Dr. Thomas Vincent Adamkiewicz MD
Gastroenterologist (Pediatric) | Pediatric Gastroenterology1513 Cleveland Ave Bldg 500 Atlanta GA, 30344
Thomas Adamkiewicz MD is a primary care doctor who specializes in family medicine, hematology & oncology.Dr. Adamkiewicz is licensed to practice in Georgia. He practices family medicine, hematology & ...
Education and Training
Univ De Montreal- Fac De Med- Montreal- Que- Canada 1982
PediatricsAmerican Board of PediatricsABP- Pediatric Hematology-Oncology
- Peripheral vs. central blood cultures in patients admitted to a pediatric oncology ward.
- Increased blood culture sensitivity in pediatric oncology patients: is it the peripheral culture or increased collected blood volume?
- Genetic polymorphisms linked to susceptibility to malaria.
- Plasma BDNF and PDGF-AA levels are associated with high TCD velocity and stroke in children with sickle cell anemia.
- Contribution of Sickle Cell Disease to the Pediatric Stroke Burden Among Hospital Discharges of African-Americans-United States, 1997-2012.
- Natural killer lectin-like receptors have divergent carboxy-termini, distinct from C-type lectins.
- Neonatal Clostridium sordellii toxic omphalitis.
- Plastic bronchitis: an unusual complication associated with sickle cell disease and the acute chest syndrome.
- Infection due to Yersinia enterocolitica in a series of patients with beta-thalassemia: incidence and predisposing factors.
- Ny & Presby Hp-P Whitney Cln, Pediatrics; Mc Gill Univ Fac Med Hosp, Pediatrics; Mc Gill Univ Fac Med Hosp, Flexible Or Transitional Year
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- Cholera and Diarrhea
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- Study Says Six Meals a Day is Best for Diabetic Patients
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- Celiac Disease Patients No Longer Considered High-Risk for Cancer
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- How Long Does the Stomach Flu Last?
What is a stomach flu?Gastroenteritis, also known as the "stomach flu" or "gastric flu", is the inflammation of the lining of the stomach and intestines. It is usually caused by a virus attacking the gastrointestinal system, although it can also be brought about by bacterial or parasitic...
- Growing Concerns with Gluten Lead to Surge in Gluten-Free Magazines
Multiple Health Issues Discourage Gluten in FoodsCeliac disease, a genetic problem that causes the immune system to attack the small intestine where gluten is ingested, is now estimated to affect 1 out of every 100 people worldwide. It can be tracked due to a DNA marker which indicates its presence....