diving and undersea medicine for the non-medical diver, the non-diving
physician and the specialist.
CV for Allen M.
Dekelboum, M. D.
Consultant in ENT
Scubadoc's Diving Medicine
Primary and Secondary Education - San Francisco public schools
A.B. - University of California, Berkeley, - 1956
M.D. - University of Chicago - 1960
Internship - Surgery - University of California, San Francisco- 1960-1961
Residency - Surgery
- Pacific Presbyterian
San Francisco - 1961-1962
Otolaryngology, Head &
of California, San Francisco - 1962-1965
License: Licensed in
examination, 1961 A-19876
Board Certification: American Board of Otolaryngology - 1965
Military Service: U. S. Navy 1951-1955
Retired member, San Francisco and California Medical Societies
Retired fellow - American Academy of Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery
Retired fellow - American College of Surgeons
Member - Undersea & Hyperbaric Medical Society
Member - South Pacific Undersea Medical Society
Private practice - Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery, 1965 to 1997.
Retired Staff - California Pacific Medical Center UCSF/Mount Zion Hospital
Chief, Department of Otolaryngology, Mount Zion Hospital 1970 - 1976
Secretary-Treasurer, Medical Staff, Children’s Hospital - 1980-1984
Consultant, Head & Neck Surgery, West Coast Cancer Foundation 1971-1980; Saroni Tumor Institute, 1965-1998
Clinical Professor Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery,
University of California, San Francisco. Have supervised numerous residents at SFGH, SFVAH, UCSF, Children’s Hospital and Mount Zion Hospital since 1965.
of California, San Francisco - Diving Medicine, Otolaryngologic Pathology.
Medicine, Annual Course in
University of California, 1989 to present.
Dekelboum, A. M.; Papillomas of the Larynx, Arch Otol, 1965.
Dekelboum, A. M.; Hazardous Marine Life, Sources, 1990.
Dekelboum, A. M.; Idiopathic Sensori-neural Hearing Loss and HBO, Pressure, May-June, 1998.
articles, all aspects of
course in diving medicine,
UHMS/NOAA - 1983.
Have been course lecturer in otolaryngologic aspects of diving medicine since 1988.
Lecturer, all aspects of diving medicine, HUB-CME, 1983-present
Moderator, Section on Barotrauma, International meeting of European Undersea Baro-trauma Society - UHMS, Amsterdam - 1990.
Speaker and member of panel, Fitness to Dive - Otolaryngology, Pre-course, UHMS, Halifax, Nova Scotia - 1983
Control Board, California
Academy of Sciences,
San Francisco, 1985 to present
Research Associate, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, Department of Invertebrate Zoology & Geology. Have been actively working in that department since 1998.
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