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1. 2007 The Future of Surgical Simulation and Surgical Robotics Mar Bull Amer Coll Surg 14-19.
2. 2006 Robotics in colorectal surgery: telemonitoring and telerobotics Surg Clin North Am. 2006 Aug;86(4):927-36
3. 2006 Looking forward Surg Endosc. 2006 Apr;20 Suppl 2:S503-4. Epub 2006 Mar 24.
4. 2006 Virtual reality surgical simulator: the first steps Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2006 Jan;442:2-4
5. 2006 Surgeon responsibility in the era of "outrageous science" Surg Endosc.2006 Nov 16
6. 2005 Days 2 and 3 of the dawn of modern military surgery: the sequel to Senn J Am Coll Surg. 2005 Mar;200(3):316-20
7. 2005 Virtual reality simulation for the operating room: proficiency-based training as a paradigm shift in surgical skills training Ann Surg. 2005 Feb;241(2):364-72.
8. 2005 The scientific method is dead--long live the (new) scientific method. Surg Innov. 2005 Jun;12(2):173-6
9. 2005 The nature of surgical error: a cautionary tale and a call to reason Surg Endosc. 2005 Aug;19(8):1014-6. Epub 2005 Jul 21
10. 2005 Mental workload: a new parameter for objective assessment? Surg Innov. 2005 Mar;12(1):79
11. 2005 Identification and reduction of surgical error using simulation Minim Invasive Ther Allied Technol. 2005;14(4):257-61
12. 2005 Identification and reduction of surgical error using simulation Minim Invasive Ther Allied Technol. 2005;14(4):257-61
13. 2004 Telepresence and telementoring in surgery. Stud Health Technol Inform. 2004;104:200-6
14. 2004 Training to proficiency: aircraft to OR Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2004 Oct;130(10):1145-6
15. 2004 Disruptive visions: predictive simulation--between scientific method and clinical trial is the role of modeling and simulation in scientific discovery and validation Surg Endosc. 2004 Sep;18(9):1297-8
16. 2004 Face, content and construct validity of the University of Washington virtual reality transurethral prostate resection trainer J Urol. 2004 Nov;172(5 Pt 1):1953-7.
17. 2004 Identifying and reducing errors with surgical simulation. Qual Saf Health Care. 2004 Oct;13 Suppl 1:i19-26
18. 2004 The last thing we need is another journal, but... Surg Innov. 2004 Dec;11(4):277-8
19. 2004 Future trends in the design and application of surgical robots Semin Laparosc Surg. 2004 Jun;11(2):129-35.
20. 2003 Now is not soon enough Surg Endosc. 2003 Aug;17(8):1326-7.
21. 2003 Minimally invasive surgery task decomposition--etymology of endoscopic suturing. Stud Health Technol Inform. 2003;94:295-301
22. 2003 Surgical Competence and Surgical Proficiency: Definitions, Taxonomy and Metrics J Amer Coll Surg. (accepted, June, 2003)
23. 2003 Introduction to Robotic Surgery Giulianotti PC, Marescaux J, Ballantyne G. Robotic, Telerobotic & Telepresence Surgery (Lippincott, Williams Wilkins: New York) (in press, May 2003)
24. 2003 Robotic Surgery: From Past to Future – A Personal Journey. Surg Clin NA (accepted Mar, 2003)
25. 2003 Discriminative Validity of the MIST-VR Using Expert Performance Criteria Levels. accepted Surg Endosc, Mar 2003
26. 2002 Military research needs in biomedical informatics J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2002 Sep-Oct;9(5):509-19
27. 2002 Reliability and Validity of EndoTower, a Virtual Reality Trainer for Angled Endoscope Navigation Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 2002, January 2002.
