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Scott W. Keith, PhD

Contact Dr. Keith

1015 Chestnut Street
Suite M-100 Mezzanine
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-9876
(215) 503-3804 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Obesity and mortality: Are the risks declining? Evidence from multiple prospective studies in the United States
  2. Associations of cardiac structure with obesity, blood pressure, inflammation, and insulin resistance in african-american adolescents
  3. Obesity associated inflammation in African American adolescents and adults
  4. Does obesity associate with mortality among hispanic persons? Results from the national health interview survey
  5. The adipose tissue production of adiponectin is increased in end-stage renal disease
  6. High risk blood pressure and obesity increase the risk for left ventricular hypertrophy in african-american adolescents
  7. Self-report corrections for BMI: Comment on Keith et al
  8. Body mass index and mortality rate among Hispanic adults: A pooled analysis of multiple epidemiologic data sets
  9. Physician beliefs and practices for adjuvant and salvage radiation therapy after prostatectomy
  10. Aldosterone and aldosterone: Renin ratio associations with insulin resistance and blood pressure in African Americans
  11. Efficacy of large-diameter dilatation in cricopharyngeal dysfunction
  12. A Meta-analysis of 64-section Coronary CT Angiography Findings for Predicting 30-day Major Adverse Cardiac Events in Patients Presenting with Symptoms Suggestive of Acute Coronary Syndrome
  13. Post-prostatectomy image-guided radiation therapy: Evaluation of toxicity and inter-fraction variation using online cone-beam CT
  14. Relationship of adipokines with insulin sensitivity in African Americans
  15. Relationship of blood pressure and obesity with inflammatory cytokines among African Americans
  16. High Blood Pressure and Obesity Increase the Risk of Abnormal Glucose Tolerance in Young Adult African Americans
  17. Use of self-reported height and weight biases the body mass index-mortality association
  18. Risk factors associated with urinary albumin excretion in African Americans
  19. Ten putative contributors to the obesity epidemic
  20. Meta-analysis: A brief introduction.
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