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Dr. Burns is a surgeon at the MGH Center for Laryngeal Surgery who specializes in voice disorders, laryngeal cancer, and airway reconstruction. He has developed a national and international reputation in clinical care and laryngeal research.
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Friedman AD, Hillman RE, Landau-Zemer T, Burns JA, Zeitels SM. Voice Outcomes for Photoangiolytic KTP Laser Treatment ofEarly Glottic Cancer. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngology2013; 122: 151-158.
Barbu AM, Burns JA,Lopez-Guerra G, Landau-Zemer T, Friedman AD, Zeitels SM. Salvage EndoscopicAngiolytic KTP Laser Treatment of Early Glottic Cancer After FailedRadiotherapy. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 2013; 122: 235-239.
Best SM, Kobler JB, Friedman AD, Barbu AM, Zeitels SM, Burns JA. Effect of Mandibular Tori onGlottic Exposure During Simulated Suspension Microlaryngoscopy. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 2014; 123: 188-194.
Zeitels SM, Burns JA.Oncologic Efficacy of Angiolytic KTP Laser Treatment of Early GlotticCancer. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 2014;(e-pub).
Ainsworth TA, Kobler JB, Loan GJ, Burns JA. Simulation Model for Transcervical Laryngeal InjectionProviding Real-time Feedback. Ann OtolRhinol Laryngol 2014; (e-pub).
Burns JA. (2014). American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head andNeck Surgery Foundation, Home Study Course, Section 6 - Laryngology, VoiceDisorders and Bronchoesophagology, Section Editor
video interview with MGH physician James Burns
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