Subject Areas on Research
- A review of rectal biopsy.
- Analysis of colorectal cancer screening regimens.
- Barriers to full colon evaluation for a positive fecal occult blood test.
- Cancer screening before and after switching to a high-deductible health plan.
- Colonic Perforation Secondary to Retained Biliary Stent.
- Colorectal cancer incidence differs within ethnic Chinese.
- Colorectal cancer screening in asymptomaic adults: comparison of colonoscopy, sigmoidoscopy and fecal occult blood tests.
- Colorectal cancer screening in young patients with poor health and severe comorbidity.
- Colorectal screening patterns and perceptions of risk among African-American users of a community health center.
- Distant Harrington rod migration 35 years after implantation.
- Gastrointestinal manifestations of amyloidosis.
- Longitudinal adherence to fecal occult blood testing impacts colorectal cancer screening quality.
- Manipulating perceptions of colorectal cancer threat: implications for screening intentions and behaviors.
- Prolapsing mucosal polyps: an underrecognized form of colonic polyp--a clinicopathological study of 15 cases.
- Self-affirmation moderates effects of unrealistic optimism and pessimism on reactions to tailored risk feedback.
- Teaching by endoscopy simulation.
- Trends in up-to-date status in colorectal cancer screening, North Carolina, 1998-2002.
- Use of computer graphics simulation for teaching of flexible sigmoidoscopy.
Keywords of People
- Gellad, Ziad F., Associate Professor of Medicine, Medicine, Gastroenterology
- Olsen, Maren Karine, Professor of Biostatistics & Bioinformatics, Biostatistics & Bioinformatics
- Yancy Jr., William Samuel, Professor of Medicine, Medicine, General Internal Medicine