28. 2002 Reliability and validity of Endotower, a virtual reality trainer for angled endoscope navigation Stud Health Technol Inform. 2002;85:179-84
29. 2002 Laparoscopic surgery, robots, and surgical simulation: Moral and ethical issues.. Seminar,.Laparosc Surg. 2002 Dec;9(4):230-8
30. 2002 Optimal Training Strategy for laparoscopic Psychomotor skill acquisition with virtual reality Accepted Surg Endosc Nov, 2002
31. 2002 An objective test of perceptual ability that predicts laparoscopic technical skill in three initial studies of laparoscopic performance. Surg Endosc. Submitted Jul, 2002
32. 2002 Disruptive Visions: Operating Room of the Future Surg Endo, In Press April 2002
33. 2002 Virtual reality as a metric for the assessment of laparoscopic psychomotor skills. Surg Endosc. 2002 Jul 29
34. 2002 Virtual Reality Training Improves Operating Room Performance: Results of a Randomized, Double-blinded Study Ann Surg. 2002 Oct;236(4):458-64
35. 2002 Metrics for Training and Assessing Surgical Technical Performance. American College of Surgeons Handbook on Patient Safety. Accepted for publication. (July, 2002)
36. 2002 A Methodology for Objective Assessment of Errors: An Example Using an Endoscopic Sinus Surgery Simulator (ES3) Oto Clinics of NA. 35 (2002) 1-13
37. 2002 Disruptive Visions: Surgeon responsibility during the era of change . Surg Endos., In Press April 2002
38. 2002 Metrics for Objective Assessment: Preliminary Summary of the Surgical Skills Workshop Surg Endos, accepted March 2002
39. 2002 The Early Chronicles A Personal Historical Perspective Surg Laparosc Endosc Percutan Tech. 2002 Feb;12(1):6-16
40. 2002 Medical Applications of Virtual Environments Handbook of Virtual Environments Design, Implementation, and Applications, CH. 47, pp. 937-957, January 2002
41. 2001 The Physiologic Cipher Telemedicine on Everest GPS World, pg 20, October 2001.
42. 2001 Medical Applications for Wearable Computing Fundamental of Wearable Computers and Augmented Reality, Barfield, W and Caudell, T, (Editors), Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers, ch. 21, pp. 649-662, 2001.
43. 2001 Accomplishment and challenges of surgical simulation, Dawnng of the next-generation surgical education Surgical Endoscopy, Vol 15, No. 3, pp.232-241, March 2001
44. 2001 Biointelligence Age: Implications for the future of medicine Stud Health Technol Inform. 81:vii-x, 2001
45. 2001 Symposium: Robotic Surgery State of the Art and future trends. Contemporary Surgery, Vol. 57, no. 10, October 2001
46. 2001 Commentary: Minimally invasive surgery and its role in space exploration Surg Endosc, 15: 1530, 2001
47. 2001 POCT in Remote and Extreme Environments CASE G, pp 409-410, 2001
48. 2001 Evaluation of Structured and Quantitative Training Methods for Teaching Intracorporeal Knot Tying Surgical Endoscopy, Vol 16, pp. 130-137, November 2001
49. 2001 Telemedicine and Real-time Monitoring of Climbers Telemedicine and Teledermatology, Krager Publishing, accepted December 5, 2001.
50. 2000 Health care after the information age: The Bio-Intelligence Age National Committee for Quality Health Cares Annual Conference Report, Chapter 4, pp. 27-32, Nov. 2000
51. 2000 Telemedicine at the Top of the World: The 1998 and 1999 Everest Extreme Expeditions. Telemedicine Journal and e-Health, vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 315-325, November 2000.
52. 2000 The Physiologic Cipher at Altitude: Telemedicine and Real-Time Monitoring of Climbers on Mount Everest Telemedicine Journal and e-Health, vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 303-313, November 2000
53. 2000 Next Millennium Surgical Tools of Telepresence and Virtual Reality: Combining Enhanced Surgical Skills, Advanced Surgical Training, Performance Assessment, and Outcomes Analysis Perspectives in Colon and Rectal Surgery, Vol. 13, no 1, pp. 53-66, November 2000
54. 2000 Endoscopic Surgery in Weightlessness: Investigation of Basic Principles for Surgery in Space Surgical Endoscopy, October 2000
55. 2000 Preparing Surgeons for the 21ST Century, Implications of Advanced Technologies Surgical Clinics of North America, Minimal Access Surgery, Part 1, vol. 80, no 4, pp. 1353 – 1365, August 2000
56. 2000 Medicine and Surgery in the Information Age Medicine in 21 Century for SafeUniverse Website, July 2000.
