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Journal Articles • Mark A. Carlson, MD

  1. Johnson LK, Haynes LW, Carlson MA et al. Alarm substances of the stingless bee, Trigona silvestriana. J Chem Ecol 1985;11:409-416. [pdf]

  2. Carlson MA, Andorn AC. [3H]Clonidine binds to multiple high affinity sites in human prefrontal cortex. Eur J Pharmacol 1986;123:73-78. [pdf]

  3. Andorn AC, Carlson MA, Gilkeson RC. Specific [3H]UK14,304 binding in human cortex occurs at multiple high affinity states with a2-adrenergic selectivity and differing affinities for GTP. Life Sci 1988;43:1805-1812. [pdf]

  4. Carlson MA, Ludwig KA, Cowles VE, Frantzides CT, Condon RE. Effect of propranolol on human myoelectric activity. Surg Forum 1992;43:155-157. [pdf]

  5. Carlson MA, Ludwig KA, Frantzides CT et al. Routine or selective intraoperative cholangiography in laparoscopic cholecystectomy. J Laparoendosc Surg 1993;3:27-33. [pdf]

  6. Ludwig KA, Frantzides CT, Carlson MA, Grade KL. Myoelectric motility patterns following open versus laparoscopic cholecystectomy. J Laparoendosc Surg 1993;3:461-466. [pdf]

  7. Ludwig KA, Carlson MA, Condon RE. Prophylactic antibiotics in Surgery. Annu Rev Med 1993;44:385-393. [pdf]

  8. Frantzides CT, Carlson MA. Laparoscopic repair of a penetrating injury to the diaphragm: a case report. J Laparoendosc Surg 1994;4:153-156. [pdf]

  9. Carlson MA, Condon RE. The nephrotoxicity of amphotericin B. J Am Coll Surg 1994;179:361-381. [pdf]

  10. Frantzides CT, Carlson MA, Makris V, Potamitis G, Efthimiou E. The first laparoscopic Nissen fundoplications in Cyprus. Cyprus Med J 1995;13(3):12-15. [pdf]

  11. Carlson MA, Ludwig KA, Condon RE. Ventral hernia and other complications of midline incisions. South Med J 1995;88:450-453. [pdf]

  12. Frantzides CT, Carlson MA. Schulte WJ. Laparoscopic gastric bypass in a porcine model. J Laparoendosc Surg 1995;5:97-100. [pdf]

  13. Frantzides CT, Carlson MA. Laparoscopic vs. conventional fundoplication. J Laparoendosc Surg 1995;5:137-143. [pdf]

  14. Condon RE, Cowles VE, Ferraz AAB, Carilli S, Carlson MA et al. Human colonic smooth muscle electrical activity during and after recovery from postoperative ileus. Am J Physiol 1995;269:G408-G417. [pdf]

  15. Carlson MA, Condon RE. Polyglyconate (Maxon) versus nylon suture in midline abdominal incision closure: a prospective randomized trial. Am Surg 1995;61:980-983. [pdf]

  16. Frantzides CT, Carlson MA. Laparoscopic Jaboulay gastroduodenostomy for gastric outlet obstruction: a case report. J Laparoendosc Surg 1996;6:341-344. [pdf]

  17. Carlson MA, Frantzides CT. Control of venous hemorrhage during laparoscopic adrenalectomy: a case report. J Laparoendosc Surg 1996;6:349-351. [pdf]

  18. Frantzides CT, Carlson MA. A review of laparoscopic surgery of the colon and rectum. Cyprus Med J 1996;14(1-2):45-49. [pdf]

  19. Frantzides CT, Carlson MA. A review of laparoscopic surgery of the esophagus. Cyprus Med J 1996;14(3-4):16-18. [pdf]

  20. Carlson MA, Ferraz AAB, Condon RE. Urinary adenosine excretion in patients receiving amphotericin B. Surgery 1997;121:190-193. [pdf]

  21. Carlson MA. Acute wound failure. Surg Clin North Am 1997;77:607-636. [pdf]

  22. Frantzides CT, Carlson MA. Minimally invasive ventral herniorrhaphy. J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Techn 1997;7:117-120. [pdf]

  23. Carlson MA, Frantzides CT. Canine intestinal myoelectric activity after open versus laparoscopically-assisted right hemicolectomy. Am J Surg 1997;174:79-82. [pdf]

  24. Carlson MA, Frantzides CT. Prosthetic reinforcement of posterior cruroplasty during laparoscopic hiatal herniorrhaphy. Surg Endosc 1997;11:769-771. [pdf]

  25. Frantzides CT, Carlson MA. Laparoscopic highly selective vagotomy. J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Techn 1997;7:143-146. [pdf]

  26. Frantzides CT, Carlson MA. Laparoscopic Redo Nissen Fundoplication. J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Techn 1997;7:235-239. [pdf]

