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Brett T. Comer, MD

Brett T. Comer, MD

Practice Area

  • Ear, Nose and Throat (Otolaryngology)
  • Head and Neck Surgery
  • Pediatric Ear Nose and Throat (Otolaryngology)
  • Rhinology, Sinus, and Anterior Skull Base Surgery
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  • About

    Faculty Rank

    Associate Professor of Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery
    Residency Program Director

    Degree

    Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis

    Residency

    University of Kentucky

    Fellowship

    Rhinology & Anterior Skull Base Surgery, Medical College of Georgia, Georgia Regents University, Augusta

    Certifications and Special Training

    American Board of Otolaryngology

  • Locations

    Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery (ENT)

    Kentucky Clinic building
    Kentucky Clinic
    Third Floor, Wing C,
    740 S. Limestone
    Lexington KY 40536
    Fax: 859-257-4644

    Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) - Morehead

    Morehead ENT & Facial Plastic Surgery Clinic
    206 W. First St.
    Morehead KY 40351

    This clinic is held Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

    Insurance Information

    Insurance policies can vary widely. Please check with your doctor/clinic for specific insurance information before your visit or procedure to avoid unexpected out-of-pocket costs. See list of insurers Arrow Pointing Right

  • Publications

    Publications

    1. Factors associated with patient no-show rates in an academic otolaryngology practice. Fiorillo, CE, Hughes, AL, Chen, IC, Westgate, PM, Gal, TJ, Bush, ML, Comer, BT. Laryngoscope, 2018; 128(3): 626-631.
    2. Endoscopically assisted Crawford tube placement results in shorter general anesthesia times in pediatric patients. Dobberpuhl MR, Timoney PJ, Comer BT. Amer J Rhinol Allergy, 2018; 32(1): 31-33(3).
    3. Audible sphenoid-sellar fistula: an unusual complication of transphenoidal surgery. Alfonso KP, Comer BT. Laryngoscope, 2016; 126(9): E314-316.
    4. Product comparison in otolaryngology: modern model using absorbable hemostatic agents after endoscopic sinus surgery. Antisdel J, Meyer A, Comer BT, Jang D, Gurrola J, Khabbaz E, Christopher K, Kountakis S. Laryngoscope, 2016; 126: Supplement S2.
    5. IgG4 related disease presenting as a neck mass. Hughes AL, Comer BT. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 2015; 153(3): 476-7.
    6. Aspirin sensitivity does not compromise quality of life outcomes in patients with Samter’s triad. Jang DW, Comer BT, Lachanas VA, Kountakis SE. Laryngoscope, 2014; 124(1): 34-37.
    7. Frontal sinus septations predict the presence of supraorbital ethmoid cells. Comer BT, Kincaid NW, Smith NJ, Wallace JH, Kountakis SE. Laryngoscope, 2013; 123(9): 2090-2093.
    8. The association between supraorbital ethmoid air cells and orbital proptosis in patients with chronic rhinosinusitis. Comer BT, Kincaid NW, Kountakis SE. Int Forum Allergy Rhinol, 2013; 3: 147-149.
  • Clinical Interests

    • Cerebrospinal Fluid Leaks
    • Chronic Nasal Obstruction
    • Chronic Sinusitis
    • Endoscopic Sinus Surgery
    • Inverting Papillomas
    • Nasal Polyps
    • Deviated Septum
    • Frontal Sinus Disease
    • Mucoceles
    • Turbinate Disorders
    • Disorders of Taste and Smell
    • Samter’s Triad (Aspirin Exacerbated Respiratory Disease)