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Pablo Quadri, MD

Specialty: Otolaryngology
Program: Head and Neck Oncology


Dr. Pablo Quadri is an Instructor in the Department of Head and Neck-Endocrine Oncology at Moffitt Cancer Center. Dr. Quadri received his MD from Austral University School of Biomedical Sciences. He most recently completed a general surgery residency at Saint Louis University. Dr. Quadri’s clinical focus is on head and neck surgery with an interest in transoral robotic surgery, application of new technologies, and microvascular reconstruction. His clinical research focus is in fluorescence-guided surgery applied to parathyroid surgery and sentinel lymph node biopsy.

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  • Quadri P, McMullen C. Oral Cavity Reconstruction. Otolaryng Clin N Am. 2023 May. Pubmedid: 37164898.
  • Jamil O, Gonzalez-Heredia R, Quadri P, Hassan C, Masrur M, Berger R, Bernstein K, Sanchez-Johnsen L. Micronutrient Deficiencies in Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy. Nutrients. 2020 Sep.12(9). Pubmedid: 32971950. Pmcid: PMC7551377.
  • Melkonian V, Quadri P, Varma CR, Nazzal M, Randall HB, Nguyen MJP. Asymptomatic Intestinal Malrotation Progressing to Midgut Volvulus in a Decompensated Alcoholic Cirrhotic Adult: A Rare Scenario Requiring Special Considerations. Case Rep Surg. 2020 Jun.2020:4196012. Pubmedid: 32612864. Pmcid: PMC7317621.
  • Dip F, Falco J, Verna S, Prunello M, Loccisano M, Quadri P, White K, Rosenthal R. Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing White Light with Near-Infrared Autofluorescence for Parathyroid Gland Identification During Total Thyroidectomy. J Am Coll Surg. 2019 May.228(5):744-751. Pubmedid: 30710614.
  • Quadri P, Esposito S, Coleoglou A, Danielson KK, Masrur M, Giulianotti PC. Robotic Adrenalectomy: Are We Expanding the Indications of Minimally Invasive Surgery?. J Laparoendosc Adv S. 2019 Jan.29(1):19-23. Pubmedid: 30265584.
  • Giulianotti PC, Quadri P, Durgam S, Bianco FM. Reconstruction/Repair of Iatrogenic Biliary Injuries: Is the Robot Offering a New Option? Short Clinical Report. Ann Surg. 2018 Jan.267(1):e7-e9. Pubmedid: 28657946.
  • Falco J, Dip F, Quadri P, de la Fuente M, Prunello M, Rosenthal RJ. Increased identification of parathyroid glands using near infrared light during thyroid and parathyroid surgery. Surg Endosc. 2017 Sep.31(9):3737-3742. Pubmedid: 28364157.
  • Gonzalez-Ciccarelli LF, Quadri P, Daskalaki D, Milone L, Gangemi A, Giulianotti PC. Robotic approach to hepatobiliary surgery. Chirurg. 2017 Jan.88(Suppl 1):19-28. Pubmedid: 27481268.
  • Zaidi N, Daskalaki D, Quadri P, Okoh A, Giulianotti PC, Berber E. The current status of robotic transaxillary thyroidectomy in the United States: an experience from two centers. Gland Surg. 2017 Aug.6(4):380-384. Pubmedid: 28861379. Pmcid: PMC5566663.
  • Quadri P, Gonzalez-Heredia R, Masrur M, Sanchez-Johnsen L, Elli EF. Management of laparoscopic adjustable gastric band erosion. Surg Endosc. 2017 Apr.31(4):1505-1512. Pubmedid: 27553794.
  • Falco J, Dip F, Quadri P, de la Fuente M, Rosenthal R. Cutting Edge in Thyroid Surgery: Autofluorescence of Parathyroid Glands. J Am Coll Surg. 2016 Aug.223(2):374-380. Pubmedid: 27212004.

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