- PROFESSOR Otolaryngology
St. Elizabeth's Hospital
The Lawrenceville School
Mercy Hospital (Program of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery)
Microvascular Reconstructive Surgery of the Head and Neck with Sebastian Arena, MD
BA, Williams College
summa cum laude
Tufts Medical School
MD, University of Virginia School of Medicine
The Mount Sinai Hospital
ResearchHead and Neck Oncologic Surgery
\r\nHead and Neck Reconstructive Surgery
Urken ML, Biller HF. A new bilobed design for the sensate radial forearm flap to preserve tongue mobility following significant glossectomy. Archives of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery 1994; 120: 26-31.
Urken ML, Moscoso J, Lawson W, Biller H. A systematic approach to functional reconstruction of the oral cavity following partial and total glossectomy. Archives of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery 1994; 120: 589-601.
Urken ML, Cheney ML, Sullivan MJ, Biller HF, editors. Atlas of Regional and Free Flaps for Head and Neck Reconstruction. Raven Press, Ltd; 1995.
Urken ML. The restoration or preservation of sensation in the oral cavity following ablative surgery of the oral cavity. Archives of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery 1995; 121: 607-612.
Urken ML, Blackwell K, Biller HF. : Reconstruction of the Laryngopharynx after Hemicricoid/Hemithyroid Cartilage Resection: Preliminary Functional Results. Arch Otolaryngol H N Surg 1997; 123(11): 1213-1222.
Urken ML, Buchbinder D, Costantino PD, Sinha U, Okay D, Lawson W, Biller HF. Oromandibular Reconstruction Using Microvascular Composite Flaps: Report of 210 Cases. Arch Otolaryngol H N Surg 1998; 124(1): 46-55.
Mandell D, Genden E, Mechanick J, Bergman DA, Diamond EJ, Urken ML. The influence of Intraoperative Parathyroid Hormone Monitoring on the Surgical Management of Hyperparathyroidism. Arch Oto 2001; 127: 821-827.
Genden EM, Okay D, Buchbinder D, Urken ML. Iliac Crest Internal Oblique Osteomusculocutaneous Free-Flap Reconstruction of the Post-Ablative Palatomaxillary Defect. Otolaryngology - Head and Neck 2001; 127: 854-861.
Urken ML, Bridger A, Zur KB, Genden EM. The Scapular Osteocutaneous Flap: A 12-year Experience. Archives of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery 2001; 127: 862-869.
Okay D, Genden EM, Buchbinder D, Urken ML. Prosthodontic Guidelines for Surgical Reconstruction of the Maxilla: A Classification System of Defects. J Prosthet Dent 2001; 86: 352-363.
Fliegelman LJ, Genden EM, Brandwein M, Urken ML. Significance and Management of Thyroid Lesions in Lymph Nodes as an Incidental Finding During Neck Dissection. Archives of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery 2001; 23(10): 885-891.
Smith SR, Genden EM, Urken ML. Endoscopic stapling technique for the treatment of Zenker diverticulum vs standard open-neck technique: a direct comparison and charge analysis. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2002; 128(2): 141-144.
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