  27. Carlson MA, Condon RE, Ludwig KA, Schulte WJ. Management of intrathoracic stomach with polypropylene mesh prosthesis reinforced hiatus hernia repair. J Am Coll Surg 1998;187:227-230. [pdf]

  28. Carlson MA, Zhu M, Abrams JM, Grinnell F. Human fibroblasts in a mechanically stressed matrix undergo apoptosis after stress removal. Surg Forum 1998;49:643-645. [pdf]

  29. Frantzides CT, Carlson MA. Minimally invasive Nissen fundoplication with hernia repair. Hellenic Laparosc Surg 1999;2:12-19. [pdf]

  30. Grinnell F, Zhu M, Carlson MA, Abrams JM. Release of mechanical tension triggers apoptosis of human fibroblasts in a model of regressing granulation tissue. Exp Cell Res 1999;248:608-619. [pdf]

  31. Carlson MA, Richards CG, Frantzides CT. Laparoscopic prosthetic reinforcement of hiatal herniorrhaphy. Dig Surg 1999;16:407-410. [pdf]

  32. Frantzides CT, Richards CG, Carlson MA. Laparoscopic repair of large hiatal hernia with polytetrafluoroethylene. Surg Endosc 1999;13:906-908. [pdf]

  33. Carlson MA. New developments in abdominal wound closure. Der Chirurg 2000;71:743-753. [pdf]

  34. Frantzides CT, Carlson MA, Pappas C, Gatsoulis N. Laparoscopic repair of a congenital diaphragmatic hernia in an adult: a case report. J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Techn 2000;10:287-90. [pdf]

  35. Carlson MA, Horton JW. A primary burn wound does not slow the contraction rate of an adjacent excisional wound. Ann Plast Surg 2001;46:36-42. [pdf]

  36. Carlson MA, Frantzides CT. Complications and results of primary minimally invasive antireflux procedures: a review of 10,489 reported cases. J Am Coll Surg 2001;193:428-439. [pdf]

  37. Carlson MA, Lewis RE, Longaker MT, Thompson JS. Loss of extracellular matrix anchorage results in FAK dephosphorylation and apoptosis in fibroblasts. Surg Forum 2001;52:547-549. [pdf]

  38. Carlson MA, Longaker MT, Thompson JS. Granulation tissue regression induced by musculocutaneous advancement flap coverage. Surgery 2002;131;332-337. [pdf]

  39. Frantzides CT, Madan AK, Carlson MA, Stavropoulus GP. A prospective, randomized trial of polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) patch repair vs. simple cruroplasty for large hiatal hernia. Arch Surg 2002;137:649-652. [pdf]

  40. Molpus KL, Wedergren JS, Carlson MA. Robotically assisted endoscopic ovarian transposition. J Soc Laparoendosc Surg 2003;7:59-62. [pdf]

  41. Carlson MA, Longaker MT, Thompson JS. Wound splinting regulates granulation tissue survival. J Surg Res 2003;110:304-309. [pdf]

  42. Frantzides CT, Madan AK, Carlson MA, et al. Selective use of esophageal manometry and 24-hour pH monitoring prior to laparoscopic fundoplication. J Am Coll Surg 2003;197:358-364. [pdf]

  43. Frantzides CT, Moore RE, Madan AK, Carlson MA. Minimally invasive surgery for achalasia: a 10-year experience. J Gastrointest Surg 2004;8:18-23. [pdf]

  44. Carlson MA, Longaker MT. The fibroblast-populated collagen matrix as a model of wound healing: a review of the evidence. Wound Rep Regen 2004;12:134-147. [pdf]

  45. Carlson MA, Longaker MT, Thompson JS. Modulation of FAK, Akt, and p53 by stress release of the fibroblast-populated collagen matrix. J Surg Res 2004; 120(2):171-177. [pdf]

  46. Carlson MA, Thompson JS. Wound splinting modulates granulation tissue proliferation. Matrix Biol 2004;23:243-250. [pdf]

  47. Frantzides CT, Madan AK, Carlson MA, Moore RE, Zografakis JG. Minimally invasive incisional herniorrhaphy: a review of 208 cases. Surg Endosc 2004;18:1488-1491. [pdf]

  48. Frantzides CT, Madan AK, Keshavarzian A, Moore RE, Zografakis JG, Carlson MA. Laparoscopic transgastric esophageal mucosal resection for high-grade dysplasia. J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Techn 2004;14:261-265. [pdf]

  49. Frantzides CT, Carlson MA, Moore RE, et al. Effect of body mass index on nonalcoholic fatty liver disease in patients undergoing minimally invasive bariatric surgery. J Gastrointest Surg 2004;8:849-855. [pdf]

  50. Carlson MA, Thompson JS. Wound matrix attachment regulates actin content and organization in cells of the granulation tissue. Wound Repair Regen 2005;13:84-92. [pdf]

