Fazlollah F. Moqtaderi
- ASSOCIATE CLINICAL PROFESSOR Surgery
Best Surgical Teacher Award
North General Hospital
Medal and Order for Academic Excellence
Government of Iran
Special prize for top graduating student
1959 - 1965
Citations for top student of class throughout medical school
Himal HS, Moqtaderi F, Dreiling DA, Kark AE, Rudick J. Glucagon Stimulates Brunners Gland Secretion. Nature 1970 November 21; 228(5273): 767-768.
Himal HS, Moqtaderi F, Kark AE, Rudick J. Hormonal Regulation of Duodenal Secretion: Effect of Glucagon and Secretin. Current Topics in Surgical Research 1971; 3: 453-463.
Moqtaderi F, Himal HS, Rudick J, Dreiling DA. Pancreatic Transductal Electrolyte Flux: Effect of EDTA. American Journal of Gastroenterology 1972 August; 58(2): 177-183.
Wilk PJ, Moqtaderi FF. Gastrocolic Fistula Complicating Transmural Colitis: Report of a Case and Review of the Literature. Mt Sinai J Med 1976 Sep-Oct; 43(5): 525-529.
Wilk PJ, Moqtaderi FF. Hepatic Artery-Portal Vein Fistula Following Blunt Trauma. Abdominal Surgery 1978 September; 30(9): 167-171.
Lospinuso M, Chang F, Moqtaderi F, Bloom ND. Benign Ulceration of the Cecum Presenting with Massive Hemorrhage, Report of a Case and Review of the Literature. Diseases of the Colon and Rectum 1982 September; 25(6): 586-588.
Palepu S, Moqtaderi F. Littre's Hernia. Surgical Rounds 1986 August;: 127-131.
Palepu S, Moqtaderi F, Fontana F, Bondi F. Sigmoid Volvulus. Surgical Rounds 1987 August;.
Cohen S, Frydman C, Zimmerman M, Moqtaderi F. Leiomyomatous Tumors: Presentation of a giant gastric leiomyoma and Review of Literature. New York State Journal of Medicine 1988 August;.
Moqtaderi F. Giant Incisional Hernia: Staged Repair Using Pneumoperitoneum and Expanded Polytetrafluoroethylene. Surgical Rounds 1997;.
Gajdos C, Nierman D, Moqtaderi F, Brower S, Lento P, Bleiweiss I. Microscopic pulmonary tumor emboli: an unusual presentation of breast cancer. The Breast Journal 2000; 6(4): 273-275.
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Dr.Moqtaderi is not currently required to report Industry relationships.
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