Internal Medicine Residents Author Abstracts Accepted for Presentation at American College of Gastroenterology National Meeting

August 5, 2015

Congratulations our residents, who have authored eight abstracts that were accepted for presentation at the American College of Gastroenterology national meeting this Fall!

Abstracts accepted for presentation at American College of Gastroenterology 2015 National Meeting:

  1. There are eyes in team -- and they affect adenoma detection Sonia Taneja, Navid Hejazifar, Timothy Dougherty, Marie L. Borum
  2. Access to care may narrow ethnic disparities in colorectal adenomas Sonia Taneja, Navid Hejazifar, Timothy Dougherty, Marie L. Borum
  3. Intervals Matter: Increased Rates of Colorectal Neoplasia with Delayed Surveillance Samah Nessereddine, Sonia Taneja, Navid Hejazifar, Timothy Dougherty, Marie L. Borum
  4. Obesity does not increase adenoma prevalence: Patients should be encouraged to pursue colonoscopy Samah Nessereddine, Sonia Taneja, Navid Hejazifar, Timothy Dougherty, Marie L. Borum
  5. Breast Cancer as an individual risk factor for increased adenoma detection: A retrospective study Brandon Rieders, Jessica Davis, Sonia Taneja, Aung Myint, Samah Nassereddine, Lakshmi Lattimer, Vikesh Khanijow, Marie L. Borum
  6. A rare case of isolated ileocolic mesenteric tuberculosis infection in an immuno-competent patient Aung Myint and Marie L. Borum
  7. Adenoma Detection Rate Does Not Differ in Screening Colonoscopies Performed in the Morning or Afternoon Navid Hajazifar, Sonia Taneja, M. Aamir Ali, Marie L. Borum
  8. Mid-Day Nadir in Adenoma Detection Rates Suggests that Scheduled Endoscopists’ Breaks Can Optimize Colorectal Cancer Screening Navid Hajazifar, Sonia Taneja, M. Aamir Ali, Marie L. Borum