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Crab Claw Diverticulitis

Knapp, Albert B; Dawson, Shane
PMID: 30935935
ISSN: 1097-6779
CID: 3783942

Successful infliximab therapy for a duodenal stricture caused by Crohn's disease [Letter]

Knapp, Albert B; Mirsky, Felice J; Dillon, Evan H; Korelitz, Burton I
PMID: 16306777
ISSN: 1078-0998
CID: 65341

The HBV and HCV pandemics: Health, political, and security challenges

Knapp, AB
ISSN: 0032-3195
CID: 56286

Endoscopic retrieval of a small bowel enteroscopy capsule lodged in a Zenker's diverticulum [Case Report]

Knapp, Albert B; Ladetsky, Lynn
PMID: 15880307
ISSN: 1542-3565
CID: 56073

A retro disease on the loose. Rise of hepatitis C in prisons may fuel outbreak in general population [Editorial]

Knapp, Albert
PMID: 15876002
ISSN: 0160-7480
CID: 52635


Chapter by: Knapp AB
in: Totally dairy-free cooking by Lanza L; Morton L [Eds]
New York : William Morrow, 2000
pp. ?-?
ISBN: 0688169090
CID: 4454

Viral hepatitis [Book Review]

Knapp AB
ISSN: 0003-4819
CID: 73106

Hepatic complications of inflammatory bowel disease

Chapter by: Knapp, Albert B
in: Management of inflammatory bowel disease by Korelitz BI; Sohn N [Eds]
St. Louis : Mosby Year Book, 1992
pp. 31-33
ISBN: 0801664934
CID: 4455

Figuring out why a patient is yellow

Knapp AB
ISSN: 1040-8681
CID: 73105

Cirrhosis as a consequence of graft-versus-host disease [Case Report]

Knapp AB; Crawford JM; Rappeport JM; Gollan JL
A 28-yr-old woman with severe idiopathic aplastic anemia received an HLA-identical mixed lymphocyte culture nonreactive bone marrow transplant from her brother. In the months after successful engraftment, she developed cutaneous and hepatic graft-versus-host disease, associated with marked cholestatic jaundice. Despite a series of therapeutic maneuvers, cholestasis persisted but remained relatively stable over the ensuing 10 yr. However, serial liver biopsies revealed progressive biliary-type fibrosis culminating in cirrhosis. Subsequently, her clinical course deteriorated and she developed signs of hepatic failure, and ultimately died 10.5 yr after bone marrow transplantation. The evolution of chronic graft-versus-host disease to cirrhosis may be a limiting factor in the long-term survival of this group of bone marrow transplant recipients. The lack of correlation between the stable clinical or biochemical indices and the progressive hepatic disease underscores the need for sequential liver biopsies in patients with sustained liver function abnormalities after bone marrow transplantation
PMID: 3539693
ISSN: 0016-5085
CID: 20460