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John C. Kairys, MD, FACS

John C. Kairys, MD, FACS

Contact Dr. Kairys

1025 Walnut Street
College Building, Suite 108
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-5528
(215) 503-8505 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Consistent Surgeon Evaluations of Three-Dimensional Rendering of PET/CT Scans of the Abdomen of a Patient with a Ductal Pancreatic Mass
  2. Samuel D. Gross, M.D. (1805-1884): an innovator, even in death.
  3. Lymph node ratio is an important and independent prognostic factor for patients with stage III melanoma
  4. Three dimensional projection environment for molecular design and surgical simulation
  5. Changes in Operative Case Experience for General Surgery Residents: Has the 80-Hour Work Week Decreased Residents' Operative Experience?
  6. Lymphoscintigraphy in cutaneous melanoma: An updated total body atlas of sentinel node mapping
  7. Cumulative Operative Experience Is Decreasing During General Surgery Residency: A Worrisome Trend for Surgical Trainees?
  8. Prognostic Significance of Lymph Node Metastases and Ratio in Esophageal Cancer
  9. Anterior (Trans-Abdominal) Laparoscopic Adrenalectomy
  10. Have endovascular procedures negatively impacted general surgery training?
  11. Use of critical incidents to develop a rating form for resident evaluation of faculty teaching
  12. Surgeon-performed ultrasound for preoperative localization of abnormal parathyroid glands in patients with primary hyperparathyroidism
  13. The bane of atypical capsular melanocytes
  14. Immunopharmacological analysis of an autologous, hapten-modified human melanoma vaccine
  15. Immunopharmacologic analysis of an autologous, hapten-modified human melanoma vaccine
  16. Supernumerary parathyroid tissue hidden by high uptake in the submandibular gland.
  17. Ectopic expression of guanylyl cyclase C in adenocarcinomas of the esophagus and stomach
  18. Lymphoscintigraphy in cutaneous melanoma: A total body atlas of sentinel node mapping
  19. Autologous, hapten-modified vaccine as a treatment for human cancers