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  • Vargas, H. The use of botulinum toxin in the head and neck. Practical Reviews: Otolaryngology. Sept, 2005.
  • Williams EF, Vargas H, Lam Samuel M, Rodgers BJ, Dahiya R. Midfacial rejuvenation via an endoscopic browlift approach: A critical evaluation of a five-year experience. Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery
  • Vargas H, Hove CR, Dupree ML, Williams EF. The treatment of facial verrucae with the pulsed dye laser. Laryngoscope, Sept, 2002, 112(9), 2573-6.
  • Vargas H, Mouzakis J, Purdy S, Cohn A, Parnes SM. Follicular dendritic cell tumor: An aggressive head and neck tumor. American Journal of Otolaryngology, March-April, 2002, 23(2), 93-8
  • Vargas H, NazeerT, Conti D, Parnes SM. Post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorder of the nasopharynx. American Journal of Rhinology, 2002, 16(1), 37-42.
  • Vargas H, Jennings TA, Galati LT. Unusual paranasal sinus tumors presenting with common rhinologic complaints. Ear, Nose & Throat Journal, October, 2001, 80(10), 724-729, 93-98.
  • Vargas H, Pittman S, Johnson J Galati LT. More aggressive behavior of squamous cell carcinoma of the anterior tongue in young women. Laryngoscope, October, 2000, 110(10), 1623-1626.
  • Vargas H, Galati LT, Parnes SM. A pilot study evaluating the treatment of parotid sialoceles with Botulinum Toxin Type A. Archives of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, March, 2000, 126, 421-424
  • Dray T, Vargas H, Weidner N, Sofferman RA. Lymphoepitheliomas of the laryngohypopharynx. American Journal of Otolaryngology, Sept-Oct, 1998, 19(4), 263-266.
  • Vargas H, Sudilousky D, Kaplan MJ, Weidner N. Mixed tumors, Polymorphous low-grade adenocarcinomas of the salivary gland: Pathogenic implications and differential diagnosis using Ki-67(MIB-1), S-100 and BCL-2. Applied Immunohistochemistry, 1997, 5(1), 8-16.
  • Neuman E, Huleatt JW, Vargas H, Rupp EE, Jack RM. Regulation of MHC class 1 synthesis and expression by human neutophils. Journal of Immunology, 1992, 148(11), 3520-7.
  • Kelsey JE, Vargas H. Medial septal lesions disrupt spatial but not nonspatial working memory in rats. Behavioral Neuroscience, August, 1993, 107(4), 565-74.



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