Dr. Joe Files is a hematology internist practicing in Jackson, MS. Dr. Files 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
Univ of Ms Sch of Med, Jackson Ms 1972
Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM- Hematology
- Double heterozygosity for the codon beta 39 C-to-T nonsense mutation and a triplicate alpha-globin gene locus can cause "dominantly" inherited beta-thalassemia intermedia.
- Utilization of parenteral nutrition in patients receiving peripheral blood stem cell transplantation.
- Unusual skin lesions in chronic myelomonocytic leukemia.
- Postpartum plasma exchange as adjunctive therapy for severe acute fatty liver of pregnancy.
- Bone marrow transplantation: a new treatment approach for Mississippians.
- Pregnancy complicated by preeclampsia-eclampsia with the syndrome of hemolysis, elevated liver enzymes, and low platelet count: how rapid is postpartum recovery?
- Hematuria--a rare presentation of Hodgkin lymphoma.
- COPBLAM III: infusional combination chemotherapy for diffuse large-cell lymphoma.
- Focal glomerulosclerosis in Hodgkin's disease necessitating peritoneal dialysis.
- Transient acquired factor X deficiency: report of the use of activated clotting concentrate to control a life-threatening hemorrhage.
- Systemic treatment of cancer in the elderly.
- Race, age, and pernicious anemia.
- Chronic granulocytic leukemia after renal transplantation.
- Automated erythrocyte exchange in fulminant falciparum malaria.
- Autoimmune thrombocytopenic purpura: current concepts and recommended practices.
- Post-partum treatment of a patient with a factor VIII inhibitor.
- Effect of aggressive daunomycin therapy on survival in acute promyelocytic leukemia.
- Case records of the Department of Medicine University of Mississippi Medical Center. Renal cell carcinoma and amyloidosis in a menorrhagic female.
- Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura: evolution across 15 years.
- University Hosp, Internal Medicine
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