Her primary areas of investigation include Surgery, Internal medicine, Retrospective cohort study, Incidence and Epidemiology. Her Surgery research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cause of death and Risk factor. As part of her studies on Internal medicine, she often connects relevant subjects like Gastroenterology.
Cathy D. Schleck combines subjects such as Crohn's disease, Receiver operating characteristic, Infliximab and Medical record with her study of Retrospective cohort study. Her Incidence research incorporates themes from Odds ratio, Natural history, Common Terminology Criteria for Adverse Events and Biopsy. Her studies in Epidemiology integrate themes in fields like Esophagus and Etiology.
Her primary areas of study are Surgery, Internal medicine, Arthroplasty, Gastroenterology and Retrospective cohort study. She interconnects Osteoarthritis, Incidence and Confidence interval in the investigation of issues within Surgery. Her research in Incidence intersects with topics in Rochester Epidemiology Project and Risk factor.
Her studies deal with areas such as Rotator cuff, Orthopedic surgery, Implant, Range of motion and Shoulder joint as well as Arthroplasty. Her Retrospective cohort study study frequently links to related topics such as Complication. Cathy D. Schleck has included themes like Eosinophilic esophagitis and Pediatrics in her Epidemiology study.
Surgery, Internal medicine, Arthroplasty, Physical therapy and Gastroenterology are her primary areas of study. Her Hazard ratio research extends to Surgery, which is thematically connected. Her study looks at the intersection of Internal medicine and topics like Placebo with Escitalopram.
Cathy D. Schleck works mostly in the field of Arthroplasty, limiting it down to concerns involving Shoulders and, occasionally, Survivorship curve and Radiography. Her Physical therapy research includes themes of Orthopedic surgery, Total hip arthroplasty and Cohort. Her Gastroenterology research also works with subjects such as
Cathy D. Schleck mostly deals with Surgery, Arthroplasty, Retrospective cohort study, Internal medicine and Shoulders. Her work in Surgery tackles topics such as Hazard ratio which are related to areas like Body mass index. Cathy D. Schleck combines subjects such as Osteoarthritis and Implant with her study of Arthroplasty.
Her Retrospective cohort study study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Pneumothorax, Adverse effect, Hematoma and Liver biopsy. Her Internal medicine research includes elements of Gastroenterology and Escitalopram. As part of one scientific family, Cathy D. Schleck deals mainly with the area of Cohort study, narrowing it down to issues related to the GERD, and often Physical therapy.
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The safety profile of infliximab in patients with Crohn's disease: The Mayo Clinic experience in 500 patients
Jean Frederic Colombel;Edward V. Loftus;William J. Tremaine;Laurence J. Egan.
Dyspepsia and dyspepsia subgroups: A population-based study
NJ Talley;AR Zinsmeister;CD Schleck;LJ Melton.
The probability of malignancy in solitary pulmonary nodules. Application to small radiologically indeterminate nodules.
Stephen J. Swensen;Marc D. Silverstein;Duane M. Ilstrup;Cathy D. Schleck.
JAMA Internal Medicine (1997)
Pouchitis after ileal pouch-anal anastomosis for ulcerative colitis occurs with increased frequency in patients with associated primary sclerosing cholangitis.
C Penna;R Dozois;W Tremaine;W Sandborn.
Complications of diagnostic cerebral angiography: evaluation of 19,826 consecutive patients.
Timothy J. Kaufmann;John Huston;Jay N. Mandrekar;Cathy D. Schleck.
Effect of femoral head diameter and operative approach on risk of dislocation after primary total hip arthroplasty.
Daniel J. Berry;Marius von Knoch;Cathy D. Schleck;William S. Harmsen.
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, American Volume (2005)
Contemporary management of acute mesenteric ischemia: Factors associated with survival.
Woosup M. Park;Peter Gloviczki;Kenneth J. Cherry;John W. Hallett.
Journal of Vascular Surgery (2002)
Risk of intestinal cancer in inflammatory bowel disease: a population-based study from olmsted county, Minnesota.
Tine Jess;Edward V. Loftus;Fernando S. Velayos;W. Scott Harmsen.
Epidemiology of Eosinophilic Esophagitis Over Three Decades in Olmsted County, Minnesota
Ganapathy A. Prasad;Jeffery A. Alexander;Cathy D. Schleck;Alan R. Zinsmeister.
Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology (2009)
Early postoperative complications are not increased in patients with Crohn's disease treated perioperatively with infliximab or immunosuppressive therapy
Jean Frédéric Colombel;Edward V Loftus;William J Tremaine;John H Pemberton.
The American Journal of Gastroenterology (2004)
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