Inessa Khaykis

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Inessa Khaykis

Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Medicine

Contact Info

212-889-5544


Education

1990 — Chelyabinsk Medical Institute, Medical Education
1998-2007 — New York University (Medicine - Gastroenterology), Clinical Fellowships

Minimally Invasive Management of Ectopic Pancreas
Vitiello, Gerardo A; Cavnar, Michael J; Hajdu, Cristina; Khaykis, Inessa; Newman, Elliot; Melis, Marcovalerio; Pachter, H Leon; Cohen, Steven M. Minimally Invasive Management of Ectopic Pancreas. Journal of laparoendoscopic & advanced surgical techniques. Pt. A. 2017 Jan 25;27(3):277-282 (2418502)

Surgical relief of small bowel obstruction by migrated biliary stent: extraction without enterotomy
Garg, Karan; Zagzag, Jonathan; Khaykis, Inessa; Liang, Howard. Surgical relief of small bowel obstruction by migrated biliary stent: extraction without enterotomy. Journal of the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons. 2011 Apr-Jun;15(2):232-235 (139040)

EUS with or without FNA is a highly effective modality in the evaluation of positive PET scan findings
Diehl, David L; Khaykis, Inessa; Friedman, Kent. EUS with or without FNA is a highly effective modality in the evaluation of positive PET scan findings [Meeting Abstract]. Gastrointestinal endoscopy. 2009 FEB;69(2):S239-S239 (2391422)

Case report: thymic carcinoma metastatic to small bowel
Kobrinsky, Boris; Khaykis, Inessa; Hill, Day; Petrovic, Lydia; Yee, Herman; Chandra, Anurag; Diehl, David L. Case report: thymic carcinoma metastatic to small bowel. Clinical medicine. Oncology. 2008 Jul 9;2:477-480 (137078)

High prevalence of hepatitis C virus infection among immigrants from the former Soviet Union in the New York City metropolitan area: results of a community-based screening program
Batash, Steven; Khaykis, Inessa; Raicht, Robert F; Bini, Edmund J. High prevalence of hepatitis C virus infection among immigrants from the former Soviet Union in the New York City metropolitan area: results of a community-based screening program. American journal of gastroenterology. 2008 Apr;103(4):922-927 (79143)