Dr. Steven D Lidofsky M.D.
Hepatologist | Hepatology111 Colchester Ave Burlington VT, 05401
Dr. Steven Lidofsky is a hepatologist practicing in Burlington, VT. Dr. Lidofsky specializes in the study of body parts such as the liver, the biliary tree, the gallbladder and the pancreas. Hepatologists manage disorders in these areas and are specifically known for treating viral hepatitis. Patients who have received liver transplants also follow up with hepatologists after their procedure.
Education and Training
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons 1982
Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM- Gastroenterology
- Severe hepatotoxicity associated with bromfenac sodium.
- Activation of potassium and chloride channels by tumor necrosis factor alpha. Role in liver cell death.
- Cloning and functional expression of a liver isoform of the small conductance Ca2+-activated K+ channel SK3.
- Purinergic-independent calcium signaling mediates recovery from hepatocellular swelling: implications for volume regulation.
- Calcium mobilization evoked by hepatocellular swelling is linked to activation of phospholipase Cgamma.
- Transmembrane electrical potential difference regulates Na+/HCO3- cotransport and intracellular pH in hepatocytes.
- Src regulates distinct pathways for cell volume control through Vav and phospholipase Cgamma.
- Peginterferon alfa-2b and ribavirin for treatment-refractory chronic hepatitis C.
- Plasma membrane H(+)-HCO3- transport in rat hepatocytes: a principal role for Na(+)-coupled HCO3- transport.
- Ca2+-activated IK1 channels associate with lipid rafts upon cell swelling and mediate volume recovery.
- Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease: diagnosis and relation to metabolic syndrome and approach to treatment.
- Myosin light chain kinase and Src control membrane dynamics in volume recovery from cell swelling.
- Na(+)-Ca2+ exchange in cultured rat hepatocytes: evidence against a role in cytosolic Ca2+ regulation or signaling.
- Hospitalization for variceal hemorrhage in an era with more prevalent cirrhosis.
- Impact of physician specialty on quality care for patients hospitalized with decompensated cirrhosis.
- Convergent and parallel activation of low-conductance potassium channels by calcium and cAMP-dependent protein kinase.
- Enhanced secretion of glycocholic acid in a specially adapted cell line is associated with overexpression of apparently novel ATP-binding cassette proteins.
- Fulminant hepatic failure.
- Regulation of hepatic Na(+)-HCO3- cotransport and pH by membrane potential difference.
- Intracranial pressure monitoring during liver transplant without venovenous bypass for fulminant hepatic failure.
- Liver transplantation for fulminant hepatic failure.
- Alanine uptake activates hepatocellular chloride channels.
- University of Colorado Denver Affiliated Hospitals
- University of California-San Francisco School of Medicine Gastroenterology
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