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Cary B Aarons, MD

Cary B Aarons, MD

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Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery
Department: Surgery

Contact information
Division of Colon & Rectal Surgery
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce Street, 4 Silverstein
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-662-2078
Fax: 215-615-0471
Education:
AB (Biology)
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1998.
MD
Howard University College of Medicine, Washington, DC, 2002.
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Selected Publications

Lee K, Aarons CB.: The colon, rectum and anus. The Surgical Review: An Integrated Basic and Clinical Science Study Guide, 4th Edition. Porrett PM, Roses RE, Frederick JR, Kaiser LR. (eds.). Philadelphia: Elsevier, 2015 (In press).

Chinese Clinical Oncology: Current surgical considerations for colorectal cancer. [Review] Aarons CB, Mahmoud NN. 2013 (In press).

Bleier Joshua I S, Aarons Cary B: Perioperative fluid restriction. Clinics in colon and rectal surgery 26(3): 197-202, Sep 2013.

Aarons CB. : Laparoscopy surgery for Crohn’s Disease: A review. [Review] Clinics in Colon & Rectal Surgery 26(2): 122-720, June 2013.

Prushik S G, Stucchi A F, Matteotti R, Aarons C B, Reed K L, Gower A C, Becker J M: Open adhesiolysis is more effective in reducing adhesion reformation than laparoscopic adhesiolysis in an experimental model. The British journal of surgery 97(3): 420-7, Mar 2010.

Aarons CB, Stucchi AF, Becker JM.: Biliary dyskinesia: Functional gallbladder and sphincter of Oddi disorders. Bland KI, Sarr MG, Bűchler MW, Csendes A, Garden OJ, Wong J. General Surgery: Principles and International Practice. New York: Springer (eds.). Page: 1079-1092, 2008.

Heydrick Stanley J, Reed Karen L, Cohen Philip A, Aarons Cary B, Gower Adam C, Becker James M, Stucchi Arthur F: Intraperitoneal administration of methylene blue attenuates oxidative stress, increases peritoneal fibrinolysis, and inhibits intraabdominal adhesion formation. The Journal of surgical research 143(2): 311-9, Dec 2007.

Tyler Kelly M, Aarons Cary B, Sentovich Stephen M: Successful sphincter-sparing surgery for all anal fistulas. Diseases of the colon and rectum 50(10): 1535-9, Oct 2007.

Prushik S G, Aarons C B, Matteotti R, Reed K L, Gower A C, Leeman S E, Stucchi A F, Becker J M: A neurokinin 1 receptor antagonist decreases adhesion reformation after laparoscopic lysis of adhesions in a rat model of adhesion formation. Surgical endoscopy 21(10): 1790-5, Oct 2007.

Reed Karen L, Heydrick Stanley J, Aarons Cary B, Prushik Scott, Gower Adam C, Stucchi Arthur F, Becker James M: A neurokinin-1 receptor antagonist that reduces intra-abdominal adhesion formation decreases oxidative stress in the peritoneum. American journal of physiology. Gastrointestinal and liver physiology 293(3): G544-51, Sep 2007.

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