Dinesh Vyas
San Joaquin General Hospital
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#1Ravina Sidhu (California Northstate University College of Pharmacy)
#2Perneet Powar (California Northstate University College of Pharmacy)
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457Gastrointestinal Cancer Mortality Rate Global Trends Over the Last Century Background: Global gastroenterology cancer mortality trends have drastically changed over past decades due to alteratio...
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#2Josiah Chang (California Northstate University College of Pharmacy)H-Index: 1
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Background: Colonoscopy screenings are the most valuable tool in preventing colorectal mortalities. The traditional technique uses air-insufflation, but water-infusion is a newer colonoscopy technique which is rapidly becoming standard of care, as it may decrease patient discomfort and the need for analgesics and anesthetics. Research is still ongoing as to the comparability of detection rates between the two techniques. The purpose of this study was to determine if training residents in underwa...
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Checkpoint inhibitors are introduced as a therapy for clinical use for various cancers, and clinicians are documenting new adverse effects. This is the first case report to the best of our knowledge of a patient on checkpoint inhibitor presenting with both polyendocrinopathy and gangrenous gallbladder disease with a mass negative for malignancy.71-year-old man presented four years after his initial diagnosis of stage IV, unresectable, non-ulcerated, acryl, lentiginous malignant melanoma. On pres...
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#1Soujanya Sodavarapu (San Joaquin General Hospital)H-Index: 1
#2Tyler McGrew (St. George's University)
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e19028Background: California acts as a boiling pot for immigration and the perfect ecosystem to study epigenetic changes from dietary and environmental factors in various ethnicities. It has a sign...
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#1Soujanya Sodavarapu (San Joaquin General Hospital)H-Index: 1
#2Kate Hatter (St. George's University)
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e19029Background: California has the most immigrants of any state in the U.S., with approximately a quarter of the residents being foreign-born. The impact of migration on breast cancer incidences ...
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#1Dinesh Vyas (San Joaquin General Hospital)H-Index: 1
#2Kaivalya Deshpande (University of Pittsburgh)
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One of the significant driving factors behind global trauma morbidity and mortality is underdeveloped and underrepresented pre-hospital care services in areas of need.
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#1Viktor Limanskiy (San Joaquin General Hospital)H-Index: 1
#2Arpita VyasH-Index: 13
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: The molecular scalpel of clustered regularly interspersed short palindromic repeats/CRISPR associated protein 9 (CRISPR/Cas9) technology may be sharp enough to begin cutting the genes implicated in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and consequently decrease the 6.3 billion dollar annual financial healthcare burden in the treatment of IBD. For the past few years CRISPR technology has drastically revolutionized DNA engineering and biomedical research field. We are beginning to see its application...
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