Most Recent Articles by C. Andrew Kistler, MD, PharmD, RPh
The incidence of immune-mediated hepatitis in patients receiving immunotherapy varies based on the agent and other concomitant medications, though it is not uncommon.
Treating physicians should watch for any suspicious signs of cancer after DM is diagnosed.
The diagnosis of linitis plastica, a subtype of gastric adenocarcinoma with a poor prognosis, can be difficult and uses a multifaceted approach between endoscopic and radiologic studies.
Nutrition is a critical factor to consider both in the pre- and postoperative period for patients undergoing a Whipple procedure.
Gastrinomas, rare endocrine tumors, can be treated in multiple ways, regardless of whether the tumor is resectable.
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