Dr. Jonathan P. Terdiman MD
Gastroenterologist | Gastroenterology2330 Post St San Francisco CA, 94115
Dr. Jonathan Terdiman is co-director of the Center for Inflammatory Bowel Disease and the Colorectal Cancer Prevention Program at UCSF Medical Center. His research interests include colorectal cancer ...
Education and Training
Columbia Univ Coll of Physicians And Surgeons, New York Ny 1989
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons 1989
Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM- Gastroenterology
- Genetic testing in hereditary colorectal cancer: indications and procedures.
- Genomic events in the adenoma to carcinoma sequence.
- Efficient detection of hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer gene carriers by screening for tumor microsatellite instability before germline genetic testing.
- Altered distribution of beta-catenin, and its binding proteins E-cadherin and APC, in ulcerative colitis-related colorectal cancers.
- Colonoscopic management of lower gastrointestinal hemorrhage.
- HNPCC: an uncommon but important diagnosis.
- Comparison of selection strategies for genetic testing of patients with hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal carcinoma: effectiveness and cost-effectiveness.
- Colorectal cancer screening: scientific review.
- Colorectal cancer screening: clinical applications.
- Hereditary polyposis syndromes and hereditary non-polyposis colorectal cancer.
- Evidence-based analysis: postoperative gastric bleeding: etiology and prevention.
- Aspirin curbs colon polyps. But for many, bleeding risks may offset benefits.
- Genotype and phenotype of patients with both familial adenomatous polyposis and thyroid carcinoma.
- Gross versus microscopic pancolitis and the occurrence of neoplasia in ulcerative colitis.
- BRAF mutation is frequently present in sporadic colorectal cancer with methylated hMLH1, but not in hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer.
- Early predictors of severe lower gastrointestinal bleeding and adverse outcomes:
- The mechanism of microsatellite instability is different in synchronous and metachronous colorectal cancer.
- Intentional infliximab use during pregnancy for induction or maintenance of remission in Crohn's disease.
- Infliximab and semen quality in men with inflammatory bowel disease.
- Colorectal cancer at a young age.
- Low rate of microsatellite instability in young patients with adenomas: reassessing the Bethesda guidelines.
- Adalimumab use in pregnancy.
- A comparison of the phenotype and genotype in adenomatous polyposis patients with and without a family history.
- Endoscopic management of familial colonic neoplasia.
- It is time to get serious about diagnosing Lynch syndrome (hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer with defective DNA mismatch repair) in the general population.
- Colonoscopy is superior to flexible sigmoidoscopy for colorectal cancer screening: now beyond a reasonable doubt?
- Promoting use of colorectal cancer screening tests. Can we change physician behavior?
- Embarrassment is a major barrier to colon cancer prevention, especially among women: a call to action.
- Ulcerative colitis patients with dysplastic polyps should be advised to undergo colectomy.
- Screening colonoscopy: the benefits are durable, but are they as great as we thought?
- Refining colorectal cancer screening recommendations based on gender.
- Prevention of postoperative recurrence in Crohn's disease.
- Hereditary diffuse gastric cancer: surveillance endoscopy is not enough to save lives.
- Tumor histology helps to identify Lynch syndrome among colorectal cancer patients.
- Controversies in the treatment of Crohn's disease: the case for an accelerated step-up treatment approach.
- "Did you check my colon for flat polyps?" Should patients and colonoscopists really be concerned?
- The early use of immunosuppression reduces morbidity in patients with moderately severe or severe Crohn's disease.
- Oncology training for the gastroenterologist: a test-case for subspecialization in gastroenterology?
- Association of large serrated polyps with synchronous advanced colorectal neoplasia.
- Gender as a risk factor for advanced neoplasia and colorectal cancer: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
- MYH-associated disease: attenuated adenomatous polyposis of the colon is only part of the story.
- NCCN clinical practice guidelines in oncology. Colorectal cancer screening.
- Screening prevalence and incidence of colorectal cancer among American Indian/Alaskan natives in the Indian Health Service.
- The prevention of colitis-related cancer by 5-aminosalicylates: an appealing hypothesis that remains unproven.
- Durability of infliximab dose intensification in Crohn's disease.
- Serologic markers associated with development of Crohn's disease after ileal pouch anal anastomosis for ulcerative colitis.
- Colorectal cancer screening.
- Selective Versus Universal Screening for Lynch Syndrome: A Six-Year Clinical Experience.
- Screening for Lynch syndrome: it is time to shift the focus.
- Constitutional MLH1 methylation presenting with colonic polyposis syndrome and not Lynch syndrome.
- Successful implementation of Lynch syndrome screening in a safety net institution.
- Differences in neuropsychological and behavioral parameters and brain structure in patients with familial adenomatous polyposis: a sibling-paired study.
- Lower gastrointestinal neuroendocrine neoplasms associated with hereditary cancer syndromes: a case series.
- Endoscopy is of low yield in the identification of gastrointestinal neoplasia in patients with dermatomyositis: A cross-sectional study.
- The importance of accurate diagnosis and vigorous care of the patient with liver disease and gastrointestinal hemorrhage.
- Update on upper gastrointestinal bleeding. Basing treatment decisions on patients' risk level.
- Crohn's Disease
- Acid Reflux
- Colon Cancer
- Colon Polyps
- Univ Ca Sf Sch Of Med, Gastroenterology; Univ Ca Sf Med Ctr, Critical Care Medicine-Internal Medicine
- University Ca Sf Med Center
- Ucsf Med Center 1992
- UCSF Medical Center
- Ucsf Med Center 1966
- UCSF Medical Center, Gastroenterology 1996
- UCSF Medical Center
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