Dr. William Lee Hasler MD
Gastroenterologist | Gastroenterology1500 East Medical Center Dr 3rd Floor Taubman Ct Ann Arbor MI, 48109
Dr. William Hasler is a gastroenterologist practicing in Ann Arbor, MI. Dr. Hasler specializes in the digestive system and its diseases that affect the gastrointestinal tract, which include organs from the mouth to the anus as well as liver disorders. Gastroenterology includes conditions such as hepatitis, peptic ulcer disease, colitis, nutritional problems and irritable bowel syndrome. Dr. Hasler performs colonoscopy and endoscopy procedures and provides accurate and thorough care for patients suffering from digestive issues.
Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM- Gastroenterology
Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM
- American Gastroenterological Association medical position statement on anorectal testing techniques. American Gastroenterological Association.
- New insights into the pathogenesis of rumination: what's coming up next.
- The problem of delayed emesis after cancer chemotherapy: a possible new treatment.
- Serotonin receptor physiology: relation to emesis.
- Protein meals reduce nausea and gastric slow wave dysrhythmic activity in first trimester pregnancy.
- Garlic breath explained: why brushing your teeth won't help.
- The brute force approach to electrical stimulation of gastric emptying: A future treatment for refractory gastroparesis?
- Neostigmine for acute colonic pseudo-obstruction: new use for an old drug?
- Novel approaches to the treatment of nausea and vomiting.
- 5-HT(3) antagonist therapy of bulimia nervosa: a peripherally active agent for a central nervous system eating disorder?
- The benefits of dietary fiber on glycemic control in type 2 diabetes: relevance to gastroenterologists.
- Are things looking up for the treatment of gastroparesis? Sildenafil in animal models of diabetic gastropathy.
- Effects of nutrients and serotonin 5-HT3 antagonism on symptoms evoked by distal gastric distension in humans.
- Persistent colonic inflammation in postinfectious IBS: symptom cause or curiosity?
- Nizatidine enhances the gastrocolonic response and the colonic peristaltic reflex in humans.
- Air apparent: studies of gas and bloating in IBS.
- Physiology and pathophysiology of the interstitial cells of Cajal: from bench to bedside. VI. Pathogenesis and therapeutic approaches to human gastric dysrhythmias.
- Celiac sprue as a possible cause of symptoms in presumed irritable bowel syndrome.
- Impaired gastrocolonic response and peristaltic reflex in slow-transit constipation: role of 5-HT(3) pathways.
- Baclofen effects on esophageal function: a possible therapy for GERD?
- The irritable bowel syndrome.
- The stomach and weight reduction: the role of ghrelin.
- The irritable bowel syndrome during pregnancy.
- Systematic review: Abdominal and pelvic surgery in patients with irritable bowel syndrome.
- Is constipation caused by a loss of colonic interstitial cells of Cajal?
- Pharmacotherapy for intestinal motor and sensory disorders.
- Angiodysplasia and von Willebrand's disease type IIB treated with estrogen/progesterone therapy.
- Gastric neurostimulation for gastroparesis: time to pick up the pace.
- Lactulose breath testing, bacterial overgrowth, and IBS: just a lot of hot air?
- Stem cell defects as a possible cause of Hirschsprung's disease.
- Safety profile of tegaserod, a 5-HT4 receptor agonist, for the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome.
- Lysine as a serotonin receptor antagonist: using the diet to modulate gut function.
- Selective reversal of hyperglycemia-evoked gastric myoelectric dysrhythmias by nitrergic stimulation in healthy humans.
- Directed endoscopic mucosal mapping of normal and dysrhythmic gastric slow waves in healthy humans.
- American Gastroenterological Association medical position statement: diagnosis and treatment of gastroparesis.
- American Gastroenterological Association technical review on the diagnosis and treatment of gastroparesis.
- Preventing postoperative nausea and vomiting: a comprehensive comparison of treatments.
- Nausea, gastroparesis, and aerophagia.
- Intestinal electrical stimulation: a possible treatment for morbid obesity?
- Fecal flora in irritable bowel syndrome: characterization using molecular methods.
- Cholecystokinin at physiological levels evokes pancreatic enzyme secretion via a cholinergic pathway.
- Searching for the bitter truth: insights into receptors for taste.
- Cisapride acts on muscarinic (glandular M2) receptors to induce contraction of isolated gastric myocytes: mediation via a calcium-phosphoinositide pathway.
- Characterization of receptors mediating the effects of dopamine on gastric smooth muscle.
- Modulation of intestinal gas dynamics in healthy human volunteers by the 5-HT receptor agonist tegaserod.
- Nutrient modulation of intestinal gas dynamics in healthy humans: dependence on caloric content and meal consistency.