  51. Eichler ME, Carlson MA. Modeling dermal granulation tissue with the linear fibroblast-populated collagen matrix: survival and proliferation dependence on matrix attachment. J Dermatol Sci 2006;41:97-108. [pdf]

  52. Granderath FA, Carlson MA, Champion JK, Szold A, Basso N, and Frantzides CT. Prosthetic closure of the esophageal hiatus in large hiatal hernia repair and laparoscopic antireflux surgery. Surg Endosc 2006;20:367-379. [pdf]

  53. Frantzides CT, Carlson MA, Zografakis JG, et al. Postoperative gastrointestinal complaints after laparoscopic Nissen fundoplication. J Soc Laparoendosc Surg 2006;10:39-42. [pdf]

  54. Carlson MA. Assay of cell quantity in the fibroblast-populated collagen matrix with a tetrazolium reagent. Eur Cell Mater 2006;12:44-48. [pdf]

  55. Carlson MA, Petersen A. Technique for the insertion of large mesh during minimally invasive incisional herniorrhaphy. Surg Endosc 2007;21:1243-1244. [pdf]

  56. Carlson MA. Report of the 2007 American College of Surgeons traveling fellow to Germany. DGC Mitteilungen 2007;4:383-6. [pdf]

  57. Carlson MA. Report of the 2007 American College of Surgeons traveling fellow to Germany. Bull Am Coll Surg 2007;92:40-47. [pdf]

  58. Carlson MA, Prall A, Gums JJ. RNA Interference in human foreskin fibroblasts within the three-dimensional collagen matrix. Mol Cell Biochem 2007;306:123-132. [pdf]

  59. Carlson MA, Frantzides CT, Shostrom VK, and Laguna LE. Minimally invasive ventral herniorrhaphy: an analysis of 6,266 published cases. Hernia 2008;12:9-22. [pdf]

  60. Foda M, Carlson MA. Enterocutaneous fistula associated with ePTFE mesh: case report and review of the literature. Hernia 2009;13:323-326. [pdf]

  61. Frantzides CT, Carlson MA, Zeni T, et al. Laparoscopic revision of failed fundoplication and hiatal herniorrhaphy. J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Techn 2009 19:135-139. [pdf]

  62. Carlson MA, Prall AK, Gums JJ, Lesiak A, Shostrom VK. Biologic variability of human foreskin fibroblasts in 2D and 3D culture: implications for a wound healing model. BMC Res Notes 2009;2:229-234. [pdf] [BMC site]

  63. Frantzides CT, Madan AK, Carlson MA, et al. Laparoscopic colectomy in an academic U.S. center. Hellenic J Surg 2009;81:80-86. [pdf]

  64. Frantzides CT, Carlson MA, Loizides S, et al. Hiatal hernia repair with mesh: a survey of SAGES members. Surg Endosc 2010;24:1017-1024. [pdf]

  65. Frantzides CT, Carlson MA, Keshavarzian A, Roberts JE. Laparoscopic transgastric esophageal mucosal resection: four year minimum follow-up. Am J Surg 2010; 200(2):305-307. [pdf]

  66. Frantzides CT, Carlson MA, Shostrom VK, et al. A Survey of Dumping Symptomatology After Gastric Bypass With or Without Lesser Omental Transection. Obes Surg 2011;21:186-193. [pdf]

  67. Carlson MA, Chakkalakal D. Tensile properties of the murine ventral vertical midline incision. PLoS ONE 2011;6:e24212. [pdf] [PLoS site]

  68. Calcaterra J, Van Cott KE, Butler SP, Gil GC, Germano M, van Keen HA, Nelson K, Forsberg EJ, Carlson MA, Velander WH. A recombinant human fibrinogen that produces thick fibrin fibers with increased wound adhesion and clot density. Biomacromolecules 2013;14:169-178. [pdf]

  69. Carlson MA, Smith LM, Cordes CC, Chao J, Eudy JD. Attachment-regulated signaling networks in the fibroblast-populated 3D collagen matrix. Sci Rep 2013;3:1880. [pdf] [Sci Rep site]

  70. Chao C, Peña T, Heimann DG, Hansen C, Doyle DA, Yanala UR, Guenther TM, Carlson MA. Expression of green fluorescent protein in human foreskin fibroblasts for use in 2D and 3D culture models. Wound Rep Regen 2014;22:134-140. [pdf]

  71. Carlson MA, Calcaterra J, Johanning JM, Pipinos IP, Cordes CC, Velander WH. A totally recombinant human fibrin sealant. J Surg Res 2014;187:334-342. [pdf]

  72. Yanala UR, Johanning JM, Pipinos II, Larsen G, Velander WH, Carlson MA. Development of a fatal noncompressible truncal hemorrhage model with combined hepatic and portal venous injury in normothermic normovolemic swine. PLOS ONE 2014;9:e108293. [pdf] [PLoS site]



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