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- Head & neck oncology
I am a consultant Otorhinolaryngologist (or Ear, Nose and Throat surgeon) with over 20 years' experience in this speciality. I qualified in Oxford University having previously studied at Cambridge. I provide a full adult (over 16 years of age) diagnostic service for all problems relating to ears, nose and throat. I have access to a microscope to examine ears, and a flexible endoscope to examine the throat and voice box when necessary.
I have a specialist interest in voice disorders including the singing voice and have a long personal history as a choral singer.
SInce I work as part of a multi-disciplinary team for the treatment of cancer in the head and neck, including salivary glands, and as this facility only functions in the NHS, once a diagnosis has been reached, I will not treat such patients in the private sector.
I see patients privately at Longfield Consulting Rooms, and operate at St Joseph's Hospital, Malpas, Newport, GWENT.
Areas of interest
ENT diagnosis; voice disorders; neck lump management; tonsillitis management; nasal polyps and nasal disorders.
Current NHS consultant posts held
ENT and Head & Neck surgeon, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board, South Wales.
Outcomes from head and neck cancer management.
Watching rugby and singing. Often at the same time.
Ingrams DR, Dhingra JK, Roy K, Perrault Jr, DF, Bottrill ID, Kabani S, Rebeiz EE, Pankratov MM, Shapshay SM, Manoharan R, Itzkan I, Feld MS. ‘Autofluorescence characteristics of oral mucosa.’ Head and Neck, 19: 27-32, 1997.
Ingrams DR, Burton MB, Goodwin A, Graham JM. ‘Pulmonary oedema after laryngospasm.’ Journal of Laryngology and Otology 111: 482-484, 1997.
Ingrams DR, Sukin SW, Ashton P, Valtonen HJ, Pankratov MM, Shapshay SM. ‘Does slow release 5-fluorouracil and triamcinolone reduce subglottic stenosis?’ Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery 118: 174-7, 1998.
McFerran DJ, Ingrams DR, Fife DG, Grant HR. ‘Functional endoscopic sinus surgery: are junior doctors being properly trained?’ Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons 80: 359-363, 1998.
Ingrams DR, Volk MS, Biesman BS, Pankratov MM, Shapshay SM. ‘Sinus surgery - does mitomycin C reduce stenosis?’ Laryngoscope 108: 883-6, 1998.
Ingrams DR, Hein D, Marks N. ‘Laryngocoele: an anatomical variant.’ Journal of Laryngology and Otology 113: 675-7, 1999.
Ingrams DR, Ashton P, Dhingra J, Shah R, Shapshay SM. ‘Slow release 5 fluorouracil and triamcinolone reduces subglottic stenosis in rabbit model.’ Annals of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology 109: 422-424, 2000
Sanyaolu LN, Jemah A, Stew B, Ingrams D R. The role of transnasal oesophagoscopy in the management of globus pharyngeus and non-progressive dysphagia. Ann R Coll Surg Engl. 98(1):49-52, 2016
Harris AS, Passant CD, Ingrams DR. How Reliably Can Computed Tomography Predict Thyroid Invasion Prior To Laryngectomy? Early view 10.1002/lary.26927 , Laryngoscope, 128 (5), 1099-1102, 2017
Kamhieh, Y, Ingrams DR, Glossolaryngectomy Cohort Study: Survival, Function And Quality Of Life. Clin Otol, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/coa.13121, 2018
- MA Cambridge University 1988
- BM BCh Oxford University 1987
- FRCS (ORL-HNS) Intercollegiate Specialty Board 1998
Reference number 3251005
Details of entry to specialist register
- Otolaryngology, 1999
- Longfield196 Stow HillNEWPORTNP20 4HB
- 14:00 - 17:00
- 01633 762023
Post treatment communication
Following treatment of a Bupa member, I will communicate with GPs in line with Department of Health, GMC and appropriate professional bodies guidelines.