- Motility of the small intestine.
- Irritable bowel syndrome and bloating.
- Type 1 diabetes and gastroparesis: diagnosis and treatment.
- Gastroparesis: symptoms, evaluation, and treatment.
- Gastroparesis--current concepts and considerations.
- American Neurogastroenterology and Motility Society consensus statement on intraluminal measurement of gastrointestinal and colonic motility in clinical practice.
- Management of gastroparesis.
- Factors associated with symptom response to pyloric injection of botulinum toxin in a large series of gastroparesis patients.
- Methods of gastric electrical stimulation and pacing: a review of their benefits and mechanisms of action in gastroparesis and obesity.
- Coupling and propagation of normal and dysrhythmic gastric slow waves during acute hyperglycaemia in healthy humans.
- Effect of octreotide on intestinal motility and bacterial overgrowth in scleroderma.
- Serotonin and the GI tract.
- Motility of the antroduodenum in healthy and gastroparetics characterized by wireless motility capsule.
- Traditional thoughts on the pathophysiology of irritable bowel syndrome.
- Generalized transit delay on wireless motility capsule testing in patients with clinical suspicion of gastroparesis, small intestinal dysmotility, or slow transit constipation.
- Gastroparesis: pathogenesis, diagnosis and management.
- A technical review and clinical assessment of the wireless motility capsule.
- New vision in video capsule endoscopy: current status and future directions.
- Can high-resolution anorectal manometry shed new light on defecatory disorders?
- Geography lessons: scrutinizing state-by-state differences in inpatient gastroparesis care.
- Pathology of emesis: its autonomic basis.
- Challenges of managing pain in constipation-predominant IBS: clinical perspectives on antinociceptive actions of linaclotide.
- Emerging drugs for the treatment of gastroparesis.
- The use of SmartPill for gastric monitoring.
- Symptomatic management for gastroparesis: antiemetics, analgesics, and symptom modulators.
- Regional gastrointestinal transit and pH studied in 215 healthy volunteers using the wireless motility capsule: influence of age, gender, study country and testing protocol.
- Blunting of Colon Contractions in Diabetics with Gastroparesis Quantified by Wireless Motility Capsule Methods.
- Rome IV - Gastroduodenal Disorders.
- Rome IV-Functional GI Disorders: Disorders of Gut-Brain Interaction.
- Endoscopic Gastric Food Retention in Relation to Scintigraphic Gastric Emptying Delays and Clinical Factors.
- Newest Drugs for Chronic Unexplained Nausea and Vomiting.
- Opioids and GI Motility-Friend or Foe?
- Measurement of in vivo Gastrointestinal Release and Dissolution of Three Locally Acting Mesalamine Formulations in Regions of the Human Gastrointestinal Tract.
- Gas and Bloating.
- Low Buffer Capacity and Alternating Motility along the Human Gastrointestinal Tract: Implications for in Vivo Dissolution and Absorption of Ionizable Drugs.
- Diabetes and the Stomach.
- In Vivo Dissolution and Systemic Absorption of Immediate Release Ibuprofen in Human Gastrointestinal Tract under Fed and Fasted Conditions.
- Hyperglycemia alters perception of rectal distention and blunts the rectoanal inhibitory reflex in healthy volunteers.
- GABA mediation of the dual effects of somatostatin on guinea pig ileal myenteric cholinergic transmission.
- Down-regulation of motilin receptors on rabbit colon myocytes by chronic oral erythromycin.
- Nicotine effects on prostaglandin-dependent gastric slow wave rhythmicity and antral motility in nonsmokers and smokers.
- Octreotide reduces perception of rectal electrical stimulation by spinal afferent pathway inhibition.
- Role of plasma vasopressin as a mediator of nausea and gastric slow wave dysrhythmias in motion sickness.
- Pancreatic enzymes and colonic strictures with cystic fibrosis: a case-control study.
- Differential symptomatic and electrogastrographic effects of distal and proximal human gastric distension.
- Differential effects of amitriptyline on perception of somatic and visceral stimulation in healthy humans.
- Differential 5-HT3 mediation of human gastrocolonic response and colonic peristaltic reflex.
- In search of the cause of idiopathic intestinal pseudo-obstruction: is there a viral etiology?
- Visceral analgesia: an emerging concept for managing functional gastrointestinal disease.
- The expanding spectrum of clinical uses for botulinum toxin: healing of chronic anal fissures.
- Low- versus high-dose azithromycin triple therapy for Helicobacter pylori infection.
- University of Michigan Affiliated Hospitals 1986
- Internal Medicine Gastroenterology, University of Michigan Health System 1989
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