57. 2000 Innovative technologies The Information Age and the BioIntelligence Age Surgical Endoscopy Ultrasound and Interventional Techniques, 14, pp. 417-418, 2000
58. 2000 New Imaging Strategies for Laparoscopic Management of Cancer Seminars in Laparoscopic Surgery, Vol. 7, no. 7, pp. 87-92, June 2000.
59. 2000 Accomplishments and challenges of surgical simulation Dawning of the next-generation surgical education Surgical Endoscopy (submitted), May 2000
60. 2000 Virtual Reality for Medical Applications The American Journal of Anesthesiology, Vol. XXVII, no. 4, pp. 197-198, May 2000.
61. 2000 The Technology contribution to the Future of Preventive Medicine Preventive Health Supercourse, May 2000
62. 2000 Virtual Colonoscopy Contemporary Surgery, Vol. 56, No. 5, pp. 310-321. May 2000.
63. 1999 Virtual reality in medicine BMJ Interview by Judy Jones, 319 (7220): 1305, November 1999.
64. 1999 The need for metrics in surgical education Surgical Endoscopy, vol 13, no. 11, p. 1082, November 1999
65. 1999 Future Technologies for Medical Applications in Space Space Manufacturing 12 Challenges and Opportunities, pp. 262-265, October 1999
66. 1999 Emerging Technologies for Surgery in the 21st Century Archives of Surgery, 134: 1197-1202: November 1999.
67. 1999 Future Technologies for Surgical Applications Minimal Access Cardiothoracic Surgery, Yim, Hazelrigg, Izzat, Landreneau, Mack, Naunheim ch. 83, p. 657-663, 1999.
68. 1999 Telepresence Surgery and Other Technologies Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery, ch. 38 p. 347-352, Spring 1999
69. 1999 The 1998 Everest Extreme Expedition: Telemedicine at the Top of the World Telemedicine Journal, vol 5, no. 1, 1999
70. 1999 Technology and Virtual Reality Telemedicine Journal, vol. 5, no. 1 spring 1999
71. 1998 Transitioning to the future Journal American College of Surgeons, Vol 6, pp. 691-692, June 1998
72. 1998 Optimization of an articulated instrument for enhanced dexterity in minimally invasive therapy Minimally Invasive Therapy & Allied Technology: 7/4: 335-342 1998.
73. 1998 Three-dimensional ultrasonographic telepresence Telemed Telecare: 4 (4) 224-30, 1998
74. 1998 Laparoscopic Surgery Transition to the Future Technologic Advances in Urology: Implication for the 21st Century, volume 25, no. 1, 0094-0173, Feb. 1998
75. 1998 Beyond Laparoscopic Surgery: Robotics and Telepresence Surgery Laparoscopic Surgery, ch. 24: 277-285, 1998
76. 1998 Current Status of Virtual Reality Surgical Simulators. Laparoscopic Surgery, ch. 21: 252-262, 1998.
77. 1998 Otolaryngology in the Information Age The Otolaryngologic Clinics of North America, 31(2): 241-253, April 1998
78. 1998 Accelerating Technology Transfer: New Relationships for Academia, Industry and Government. Medicine Meets Virtual Reality, Washington DC, IOS Press, 1­-6, 1998
79. 1998 Advanced Technologies, Concepts and Prototypes in Minimally Invasive Surgery. Minimal Access Thoracic Surgery. London, Chapman & Hall ch. 18: 268-275, 1998
80. 1998 Telepresence Surgery Telemedicine, Telementoring, and Teleproctoring
81. 1998 Telepresence Surgery Cybersurgery. New York, NY, John Wiley & Sons Inc. ch. 8: 141-154, 1998.
82. 1998 Virtual Reality Cybersurgery. New York, NY, John Wiley & Sons Inc. ch. 5: 75-96, 1998
83. 1998 Human Interface Technology Cybersurgery. New York, NY, John Wiley & Sons Inc. ch. 2: 17-32, 1998
84. 1998 Cybersurgery: A New Vision For General Surgery Cybersurgery. New York, NY, John Wiley & Sons Inc. ch. 1: 3-13, 1998.
