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A Unique Case of Pentaorchidism [Case Report]

Myers, Amanda; Morganstern, Bradley; Fine, Ronnie
Polyorchidism is a rare congenital anomaly with less than 200 case reports in literature. Triorchidism, the condition of having 3 testicles, is the most common presentation. We present an unusual case of a patient who was diagnosed with 5 testicles by magnetic resonance imaging. To the best of our knowledge, this rare presentation has not previously been reported in the medical literature.
PMID: 28336287
ISSN: 1527-9995
CID: 5014942

Single-Center Experience of Vedolizumab in Patients With Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Does Age Matter? [Meeting Abstract]

Morganstern, Bradley; Singh, Namita; Targan, Stephan; Landers, Carol J; Nguyen, Minh; Vasiliauskas, Eric A; Shih, David; Feldman, Edward J; Ippoliti, Andrew; McGovern, Dermot; Dubinsky, Marla; Rabizadeh, Shervin; Melmed, Gil Y
ISSN: 1528-0012
CID: 1902882

Genetic Associations With Preferential 6TGN Metabolizers Reveal Novel Pathways Involved in Purine Metabolism [Meeting Abstract]

Minh Nguyen; Pourmorady, Jonathan S; Morganstern, Bradley; Yan, Xiaofei; Zhang, Alice; Karsan, Sundip S; Fleshner, Phillip; Vasiliauskas, Eric A; Melmed, Gil; Ippoliti, Andrew; Targan, Stephan; McGovern, Dermot; Shih, David
ISSN: 1528-0012
CID: 1902872

Non-Goblet Cell Columnar Metaplasia of the Esophagus: "Is it, Was it, or Will it Be Barrett's Esophagus?" [Meeting Abstract]

Patel, Kalpesh K; Lee, Michelle H; Morganstern, Bradley; Polydorides, Alexandros D; Ananadasbapathy, Sharmila
ISSN: 1528-0012
CID: 1902892

GERD and Barrett's esophagus: diagnostic and management strategies in the geriatric population

Morganstern, Bradley; Anandasabapathy, Sharmila
Chronic gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a risk factor for the development of Barrett's esophagus, the predominant precursor to esophageal adenocarcinoma. It is important for the primary care physician to identify those at greatest risk of developing Barrett's esophagus for referral for appropriate endoscopic screening. Many older patients display atypical symptoms or may be asymptomatic. The primary care physician must maintain a high index of suspicion and refer anyone who may potentially be at risk of Barrett's esophagus to a gastroenterologist. Once a diagnosis of Barrett's esophagus is made, appropriate endoscopic surveillance is indicated. For patients who have progressed to dysplasia, endoscopic therapy has become the preferred treatment modality because of its comparable efficacy to surgical resection with lower morbidity and mortality.
PMID: 19586085
ISSN: 1936-5764
CID: 1902862