Martin Finkel, MD Email Martin Finkel
- ASSISTANT CLINICAL PROFESSOR | Medicine, Gastroenterology
American Federation for Clinical Research: 1959-1961
American Medical Association 1963 - 1995
New York County Medical Society 1963 - to present
New York State Medical Society 1963 - to present
American Society for Gastro-intestinal Endoscopy 1963 - to resent
American Gastroenterological Association, 1964 - to present
Associate Membership in the American Gastroenterological Association, May, 1969
Active Membership in the American Gastroenterological Association, May, 1970
New York County Medical Society Sub Committee on Computers in medicine, 1995-to present
Dr. Finkel has volunteered his services extensively including three initiative in 2008 when he volunteered at US Army Hospital Tripler, E Salud Hospital in Lima Puru and at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Bangalore India. As part of his volunteer assignment in Lima and in Bangalore ,he taught new techniques for colonscopy to the staff and assisted in the interpretation of endoscopic findings. He pointed out the differential diagnosis of lymphoma of the stomach , submucosal tumors andtuberculosis of the large intestine.
Winkelstein A, Finkel M, Cohen B, Wolf B, Marshak R. Peptic Esophagitis - 30 Years Later. Gastroenterology 1965; 48: 861.
Finkel M, Rodman WH, Conrad F. Extrahepatic Portal Hypertension. Amer. Journal of Gastroenterology 1965; 44: 401.
Finkel M, Ho PP, Schaefer LE, Janowitz HD. Fecal Fatty Acids in Idiopathic Steatorrhea. Clin Res 1965; 13: 253.
Finkel M, Gelb AM, Cohen N, Ho PP, Janowitz HD. Long Term Follow-up Study in Idiopathic Steatorrhea. Amer. Jour. of Gastroenterology 1967; 47: 35-39.
Goldman SM, Rasch JR, Wiltsie D, Finkel M. The Incidence of Esophagitis in Peptic Ulcer Disease. Amer. Jour. of 1967; 12: 994-999.
Luthra MS, Schul ND, Finkel M, Collica CJ. Scintiphotography in Hepatitis. Arch. of Internal Medicine 1968; 122: 207-210.
Penn D, Finkel M. Fibromatosis in Gardner's Syndrome. Amer. Jour. of Gastroenterology 1973; 59: 174-181.
Dagii A, Golden D, Finkel M, Schul ND. Pyloric Stenosis Following Potassium Permanganate Ingestion. Amer.Jour. of Gastroenterology 1973; 18: 1091-1094.
Gerson C, Cohen N, Finkel M, Janowitz H. Effect of Parenteral Acetazolamide on Intestinal Absorption of Salt and Water in man. Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 1975; 149: 950-952.
Gordon M, Schaefer E, Finkel M. Treatment of Protein-losing Gastropathy with Atropine. Amer. Jour. ofv Gastroenterology 1976; 66(6): 535-539.
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