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Avrum N. Pollock, MD, FRCPC

Avrum N. Pollock, MD, FRCPC

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Professor of Clinical Radiology
Department: Radiology

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Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Dept. of Radiology
34th Street and Civic Center Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19104-4399
Office: 215-590-0460
Fax: 215-590-1345
Education:
BS (Basic Sciences)
University of Winnipeg , 1984.
MD (Medicine)
University of Manitoba, 1988.
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Selected Publications

Isserman RS, Pollock AN, McGinnis S, Galvez JA, Simpao AF: The case of the vanishing neck mass: compression of prevertebral neurofibromas by a supraglottic airway device in a child. SPA/AAP Pediatric Anesthesiology Annual Meeting, Colorado Springs, CO April 2016 Notes: Poster presentation.

Bhatia A, Pollock AN: Trapped 4th Ventricle with Vasogenic Edema. Pediatric Emergency Care 32(1), January 2016 Notes: Case report.

Winter RC, Pollock AN: Posterior Fossa Epidural Hematoma. Pediatr Emerg Care 31(11): 808-809, November 2015.

Chan S, Pollock AN: Lyme Arthritis. Pediatr Emerg Care 31(9): 680-83, September 2015.

Bhatia A, Castelo-Soccio L, Treat J, Berman J, Licht D, Pollock A, Feygin T: Neuro-axial Infantile Hemangiomas: Imaging Manifestations and Association with Systemic Disorders. Proceedings of the American Society of Neuroradiology Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL April 2015 Notes: Oral Presentation.

Nguyen JC, Pollock AN: Os Odontoideum. Pediatr Emerg Care 31(3), March 2015.

Pollock AN: Epidermoid cyst of the soft palate in a 2 year old: A case report and review of literature of pediatric soft palate lesions. Clinical Pediatrics 53(14): 1399-402, Dec 2014.

Otero HJ, Pollock AN: Neurogenic plumonary edema. Pediatr Emerg Care 30(11): 845-6, Nov 2014.

Powers AM, Pollock AN: Bilateral manidibular fractures. Pediatr Emerg Care 30(9): 668-9, Sep 2014.

Lukse R, Winter R, Pollock AN: Metallic foreign body aspiration: Case of a blowgun dart in the left main stem bronchus. Pediatric Emergency Care 30(8): 511-589, August 2014.

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