Nitin K. Ahuja, MD

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Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Department: Medicine

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3400 Civic Center Boulevard
7 South Pavilion
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Education:
AB (Biology)
Harvard University, 2007.
MD (Medicine)
University of Michigan, 2011.
MS (Clinical Research)
University of Virginia, 2013.
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Selected Publications

Ahuja NK, Agnihotri A, Lynch KL, Hoo-Fatt D, Onyimba F, McKnight M, Okeke FC, Garcia P, Dhalla S, Stein E, Pasricha PJ, Clarke JO: Esophageal distensibility measurement: impact on clinical management and procedure length. Diseases of the Esophagus 30(8), Aug 2017.

Okeke FC, Raja S, Lynch KL, Dhalla S, Nandwani M, Stein EM, Chander Roland B, Khashab MA, Saxena P, Kumbhari V, Ahuja NK, Clarke JO.: What is the clinical significance of esophagogastric junction outflow obstruction? Evaluation of 60 patients at a tertiary referral center. Neurogastroenterology and Motility 29(6), Jun 2017.

Ahuja NK, Clarke JO: Pyloric therapies for gastroparesis. Current Treatment Options in Gastroenterology 15(1): 230-240, Mar 2017.

Ahuja NK, Clarke JO: The role of impedance planimetry in the evaluation of esophageal disorders. Current Gastroenterology Reports 19(2): 7, Feb 2017.

Ahuja NK, Pasricha PJ: POEM: concept to research laboratory. Per Oral Endoscopic Myotomy (POEM). Reavis KM (eds.). 2017.

Ahuja NK, Pasricha PJ: The evolving treatment of achalasia: a POEM in motion Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 84(2): 339-40, Aug 2016.

Ahuja NK, Nimgaonkar A: Precision bariatrics: toward a new paradigm of personalized devices in obesity therapeutics. Obesity Surgery 26(7): 1642-45, Jul 2016.

Ahuja NK, Ahuja A: Gastroenvironmental distress: metaphorical antecedents of the gut microbiome Medical Humanities 42(2): 121-27, Jun 2016.

John GK, Ahuja NK, Agnihotri A, Ortiz I, Carlin MB, Stein EM: Patient perception of bowel preparation in the urban tertiary care setting. Digestive Disease Week, San Diego, CA May 2016 Notes: Poster presentation.

Kumbhari V, Onyimba F, Zhang N, Tieu AH, Ahuja NK, Agnihotri A, Stein EM, Dhalla S, Nandwani M, Okeke F, Garcia P, Pasricha PJ, Chen J, Khashab MA, Clarke JO: Administration of amyl nitrite during high-resolution esophageal manometry (HREM) for patients with suspected achalasia reliably increases upper esophageal sphincter pressure. Digestive Disease Week, San Diego, CA May 2016 Notes: Poster presentation.

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