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Cynthia Cheng, MD, PhD

Cynthia Cheng, MD, PhD

Contact Dr. Cheng

1015 Walnut Street
Suite 401 Curtis
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-0641
(215) 923-6256 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Deletion of HIF-1α partially rescues the abnormal hyaloid vascular system in Cited2 conditional knockout mouse eyes
  2. HIF-1α deletion partially rescues defects of hematopoietic stem cell quiescence caused by Cited2 deficiency
  3. Alterations in capillary morphology are found in mild blood pressure elevation
  4. Association of capillary density and function measures with blood pressure, fasting plasma glucose, and insulin sensitivity
  5. Functional capillary rarefaction in mild blood pressure elevation
  6. Capillary rarefaction in treated and untreated hypertensive subjects
  7. The utility of fasting glucose for detection of prediabetes
  8. The appearance of discretionary income: Influence on the prevalence of under- and over-nutrition
  9. Validation of the dietary risk assessment food frequency questionnaire against the keys score for saturated 0E87 fat and cholesterol
  10. Cholesterol-lowering effect of the Food for Heart Nutrition Education Program
  11. Correlation of oral glucose tolerance test-derived estimates of insulin sensitivity with insulin clamp measurements in an African-American cohort
  12. Practical Therapeutics: An Innovative Residency Drug Education Curriculum
  13. Primary care physician beliefs regarding usefulness of self-monitoring of blood pressure
  14. A guide to recently approved cardiovascular medications
  15. The reliability of patient self-reported blood pressures
  16. Complications after treatment of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia in women infected with the human immunodeficiency virus
  17. Loss of expression and loss of heterozygosity in the DCC gene in neoplasms of the human female reproductive tract
  18. Contraction stress test by breast stimulation as part of antepartum monitoring
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