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Monday, Dec. 3, 2012, 2:08 p.m.
 

Five ear, nose and throat specialists who make up the Metropolitan ENT Associates practice will join UPMC as of Jan. 1.

Drs. James E. Blaugrund, Scott E. Celin, Steven R. Jones, Philip A. Pollice and Michael S. Srodes diagnose and manage conditions of the sinuses, larynx, oral cavity, ear, mouth, throat and facial and neck structures.

Thyroid and parathyroid diseases are treated, for example, and allergy, audiology and speech pathology services are offered.

The physicians will continue to see patients at clinical locations Uptown and in McCandless, Green Tree, Wexford and Brentwood.

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