Dr. Kimberly Bazar is an internist practicing in San Jose, CA. Dr. Bazar specializes in the medical treatment of adults. Internists can act as a primary physician or a consultant to a primary physician. They manage both common and rare diseases. Dr. Bazar provides comprehensive care and manages treatment with surgeons as well. Internists establish long-term relationships with their patients and incorporate disease prevention and mental health care into their practice.
Education and Training
Duke University School of Medicine 1994
DermatologyAmerican Board of DermatologyABD
- Many diseases may reflect dysfunctions of autonomic balance attributable to evolutionary displacement.
- Autonomic dysregulation as a basis of cardiovascular, endocrine, and inflammatory disturbances associated with obstructive sleep apnea and other conditions of chronic hypoxia, hypercapnia, and acidosis.
- Acute coronary syndromes and heart failure may reflect maladaptations of trauma physiology that was shaped during pre-modern evolution.
- Conditions of aging as manifestations of sympathetic bias unmasked by loss of parasympathetic function.
- Temporal variation of autonomic balance and diseases during circadian, seasonal,
- Menstrual variation of autonomic balance may be a factor in exacerbations of
- Modulation of autonomic balance by tumors and viruses.
- Modulation of host immunity by HIV may be partly achieved through usurping host autonomic functions.
- Clinical benefits of hydration and volume expansion in a wide range of illnesses may be attributable to reduction of sympatho-vagal ratio.
- Can thromboembolism be the result, rather than the inciting cause, of acute vascular events such as stroke, pulmonary embolism, mesenteric ischemia, and venous thrombosis?: a maladaptation of the prehistoric trauma response.
- Paradoxical strategy for treating chronic diseases where the therapeutic effect is derived from compensatory response rather than drug effect.
- Integrating the theories of Darwin and Bernoulli: maladaptive baroreceptor network dysfunction may explain the pathogenesis of aortic aneurysms.
- Multiple asymptomatic papules in the popliteal fossa.
- Univ Ca Sf Sch Of Med, Internal Medicine
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