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Dennis Rosen, M.D.
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Harvard Title

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

Administrative and Hospital Titles

Associate Medical Director, Sleep Laboratory, Children's Hospital Boston
Assistant in Medicine, Division of Respiratory Diseases, Department of Medicine, Children's Hospital Boston

Address

Division of Respiratory Diseases
Hunnewell 2
Children's Hospital Boston
300 Longwood Avenue
Boston, MA 02115

 

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High prevalence of periodic limb movements of sleep in children with Down syndrome.
Authors: Authors: Rosen D, Berbert L, Weller E.
J Clin Sleep Med
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The evaluation and management of respiratory disease in children with Down syndrome (DS).
Authors: Authors: Alsubie HS, Rosen D.
Paediatr Respir Rev
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The facial morphology in Down syndrome: A 3D comparison of patients with and without obstructive sleep apnea.
Authors: Authors: Jayaratne YSN, Elsharkawi I, Macklin EA, Voelz L, Weintraub G, Rosen D, Skotko BG.
Am J Med Genet A
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Isolated mild sleep-associated hypoventilation in children with Down syndrome.
Authors: Authors: Wong W, Rosen D.
Arch Dis Child
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A predictive model for obstructive sleep apnea and Down syndrome.
Authors: Authors: Skotko BG, Macklin EA, Muselli M, Voelz L, McDonough ME, Davidson E, Allareddy V, Jayaratne YS, Bruun R, Ching N, Weintraub G, Gozal D, Rosen D.
Am J Med Genet A
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Craniofacial features as assessed by lateral cephalometric measurements in children with Down syndrome.
Authors: Authors: Allareddy V, Ching N, Macklin EA, Voelz L, Weintraub G, Davidson E, Prock LA, Rosen D, Brunn R, Skotko BG.
Prog Orthod
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The diagnosis and management of common sleep disorders in adolescents.
Authors: Authors: Reiter J, Rosen D.
Curr Opin Pediatr
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Infant with obstructive sleep apnea successfully treated with continuous positive airway pressure.
Authors: Authors: Popatia R, Rosen D.
Clin Pediatr (Phila)
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Bronchial carcinoid in college freshman with persistent focal wheeze.
Authors: Authors: Holzer R, Rosen D.
J Am Assoc Nurse Pract
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Obstructive sleep apnea in a 17-year-old with profound cognitive impairment.
Authors: Authors: Rosen D, Wilfond B, Lantos JD.
Pediatrics
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