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Dr. David Lazar is a pediatric surgeon at Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego and an assistant professor of surgery at UC San Diego School of Medicine.
Dr. Lazar earned a Bachelor of Arts in biology with honors from the University of Pennsylvania, then graduated from medical school at Baylor College of Medicine. He excelled at his general surgery residency at UC San Diego, winning multiple teaching awards and garnering departmental and campus-wide recognition for his efforts in medical student and resident education.
He served as administrative chief resident before pursuing two years of research in wound healing and fetal surgery at Texas Children's Hospital. Following his residency, he completed his pediatric surgery fellowship at Texas Children's Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine, where he gained comprehensive exposure to fetal and neonatal surgery, surgical oncology and minimally invasive surgery.
Dr. Lazar's clinical interests include prenatal counseling and intervention, caring for children with thoracic and abdominal congenital anomalies, and extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO).
Patient-oriented online resources in pediatric surgery: Are we failing the readability test?
Prieto JM, West-Santos C, Montgomery AS, Patwardhan U, Lazar DA, Thangarajah H, Bickler SW, Huang EY, Fairbanks TJ, Ignacio RC
Premenarchal patients present differently: A twist on the typical patient presenting with ovarian torsion.
Prieto JM, Kling KM, Ignacio RC, Bickler SW, Fairbanks TJ, Saenz NC, Nicholson SI, Lazar DA
Trephination Versus Wide Excision for the Treatment of Pediatric Pilonidal Disease.
Prieto JM, Checchi KD, Kling KM, Ignacio RC, Bickler SW, Saenz NC, Fairbanks TJ, Nicholson SI, Lazar DA
In-utero radiofrequency ablation in fetal piglets: Lessons learned.
Olutoye OO, Gay AN, Sheikh F, Akinkuotu AC, Sundararajan M, Lazar DA, Zamora IJ, Naik-Mathuria BJ, Cass DL, Yu L
Potential of the ovine brain as a model for anesthesia-induced neuroapoptosis.
Olutoye OA, Lazar DA, Akinkuotu AC, Adesina A, Olutoye OO
Abdominal near-infrared spectroscopy measurements are lower in preterm infants at risk for necrotizing enterocolitis.
Patel AK, Lazar DA, Burrin DG, Smith EO, Magliaro TJ, Stark AR, Brandt ML, Zamora IJ, Sheikh F, Akinkuotu AC, Olutoye OO
Prenatal MRI fetal lung volumes and percent liver herniation predict pulmonary morbidity in congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH).
Zamora IJ, Olutoye OO, Cass DL, Fallon SC, Lazar DA, Cassady CI, Mehollin-Ray AR, Welty SE, Ruano R, Belfort MA, Lee TC
Scarless laparotomy in children: a transumbilical technique with umbilicoplasty.
Lazar DA, Fallon SC, Benson EM, Hassan SF, Brandt ML
Characterizing pilomatricomas in children: a single institution experience.
Hassan SF, Stephens E, Fallon SC, Schady D, Hicks MJ, Lopez ME, Lazar DA, Rodriguez MA, Brandt ML
Repair of congenital diaphragmatic hernias on Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO): does early repair improve patient survival?
Fallon SC, Cass DL, Olutoye OO, Zamora IJ, Lazar DA, Larimer EL, Welty SE, Moise AA, Demny AB, Lee TC
An analysis of outcomes and treatment costs for children undergoing splenectomy for chronic immune thrombocytopenia purpura.
Gwilliam NR, Lazar DA, Brandt ML, Mahoney DH Jr, Wesson DE, Mazziotti MV, Nuchtern JG, Lee TC
The use of ECMO for persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn: a decade of experience.
Lazar DA, Cass DL, Olutoye OO, Welty SE, Fernandes CJ, Rycus PT, Lee TC
Defining "liver-up": does the volume of liver herniation predict outcome for fetuses with isolated left-sided congenital diaphragmatic hernia?
Lazar DA, Ruano R, Cass DL, Moise KJ Jr, Johnson A, Lee TC, Cassady CI, Olutoye OO
Increased in vitro differentiation of fibrocytes from keloid patients is inhibited by serum amyloid P.
Naylor MC, Lazar DA, Zamora IJ, Mushin OP, Yu L, Brissett AE, Olutoye OO
Cecal bascule in a child: an unusual cause of postoperative bowel obstruction.
Lazar DA, Cohen SA, Evora DK, Losasso BE, Bickler SW
Venovenous cannulation for extracorporeal membrane oxygenation using a bicaval dual-lumen catheter in neonates.
Lazar DA, Cass DL, Olutoye OO, Kim ES, Welty SE, Fernandes CJ, Lee TC
Tracheoesophageal displacement index and predictors of airway obstruction for fetuses with neck masses.
Lazar DA, Cassady CI, Olutoye OO, Moise KJ Jr, Johnson A, Lee TC, Cass DL
Defining hydrops and indications for open fetal surgery for fetuses with lung masses and vascular tumors.
Cass DL, Olutoye OO, Ayres NA, Moise KJ Jr, Altman CA, Johnson A, Cassady CI, Lazar DA, Lee TC, Lantin MR
Transinguinal laparoscopic exploration for identification of contralateral inguinal hernias in pediatric patients.
Lazar DA, Lee TC, Almulhim SI, Pinsky JR, Fitch M, Brandt ML
Wound healing characteristics of ICAM-1 null mice devoid of all isoforms of ICAM-1.
Gay AN, Mushin OP, Lazar DA, Naik-Mathuria BJ, Yu L, Gobin A, Smith CW, Olutoye OO
Fetal lung interstitial tumor: a cause of late gestation fetal hydrops.
Lazar DA, Cass DL, Dishop MK, Adam K, Olutoye OA, Ayres NA, Cassady CI, Olutoye OO
Tumor volume to fetal weight ratio as an early prognostic classification for fetal sacrococcygeal teratoma.
Rodriguez MA, Cass DL, Lazar DA, Cassady CI, Moise KJ, Johnson A, Mushin OP, Hassan SF, Belleza-Bascon B, Olutoye OO
Near-infrared spectroscopy measurement of abdominal tissue oxygenation is a useful indicator of intestinal blood flow and necrotizing enterocolitis in premature piglets.
Gay AN, Lazar DA, Stoll B, Naik-Mathuria B, Mushin OP, Rodriguez MA, Burrin DG, Olutoye OO
Outcomes of neonates requiring extracorporeal membrane oxygenation for irreversible pulmonary dysplasia: the Extracorporeal Life Support Registry experience.
Lazar DA, Olutoye OO, Cass DL, Fernandes CJ, Welty SE, Johnson KE, Rycus PT, Lee TC
Ex-utero intrapartum treatment procedure for giant neck masses--fetal and maternal outcomes.
Lazar DA, Olutoye OO, Moise KJ Jr, Ivey RT, Johnson A, Ayres N, Olutoye OA, Rodriguez MA, Cass DL
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