Dr. M. Hicks is a pathologist practicing in Conroe, TX. Dr. Hicks is a doctor who specializes in the study of bodily fluids and tissues. As a pathologist, Dr. Hicks can help your primary care doctor make a diagnosis about your medical condition. Dr. Hicks may perform a tissue biopsy to determine if a patient has cancer, practice genetic testing, and complete a number of laboratory examinations. Pathologists can also perform autopsies which can determine a persons cause of death and gain information about genetic progression of a disease.
PathologyAmerican Board of PathologyABP- Pediatric Pathology
- Enamel caries initiation and progression after argon laser irradiation: in vitro argon laser systems comparison.
- Neuroendocrine tumors (carcinoid and neuroendocrine carcinoma) presenting at extra-appendiceal sites in childhood and adolescence.
- Activation of the GLI oncogene through fusion with the beta-actin gene (ACTB) in a group of distinctive pericytic neoplasms: pericytoma with t(7;12).
- Burkholderia gladioli osteomyelitis in association with chronic granulomatous disease: case report and review.
- Retrospective clinical and radiologic evaluation of nonsurgical endodontic treatment in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection.
- Defective mitochondrial peroxiredoxin-3 results in sensitivity to oxidative stress in Fanconi anemia.
- Deficiency of P-selectin or P-selectin glycoprotein ligand-1 leads to accelerated development of glomerulonephritis and increased expression of CC chemokine ligand 2 in lupus-prone mice.
- Outcomes of children with proliferative lupus nephritis: the role of protocol renal biopsy.
- Patched haploinsufficient mouse rhabdomyosarcoma overexpress secreted phosphoprotein 1 and matrix metalloproteinases.
- A 7-year-old with progressive mandibular expansion.
- In vivo transformation of mouse conventional CD8alpha+ dendritic cells leads to progressive multisystem histiocytosis.
- Massive but selective cytokine dysregulation in the colon of IL-10-/- mice revealed by multiplex analysis.
- Clear cell sarcoma of soft tissue: diagnostic utility of fluorescence in situ hybridization and reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction.
- Maintaining the integrity of the enamel surface: the role of dental biofilm, saliva and preventive agents in enamel demineralization and remineralization.
- Minimal change disease with IgM+ immunofluorescence: a subtype of nephrotic syndrome.
- Infantile fibrosarcoma: clinical and histologic responses to cytotoxic chemotherapy.
- Cellular mesoblastic nephroma (infantile renal fibrosarcoma): institutional review of the clinical, diagnostic imaging, and pathologic features of a distinctive neoplasm of infancy.
- Pathologic changes of skin and hair in ankyloblepharon-ectodermal defects-cleft lip/palate (AEC) syndrome.
- An unusual presentation of a vascular birthmark: a focal area of congenital lipoatrophy on the buttock.
- Oral and maxillofacial pathology case of the month. Tonsillolith.
- Cell-specific gene expression in Langerhans cell histiocytosis lesions reveals a distinct profile compared with epidermal Langerhans cells.
- Acellular cadaveric dermis decreases the inflammatory response in capsule formation in reconstructive breast surgery.
- Oral and maxillofacial pathology. Case of the month. Chemical mucosal burn with purpura.
- Endoscopic specimen pouch technique for removal of giant fibroadenomas of the breast.
- Case of the month. Peripheral odontogenic keratocyst.
- Endothelial nitric oxide synthase inhibits the development of autoimmune-mediated vasculitis in mice.
- Pediatric autopsy consent: helping families create hope out of despair.
- Primary malignant pancreatic neoplasms in children and adolescents: a 20 year experience.
- Integrated multimodal genetic testing of Ewing sarcoma--a single-institution experience.
- Cytogenetic analysis in the diagnosis and management of lipoblastomas: results from a single institution.
- Recurrent hemangioendothelioma in a pediatric patient: report and review of the literature.
- Excess LIGHT contributes to placental impairment, increased secretion of vasoactive factors, hypertension, and proteinuria in preeclampsia.
- Local foreign-body reaction to commercial biodegradable implants: an in vivo animal study.
- State of the art review in gonadal dysgenesis: challenges in diagnosis and management.
- Elevated placental adenosine signaling contributes to the pathogenesis of preeclampsia.
- Further evidence that human acellular dermal matrix decreases inflammatory markers of capsule formation in implant-based breast reconstruction.
- Risk-Based Therapy for Localized Osteosarcoma.
- Dermatologic findings of focal dermal hypoplasia (Goltz syndrome).
- Nephron Progenitor But Not Stromal Progenitor Cells Give Rise to Wilms Tumors in Mouse Models with β-Catenin Activation or Wt1 Ablation and Igf2 Upregulation.
- Rapid, noninvasive quantitation of skin disease in systemic sclerosis using optical coherence elastography.
- A novel prognostic model for osteosarcoma using circulating CXCL10 and FLT3LG.
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