Dr. Lila A Wallis M.D.
Hematologist (Blood Specialist) | Hematology440 Milan Hollow Rd Rhinebeck NY, 12572
Dr. Lila Wallis is a hematology internist practicing in Rhinebeck, NY. Dr. Wallis specializes in cases of suspected blood disorders when a diagnosis is unclear and further medical care is needed. Hematology internists work with other specialists such as surgeons, radiation therapists and gynecologists in order to get a better understanding on the cases. Often, patients are asked to participate in clinical research that could result in more efficient treatment methods.
Education and Training
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons 1951
Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM- Endocrinology and Metabolism
- Learning to treat women patients: practical advice for internists.
- Improving care in accident and emergency departments.
- Injuries associated with airbag deployment.
- Lack of change in trauma care in England and Wales since 1994.
- Multiple myeloma and the adult Fanconi syndrome. I. Report of a case with crystal-like deposits in the tumor cells and in the epithelial cells of the kidney.
- The adult Fanconi syndrome. II. Review of eighteen cases.
- DIFFUSE SKELETAL HEMANGIOMATOSIS: REPORT OF TWO CASES AND REVIEW OF LITERATURE.
- Hormone replacement therapy: decision making in an age of uncertainty.
- Self assessment exercises--legal and ethical dilemmas in medicine.
- Self-assessment questions in the management of ophthalmic emergencies.
- Age related reference ranges for respiration rate and heart rate from 4 to 16 years.
- Status epilepticus -- a plea for phenobarbitone.
- Validation of the Paediatric Triage Tape.
- Age related reference ranges of respiratory rate and heart rate for children in South Africa.
- The Cape Triage Score: a new triage system South Africa. Proposal from the Cape Triage Group.
- New York Methodist Hospital Program
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