Biosketch / Results /

Steven Fochios

Clinical Instructor, Department of Medicine

Contact Info

212/861-4278
Steven.Fochios@nyumc.org

Education

1972-1976 — George Washington University School of Medicine, Medical Education
1976-1977 — Lenox Hill Hospital (Medicine (Internal)), Internship
1977-1979 — Lenox Hill Hospital (Medicine (Internal)), Residency Training
1979-1981 — Lenox Hill Hospital (Gastroeneterology), Clinical Fellowships

Fatal inhalational anthrax with unknown source of exposure in a 61-year-old woman in New York City
Mina, Bushra; Dym, J P; Kuepper, Frank; Tso, Raymond; Arrastia, Carmina; Kaplounova, Irina; Faraj, Hasan; Kwapniewski, Agnieszka; Krol, Christopher M; Grosser, Mayer; Glick, Jeffrey; Fochios, Steven; Remolina, Athena; Vasovic, Ljiljana; Moses, Jeffrey; Robin, Thomas; DeVita, Maria; Tapper, Michael L. Fatal inhalational anthrax with unknown source of exposure in a 61-year-old woman in New York City. JAMA. 2002 Feb 20;287(7):858-862 (94966)

The role of sigmoidoscopy and rectal biopsy in diagnosis and management of inflammatory bowel disease: personal experience
Fochios SE; Korelitz BI. The role of sigmoidoscopy and rectal biopsy in diagnosis and management of inflammatory bowel disease: personal experience. American journal of gastroenterology. 1988 Feb ;83(2):114-119 (65393)

Clinical trials in ulcerative colitis: II. Historical review
Margolin ML; Krumholz MP; Fochios SE; Korelitz BI. Clinical trials in ulcerative colitis: II. Historical review. American journal of gastroenterology. 1988 Mar ;83(3):227-243 (65392)

Sigmoidoscopy and biopsy in surveillance for cancer in ulcerative colitis
Fochios SE; Sommers SC; Korelitz BI. Sigmoidoscopy and biopsy in surveillance for cancer in ulcerative colitis. Journal of clinical gastroenterology. 1986 Jun ;8(3 Pt 1):249-254 (65397)

SIGMOIDOSCOPY AND BIOPSY IN SURVEILLANCE FOR CANCER IN ULCERATIVE-COLITIS
FOCHIOS, SE; SOMMERS, SC; KORELITZ, BI. SIGMOIDOSCOPY AND BIOPSY IN SURVEILLANCE FOR CANCER IN ULCERATIVE-COLITIS. Gastroenterology. 1986 MAY;90(5):1418-1418 (688812)