Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center

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Ramzi Younis, M.D., FAAP, FACS

General Information

Ramzi  Younis, M.D., FAAP, FACS


  • Fax: 954-210-1037


  • English


  • American Board of Otolaryngology


  • Pediatric Otolaryngology (Otolaryngology)
  • Otolaryngology


  • Chief for the Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology & Professor

Clinical Interests

Ear, nose and throat diseases and surgery in children, snoring airway disorders or difficulty sleep apnea disorders, allergies and sinus problems in the pediatric age group, hearing loss and ear infections in children, pediatric tonsils and adenoid diseases.

Research Interests

Pediatric sinusitis, pediatric laryngotracheal stenosis and airway anomalies, ear infections and hearing loss in children


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  • Younis RT. Editor: ORL Journal Special Issue: Tonsillectomy in Children: 69(6)327-380; 2007.
  • Reyes SA, Younis RT: Improving the penetration of ototopicals through tympanostomy tubes: Role of surfactants. Published International journal of Pediatric Otolaryngology, November 2007.
  • Sargi Z, Younis RT. Tonsillectomy and Adenoidectomy Techniques: Past, Present and Future. Journal for ORL 2007,Vol.69: 331-335.
  • Sargi Z, Younis RT. Pediatric Obstructive Sleep Apnea: Current Management. ORL Journal 2007;Vol. 69:340-344.
  • Francisco PG, Younis RT, et al: Management of pediatric airway granular cell tumor: Role of laryngotracheal reconstruction. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology; Vol. 70, 957-963. June 2006.
  • Younis RT, Editor. Textbook: Pediatric Sinusitis and Sinus Surgery. Taylor and Francis Publishing Group. New York, NY. 1-259. Published, January 2006.
  • Smith LP, Smullen JL, Younis RT. Differential penetration of ototopicals and water through tympanostomy tubes. Laryngoscope. 115(8):1367-70; August 2005.
  • Collins WO, Younis RT, Garcia MT. Extramedullary hematopiesis of the paranasal sinuses in sickle cell disease. Otolaryngology Head Neck Surg. (6):954-6 June 2005.

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