Dr. Donna A. Caniano M.D.
Surgeon (Pediatric) | Pediatric Surgery555 S. 18th Street Columbus OH, 43205
Dr. Donna Caniano practices Pediatric Surgery in Columbus, OH. Dr. Caniano treats children who have an illness, injury, or disease that requires surgery. Some of the surgical problems seen by pediatric surgeons are often quite different from those commonly seen by adult or general surgeons. Dr. Canianodiagnoses, treats, and manages childrens surgical needs such as abnormalities of the groin in childhood and, surgical repair of birth defects, surgical care of tumors, transplantation operations, and endoscopic procedures.
SurgeryAmerican Board of SurgeryABS- Pediatric Surgery
- Hypokinetic gallbladder disease: a cause of chronic abdominal pain in children and adolescents.
- Duodenum inversum mimicking mesenteric artery syndrome.
- Ethical considerations in prenatal surgical consultation.
- Metastatic paraganglioma and paraneoplastic-induced anemia in an adolescent: treatment with hepatic arterial chemoembolization.
- Ethical issues in treating infants with very low birth weight.
- Functional urinary tract obstruction developing in fetuses with isolated gastroschisis.
- Ethical challenges in the care of infants with intestinal failure and lifelong total parenteral nutrition.
- Streamlining the care of patients with hypertrophic pyloric stenosis: application of a clinical pathway.
- The impact of culture on the patient-surgeon relationship.
- Editor's note: How we do it: repair of recurrent inguinal hernia.
- Recognition of recurrent gastroesophageal reflux following antireflux surgery in the neurologically disabled child: high index of suspicion and definitive evaluation.
- Rectal myopathy in chronically constipated children.
- Inguinal herniorrhaphy in young infants: perianesthetic complications and associated preanesthetic risk factors.
- Clinical manifestations of appendiceal pinworms in children: an institutional experience and a review of the literature.
- CT scans may not reduce the negative appendectomy rate in children.
- Keys to career satisfaction: insights from a survey of women pediatric surgeons.
- Ethical issues in the management of neonatal surgical anomalies.
- Sequelae of antireflux surgery in profoundly disabled children.
- Breast disorders in the adolescent patient.
- Wound management with vacuum-assisted closure: experience in 51 pediatric patients.
- Endothelin-1 in human intestine resected for necrotizing enterocolitis.
- Alveolar capillary dysplasia: a logical approach to a fatal disease.
- Informed consent for emergency surgery in infants and children.
- Cecostomy in children with defecation disorders.
- Racial and socioeconomic disparity in perforated appendicitis among children: where is the problem?
- Intestinal O2 consumption in necrotizing enterocolitis: role of nitric oxide.
- A leap in faith: the impact of removing the surgeon from the level II trauma response.
- Colonic manometry as predictor of cecostomy success in children with defecation disorders.
- Effect of Nissen fundoplication on gastric motor and sensory functions.
- Ethics and the pediatric surgeon.
- The impact of managing moderately injured pediatric trauma patients without immediate surgeon presence.
- A cultural diversity curriculum: combining didactic, problem-solving, and simulated experiences.
- Definitive exclusion of biliary atresia in infants with cholestatic jaundice: the role of percutaneous cholecysto-cholangiography.
- Blunt intraabdominal arterial injury in pediatric trauma patients: injury distribution and markers of outcome.
- Pediatric thoracic outlet syndrome: a disorder with serious vascular complications.
- Complete bilateral tracheobronchial disruption in a child with blunt chest trauma.
- Rare but serious complications of central line insertion.
- Ethical issues in pediatric bariatric surgery.
- Colonic diverticulitis in adolescents: an index case and associated syndromes.
- Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation as a lifesaving modality in the treatment of pediatric patients with burns and respiratory failure.
- Ultrasound prediction of growth abnormalities in fetuses with gastroschisis.
- An individualized approach to the management of gastroschisis.
- Management of Hirschsprung's disease in children with trisomy 21.
- Emerging ethical issues in pediatric surgery.
- Difficult central venous access removal: case reports of the use of endovascular snare shearing of endothelialized tetherings.
- Safety of ketorolac in surgical neonates and infants 0 to 3 months old.
- The failed antireflux procedure: analysis of risk factors and morbidity.
- Extensive short-bowel syndrome in neonates: outcome in the 1980s.
- Carcinoid tumors in children and adolescents: risk for second malignancies.
- The pathophysiology of Hirschsprung's-associated enterocolitis: importance of histologic correlates.
- Program Strengths and Opportunities for Improvement Identified by Residents During ACGME Site Visits in 5 Surgical Specialties.
- Resident and Faculty Perceptions of Program Strengths and Opportunities for Improvement: Comparison of Site Visit Reports and ACGME Resident Survey Data in 5 Surgical Specialties.
- The piebald-lethal murine strain: investigation of the cause of early death.
- Resolution of an infected intracardiac thrombus.
- Hirschsprung's disease. Identification of risk factors for enterocolitis.
- Newborns with massive intestinal loss: difficult choices.
- Intestinal aganglionosis: a histologic and acetylcholinesterase histochemical study.
- Streptococcal sepsis presenting as acute abdomen in a child with transient hypogammaglobulinemia of infancy.
- Effect of intestinal denervation on intestinal vascular response to severe arterial hypoxia in newborn swine.
- Meconium ileus: a fifteen-year experience with forty-two neonates.
- Pancreatic pseudocyst complicating treatment of acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
- Child abuse. An update on surgical management in 256 cases.
- Pediatric surgery and the media.
- Intracranial pressure monitoring in the management of the pediatric trauma patient.
- End-of-life decisions for surgical neonates: experience in The Netherlands and United States.
- Results of a national survey on ethics education in general surgery residency programs.
- Analysis of clinical bioethics teaching in pediatric surgery residency.
- Metastatic pure papillary thyroid carcinoma presenting as a toxic hot nodule.
- Childrens Hosp, Pediatric Surgery-Surgery; Albany Med Ctr Hosp, General Surgery; Johns Hopkins Hosp, Pediatric Surgery-Surgery
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