85. 1998 Cybersurgery New York, NY, John Wiley & Sons Inc. 1998
86. 1998 Current and Future Applications of Virtual Reality for Medicine : Proceedings of the IEEE 86(3): 484-89, 1998.
87. 1998 Quality Assurance and Outcome Analysis in the Era of Advanced Technologies Minimally Invasive Surgery. Amsterdam, Harwood Academic Publishers, (7) 391-394, 1998
88. 1997 Robotics, Virtual Reality and telemedicine: The first steps to the Future Annales Medicinae Militaris Belgicae, 1997 vol 11/4, p 145-192.
89. 1997 Lest We Forget the Future Journal of the American College of Surgeons, 184:519-520,1997.
90. 1997 Virtual Environments for Medical Training and Education Presence 6: 139-146,1997.
91. 1997 Virtual Reality and Telepresence Surgery Minimally Invasive Therapy & Allied Technologies 6(2): 105, 1997
92. 1997 Military Applications of Telemedicine and Advanced Medical Technologies Proceedings of 3rd Annual Trauma Symposium, June 1997
93. 1997 Surgical Simulation, 3-D Visualization and the Future of Surgery. : Journal of the United States Army Medical Department, 1997.
94. 1997 Laparoscopic Surgery and the Transition to the Future of Surgery Urologic Clinics of North America, 25(1): 93-102, 1997.
95. 1997 Medical Application of Virtual Reality Communications of the ACM, May 1997.
96. 1997 Advanced Technologies and the Essence of Medicine in the 21st Century The Use of Innovative Simulations in Assessment of Professional Competence, May 1997
97. 1997 The Role of Virtual Reality for Surgical Training Current Problems in Surgery. 1997
98. 1997 Virtual Reality and Telepresence for Military Medicine ANNALS Academy of Medicine, Singapore 26(1): 118-120, 1997
99. 1997 Medicine Beyond the Year 2000 Caduceus 13(2): 49-64 1997
100. 1997 Portable Three-Dimensional Ultrasound: A Successful Telemedicine Field Test Using Satellite Communications from Bosnia-Herzegonina to Germany J Am Coll Surg, 1997.
101. 1997 The Current Status of Virtual Reality as Applied to Surgery MITAT, 1997
102. 1997 Telepresence Surgery and Future Enabling Technologies for Minimally Invasive Surgery. Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery. St. Louis, MO, Quality Medical Publishing, Inc., 1997.
103. 1997 New Simulation Technologies for Surgical Training and Certification: Current Status and Future Projections. Presence 6:160-172,1997.
104. 1997 Virtual Environments for Medical Training and Education Presence 6:139-146, 1977
105. 1997 Virtual Endoscopy: Application of 3-D Visualization to Medical Diagnosis Presence 6:179-197,1997
106. 1996 Advanced Simulation Technologies for Surgical Education Medical Simulation and Training 1(1): 6-9, 1996
107. 1996 Three Dimensional Imaging and Image Displays: Surgical Application of Advanced Technologies. Seminars in Laparoscopic Surgery 3: 193-98, 1996
108. 1996 An Integrated Medical Virtual Reality Program: The Military Application IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology. 15: 94-97, 1996
109. 1996 Virtual Reality, Telepresence Surgery and Advanced Surgical Technologies SMIT Column, Advanced Technologies Virtual Reality, Telepresence, 1996
110. 1996 Quality Assurance and Outcomes Analysis for Advanced Medical Technologies SCOPE 1: 6-7, 1996
111. 1996 Telementoring and Teleproctoring for Surgery ACS, 1996
112. 1996 Battlefield Medicine 2020 A Biotechnology Chimera US Medicine 32:30-34, 1996.
113. 1996 Virtual Reality and Telemedicine: Exploring Advanced Concepts Telemedicine Journal, 1996.
