluid nasal mucosa paranasal sinuses sinusitis