Dr. David Mark Easty M.D.
Emergency Physician1061 Harmon Ave Suite 1d03 Fort Stewart GA, 31314
Dr. David Easty practices Emergency Medicine in Fort Stewart, GA. Dr. Easty assesses patients who seek immediate medical attention at any time of day or night. Emergency Medicine Physicians are trained to efficiently work with each patient and situation no matter how acute or life-threatening. Dr. Easty examines patients, determines means of testing, diagnoses conditions, and decides the best treatment methods.
Education and Training
Uniformed Services University of The Health Sciences,Bethesda, Md, United States 1997
Emergency MedicineAmerican Board of Emergency MedicineABEM
- Time-lapse filming of cellular interactions within living tissues. III. The role of cell shape.
- Prostaglandins and cancer.
- The action of ribonuclease on neoplastic growth. III. Studies by interference microscopy.
- A cell compressor for the measurement of mass and concentration by interference microscopy.
- Specific reactions of polyelectrolytes with the surfaces of normal and tumour cells.
- The inhibition of tumour growth by enzymes in tissue culture.
- Studies of cellular adhesiveness.
- AN ORGAN CULTURE SYSTEM FOR THE EXAMINATION OF TUMOR INVASION.
- THE USE OF HUMAN CELLS IN TISSUE CULTURE AS A METHOD OF CANCER CHEMOTHERAPEUTIC SCREENING.
- Hydrolysis of organic nitrates.
- Decreasing the time to defibrillation: a comparative study of defibrillator electrode designs.
- Screening of 12 Gliomata Against Chemotherapeutic Agents in Vitro.
- Biological studies of ten human squamous carcinoma cell lines: an overview.
- Aspirin inhibition of in vitro osteolysis stimulated by parathyroid hormone and PGE1.
- Measurement of the ability of cells to infiltrate normal tissues in vitro.
- Morphology of astrocytomas in tissue culture: optical and stereoscan microscopy.
- The growth of heterologous tumour cells in chick embryos.
- The distribution of heterologous tumour cells in chick embryos following intravenous injection.
- Establishment of an in vitro cell line from the rabbit VX2 carcinoma.
- Selective culture of epithelioid cells from a human squamous carcinoma using a monoclonal antibody to kill fibroblasts.
- Interactions between normal epithelial and squamous carcinoma cells in monolayer culture.
- Ten human carcinoma cell lines derived from squamous carcinomas of the head and neck.
- Some mechanisms of local bone destruction by squamous carcinomas of the head and neck.
- Five human tumour cell lines derived from a primary squamous carcinoma of the tongue, two subsequent local recurrences and two nodal metastases.
- San Antonio Unif Ser Hlth Edu, Emergency Medicine
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