114. 1996 Virtual Reality Environments in Medicine Computer-Based Examinations for Board Certification. Evanston, IL, American Board of Medical Specialties 121-131, 1996
115. 1996 See one, practice many, do one, teach one¼ Medical Simulators Represent the Future of Surgical Training JAMA, 1996
116. 1996 Virtual Reality and Minimally Invasive Techniques Internet, Telemetrics and Health, 1996
117. 1996 Cyber Surgeon: Advanced simulation technologies for surgical education Bulletin of American College of Surgeons, July 1996.
118. 1996 An Articulated Manipulator for Minimally Invasive Surgery Proceedings of United States Naval Postgraduate School Department of Mechanical Engineering, Monterey, CA., 1996
119. 1996 Virtual Endoscopy: Diagnosis Using 3-D Visualization and Virtual Representation Surg Endosc 10:173-74, 1996.
120. 1996 Teleconferencing Bridges Two Oceans and Shrinks the Surgical World. Surg Endosc 10, 2: 105-106, 1996
121. 1996 Virtual Reality Imaging Savalgi and Ellis Clinical Anatomy for Laparoscopic and Thoracoscopic Surgery. Oxford and New York, Radcliffe Medical Press, ch. 21: 303-311, 1996
122. 1996 Virtual Reality and Surgery R Computer-Integrated Surgery: Technology and Clinical Applications. Cambridge, The MIT Press, ch. 14: 231-243, 1996.
123. 1996 Medical Virtual Reality: The Current Status of the Future Sieburg H, Weghorst S, and Morgan K Health Care in the Information Age. IOS Press and Ohmsha, ch. 12: 100-106, 1996
124. 1996 Virtual Endoscopy of the Head and Neck: Diagnosis Using Three-Dimensional Visualization and Virtual Representation Health Care in the Information Age. IOS Press and Ohmsha, ch.18: 152-156, 1996.
125. 1996 Assessing a Virtual Reality Surgical Skills Simulator Health Care in the Information Age, IOS Press and Ohmsha, ch. 66: 608-617, 1996
126. 1996 Battlefield Telemedicine Presence, 1996
127. 1996 Integrating Virtual Environments for Medical Training and Education Presence, 6(2): 1-8, 1996
128. 1996 Virtual Reality, Telepresence Surgery and Advanced Surgical Technologies Minimally Invasive Therapy, 5: 2-4, 1996
129. 1996 Telesurgery: Acceptability of Compressed Video for Remote Surgical Proctoring Archives of Surgery, 1996
130. 1996 Satellite Navigation Swiss Military Medicine, 1996
131. 1996 Department of Defense Needs for Medical Equipment SPIE Proceedings, 1996
132. 1996 Smart Materials, Devices and Structures: Implications for Surgical Practice Surg Endosc 10: 871-74, 1996
133. 1996 New Technology Applied to Endoscopic Surgery Cirugia Laparoscopia, 1996
134. 1996 Advanced Simulation Technologies for Surgical Education Bulletin of the American College of Surgeons 81(7): 77-81, 1996.
135. 1995 Foreward Surg Technol Intern IV. 4:23-24, 1995
136. 1995 Virtual Reality and Telepresence for Military Medicine Computers in Biology and Medicine, 25(2): 229-236, 1995.
137. 1995 VR and Medicine. Bauer C VR - The 3D Simulated Environment. Computerwoche Verlag GmbH, Munich, Germany, 1995
138. 1995 Advanced Technology and the Future of Surgery Dutch Journal of Surgery. January 1995
139. 1995 Medicine 2001: A Framework for the Future Asian Hospital Journal 20-21, 1995
140. 1995 Technology Update: Advanced Surgical Technologies and the New World Order of Medicine Urology Int 2,2: 13, 1995
141. 1995 Computers in Surgery: Telesurgery, Virtual Reality, and the New World Order of Medicine Jour Contemporary Surg 47: 204-208, 1995
142. 1995 Virtual Reality and Surgery Principles of Laparoscopic Surgery: Basic and Advanced Techniques. New York, Springer-Verlag, ch. 38.5: 834-836, 1995
143. 1995 Virtual Reality, Telesurgery, and the New World Order of Medicine Jour of Image Guided Therapy 1: 12-16, 1995
144. 1995 Telesurgery, Virtual Reality and the New World Order of Medicine Mythos Information: Welcome to the Wired World. @rs electronica 95. New York, Springer-Verlag 187-195, 1995.
