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Stephen Karasick, MD, FACR

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111 South 11th Street
Suite 3340, Gibbon Building
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-7262
(215) 923-6754 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Cervical spine trauma radiography: Comparison of general and musculoskeletal radiologists, with emphasis on number of views
  2. Case 23: Replacement lipomatosis of the kidney
  3. Case 23
  4. Defecography: Does parity play a role in the development of rectal prolapse?
  5. The Role of Parity and Hysterectomy on the Development of Pelvic Floor Abnormalities Revealed by Defecography
  6. Massive inguinoscrotal hernia: An unusual cause of vesico-ureteric displacement
  7. Is constipation a disorder of defecation or impaired motility?: Distinction based on defecography and colonic transit studies
  8. Trends in use of barium enema examination, colonoscopy, and sigmoidoscopy: Is use commensurate with risk of disease?
  9. Cutaneous ileocystostomy (a bladder chimney) for the treatment of severe neurogenic vesical dysfunction
  10. Esophageal strictures: Findings on barium radiographs
  11. Improved quality of life and sexuality with continent urinary diversion in quadriplegic women with umbilical stoma
  12. Functional urethral closure with pubovaginal sling for destroyed female urethra after long-term urethral catheterization
  13. Prospective comparison of external sphincter balloon dilatation and prosthesis placement with external sphincterotomy in spinal cord injured men
  14. Transurethral balloon dilation of the external urinary sphincter: Effectiveness in spinal cord-injured men with detrusor-external urethral sphincter dyssynergia
  15. Cost containment in the use of low-osmolar contrast agents: Effect of guidelines, monitoring, and feedback mechanisms
  16. Hysterosalpingography before and after myomectomy: Clinical value and imaging findings
  17. < 067A li>Functional disorders of the anus and rectum: Findings on defecography
  18. Asymmetric uterine enlargement: A reliable sign of leiomyomas [8]
  19. Giant cell tumor of tendon sheath: spectrum of radiologic findings
  20. Imaging of uterine leiomyomas