145. 1995 Telemedicine of the Future: A Pragmatic Speculation Telemedicine: Theory and Practice, 1995
146. 1995 Battlefield Telemedicine: The Next Generation : Theory and Practice, 1995
147. 1995 The Impact of Virtual Reality Upon Training in Surgery Endosurgery In Press, 1995
148. 1995 Telesurgery, Virtual Reality and the New World Order of Medicine Virtual Reality World ‘95. Munich, Computerwoche Verlag GmbH 173-177, 1995
149. 1995 Medical Applications of Virtual Reality Jour of Medical Systems 19,3: 275-280, 1995
150. 1995 Medicine 2001: The King is Dead. Interactive Technology and the New Paradigm for Healthcare. Washington, DC, IOS Press and Ohmsha, ch. 51: 334-339, 1995
151. 1995 Advanced Technology for Battlefield Medicine Health in the New Communications Age. Washington, DC, IOS Press and Ohmsha 38-40, 1995
152. 1995 Virtual Reality for the Physician of the 21st Century. Virtual Reality Applications. San Diego, Academic Press, ch. 2: 19-29, 1995
153. 1995 Telepresence Surgery World Congress on Telemedicine for the Development of the Global Information Society for Health, Toulouse, Alcatel, 309-310, 1995
154. 1995 Future Directions Operative Laparoscopy and Thoracoscopy. New York, Lippincott-Raven, ch 53: 930-940, 1995.
155. 1994 Endoscopic Training for the General Surgeon Greene FL and Ponsky JL (Eds.) Endoscopic Surgery. Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders Company, ch. 38: 488-498, 1994.
156. 1994 Telerobotic Assisted Laparoscopic Surgery: Initial Laboratory and Clinical Experience Urology 44: 15-19, 1994
157. 1994 Endoscopy for the Year 2000. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Clinics of North America. 4,2: 397-407, 1994
158. 1994 Human Interface Technology: An Essential Tool for the Modern Surgeon Surg Endosc 8: 817-820, 1994
159. 1994 The Modern Medical Battlefield: Sequitur on Advanced Medical Technology IEEE Robotics & Animation 1: 21-25, 1994.
160. 1994 Emerging Medical Applications of Virtual Reality: A Surgeon’s Perspective Intelligence in Medicine 6: 281-288, 1994
161. 1994 Medicine 2001: The King is Dead. The Official Proceedings of Virtual Reality and Medicine the Cutting Edge Conference and Exhibition. SIG-Advanced Applications, New York, 1-14, 1994
162. 1994 Virtual Reality and Telepresence for Military Medicine U.S. Medicine, 1994
163. 1994 Virtual Reality and Surgical Training: Simulating the Future Minimally Invasive Therapy 3: 81-86, 1994.
164. 1994 The ARPA Initiative in Biomedical Technology in Andrade Medical and Biological Engineering in the Future of Health Care. Salt Lake City, Univ of Utah Press, ch. 12: 92-100, 1994
165. 1993 High Tech Surgery: Speculation on Future Directions Minimally Invasive Surgery. New York, McGraw Hill, ch. 33: 339-47, 1993
166. 1993 3-D Vision Technology Applied to Advanced Minimally Invasive Surgery Systems Surg Endosc 7: 429-31, 1993
167. 1993 Virtual Reality Surgical Simulator: The First Steps Surg Endosc 7: 203-05, 1993
168. 1993 Surgery 2001: A Technologic Framework for the Future Surg Endosc 7: 111-13, 1993
169. 1993 Teleoperation, Telerobotics, and Telepresence in Surgery End Surg 1: 151-153, 1993
170. 1993 Proctors, Preceptors, and Laparoscopic Surgery: The Role of ‘Proctor’ in the Surgical Credentialing Process Surg Endosc 7(4): 283-84, 1993
171. 1993 On the Cutting Edge: VR and Surgery Virtual Reality Special Report 41-44, 1993
172. 1992 Robotics, telepresence and virtual reality: a critical analysis of the future of surgery Minimally Invasive Therapy 1: 357-63, 1992
173. 1992 A Mass Casualty While in Garrison During Operation Desert Storm Military Med 157, 6: 299-300, 1992
174. 1992 Videoendoscopy in Colorectal Surgery. Smith LS (Ed) Seminars in Colon & Rectal Surgery. W.B. Saunders, Philadelphia 3(1): 12-17, 1992.
175. 1992 Telepresence: Advanced Teleoperator Technology for Minimally Invasive Surgery Surg Endosc 6: 90, 1992
176. 1992 The Next Generation: Telepresence Surgery. Current Status and Implications for Endoscopy Gastrointest Endoscopy 38: 277, 1992
177. 1991 Surgical Endoscopy Training: Benefit to Army Wide Medicine Military Med 156: 103, 1991
178. 1991 Telepresence: Dexterous procedures in a virtual operating field Surg Endosc 57: 192, 1991
179. 1991 Operating Under the Threat of Chemical - Biologic Warfare. NEJM, 266: 3281-82, 1991
180. 1991 Surgical Endoscopy in the Gulf War Surg Endosc 5: 219-20, Oct. 1991
181. 1990 Resident Education in Surgical Endoscopy: The 1990 SAGES Survey Surg Endosc 4:63, 1990.
182. 1990 Balancing the Normal Appendectomy Rate with the Perforated Appendicitis Rate: Implications for Quality Assurance. New England Jour Med, 1990.
183. 1990 Inguinal Hernia Complicating Flexible Sigmoidoscopy American Surg 56: 800-01, 1990
184. 1990 A Safe Method for Sedating and Monitoring Patients for Upper and Lower Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. Surg Endosc 4: 58, 1990
185. 1990 Development of a Surgical Endoscopy Database for Quality Assurance Surg Endosc 4:56,1990
186. 1990 Standards of Practice and Granting Privileges - The 1990 SAGES Survey Surg Endosc 1990. 4:63
187. 1989 Establishing an Endoscopy Unit for Surgical Training Surgical Clinic NA "Surgical Endoscopy". 69(06): 1129-45, 1989.
188. 1989 Impact of Video Endoscopy on Surgical Training American Surg 55: 263-66, 1989
189. 1989 An Artificial Anal Sphincter. Phase 2: Implantable Sphincter with a Perineal Colostomy Satava RM
190. 1988 Surgery in Space. Phase I Basic Surgical Principles in a Simulated Space Environment Surgery 130: 633-7, 1988
191. 1988 Splenic Autotransplantation: Optimal size for protection J Surg Rsch 45: 327-32, 1988
192. 1988 Current Generation Video Endoscopes A Critical Analysis American Surg 54: 68-72, 1988
193. 1988 Indications for Preoperative Endoscopy American Surg 54: 668-71, 1988
194. 1987 Comparison of Direct and Indirect Video Endoscopy Gastrointest Endoscopy 33: 69
195. 1986 Videoendoscopy Gastrointest Endoscopy
196. 1976 A Model of Cardiogenic Shock by Coronary Artery Microembolization in Calves Surgery 76: 454, 1976
197. 1975 Role of Mitochondrial Calcium Metabolism in the Altered Contractility of Pressure Hypertrophied Right Ventricular Myocardium. Recent Advances in Studies on Cardiac Structure and Metabolism (5) Fleckstein A and Dhalla NS. University Park Press, Baltimore: 195, 1975
198. 1975 Success rate of Cervical Exploration for Hyperparathyroidism Arch Surg 110: 625, 1975.
199. 1975 Omental AV fistula following liver biopsy Gastroent 69: 492, 1975
200. 1974 Cardiac Assist with an Intraventricular Balloon Jour Thoracic and CV Surg 67: 780, 1974.
201. 1974 A method of producing long-term pressure overload of the right ventricle in the cat. Jour. Appl. Physiol. 37: 762, 1974
202. 1973 A mechanism for abnormal energetics of pressure hypertrophied cat myocardium. Circ Res 33: 213, 1973
203. 1973 Mitochondrial Calcium Metabolism in Myocardial Hypertrophy Myocardiology Vol 4, 1973
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