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    • CURRICULUM VITAE September 2005Name: Bruce V. MacFadyen, Jr., M.D.Current Position: Chairman, Department of Surgery Professor and Chief, Section of General Surgery Director, Minimally Invasive Surgery Department of Surgery Medical College of GeorgiaOffice Address: Department of Surgery 1120 15th Street, BI-4076 Augusta, GA 30912-4004Internet Address: bmacfadyen@mcg.eduOffice Telephone: (706) 721-4651Fax Telephone: (706) 721-2063PERSONAL:Date of Birth: November 4, 1942Place of Birth: PennsylvaniaCitizenship: United States of AmericaMarital Status: Married Wife: Rosemary Children: Sharon Pruzinsky Deborah Young Bruce MacFadyen III Christina MurphyEDUCATION: 1964 Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois 1968 Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, 1968-1969 Internship, General Surgery, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, 1969-1972 Assistant Resident in General Surgery, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, 1972-1973 Assistant Resident in General Surgery, The Hermann Hospital, The University of Texas Medical School, Houston 1973-1974 Chief Resident in General Surgery, The Hermann Hospital, The University of Texas Medical School, Houston, 1975-1978 Clinical Fellow, American Cancer Society, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center 1986 Training in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, under Dr. Jeffrey Ponsky, Mt. Sinai Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio 1987-1988 Training in Biliary Tract Endoscopy - ERCP, Papillotomy, Biliary Tract Stents under Dr. Ronald Passi, 1
    • University of Western Ontario, CanadaBoard Certification: American Board of Surgery March 10, 1975 Certificate number: 20719Medical Licensure: Texas - 1974 - present Georgia - 2002 - presentPROFESSIONAL:Academic Appointments: Assistant Instructor in Surgery The University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine July 1969-July 1972 Chief Resident in General Surgery The Hermann Hospital and M.D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute, The University of Texas Medical School at Houston July-1972-June 1974 Instructor in Surgery The University of Texas Medical School at Houston July 1973-June 1974 Assistant Professor of Surgery The University of Texas Medical School at Houston July 1974-June 1977 Associate Professor of Surgery The University of Texas Medical School at Houston July 1977-1990 Director of Undergraduate Surgical Education The University of Texas Medical School at Houston September 1983-September 1990 Director of Laser, Endoscopic, and Laparoscopic Surgery The University of Texas Medical School at Houston and Hermann Hospital January, 1986-March 2002 Co-Director of the Pigmented Nevus Center The University of Texas Medical School at Houston 1986-1990 Director of the Breast Center The University of Texas Surgical Associates 1987-1991 Cancer Liaison of the Commission on Cancer at Hermann Hospital 1984-1998 2
    • Professor of Surgery The University of Texas Medical School at Houston September 1990-March 2002 Professor of Surgery The Medical College of Georgia April 2002-Present Chief of General Surgery The Medical College of Georgia April 2002-Present Director of Minimally Invasive Surgery Program The Medical College of Georgia April 2002-Present Interim Chairman The Medical College of Georgia Department of Surgery February 2004 – July 2004 Chairman The Medical College of Georgia Department of Surgery July 2004 - PresentEditorial Boards: Nutritional Support Services Journal Advisory/Review Board, 1980-86 Surgical Laparoscopy And Endoscopy, Journal, Editorial Board, 1992-present Current Opinion in General Surgery, Laparoscopy and Endoscopy Laparoscopic Herniorrhaphy, 1994. Editorial Board Committee of the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, 1993-1997 Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of Medicine and Virtual Reality, 1995 Seminars in Laparoscopic Surgery, Co-editor 1994-present Editorial Advisory Board, Laparoscopic Surgery Update, 1995-2001 Editorial Advisory Board, Contemporary Surgery, 1996-present Co-Editor, Surgical Endoscopy, 1998-presentProfessional Organizations: American Cancer Society, Board of Directors, Houston Chapter, 1975-1988 American College of Surgeons (Fellow), 1976 Program Committee, 2002 - 2004 American Medical Association, 1975-1997 American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Gulf Coast Chapter, President, 1993 Association for Academic Surgery, 1974-2000 Association for Surgical Education Co-Chairman, Testing and Evaluation Committee, 1984-1985, Secretary-Treasurer, 1986-1988 3
    • Harris County Medical Society, 2002Houston Gastroenterological Society, 1974-2002 Secretary/Treasurer 1992-1993; Vice President, 1994 President, 1995Houston Surgical Society 1976-2002 Assistant Secretary, Executive Committee, 1986-87 Membership Council, 1991-1993, President, 1995International Endoscopic Surgery 4th World Congress, Kyoto, Japan, International Combined and Scientific Committees, Organizing and Scientific Committee, June 1994International Federation of the Societies of Endoscopic SurgeonsInternational Society for Parenteral NutritionInternational Society for SurgeryRavdin-Rhoads Surgical SocietySociety of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) Educational, Resource Committee, 1987-1990 Program Committee, 1991 Resident Education Committee, 1989-1992 Corporate Council, 1990-1992 Treasurer 1992-1993 President-Elect, 1993 President, 1994-1995 Long Range Planning Committee, 1992 Program Chairman, 1991; Co-chairman, 1995-1996 Standards of Practice, 1998 Nominating Committee Chairman, 1995-1996; 1998 Board of Directors, 1991-present Assets Management, 1992-2000 Board of Governors, 1992-present Finance Chairman, 1992-2000 Publications Committee, 2000-present Flexible Endoscopy Committee, 2001-presentSociety of Surgical Oncology (Ewing Society) Chairman, Corporate Relations Committee, 2001 Scientific Program Committee, 2001 Continuing Medical Education Committee, 2001Southern Surgical Association, 1998-presentSoutheastern Surgical Congress, 2003Moretz Surgical Society, 2003American Hernia Society, 2003Southwestern Surgical Society Vice-Counselor, 1987Surgical Alumni Association, President 1994Texas Medical Association, 2001Texas Surgical Society First Vice-President, 2001The Society for Surgery of the Alimentary TractThe Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons, 2002-presentThe Texas Society for Gastrointestinal EndoscopyWestern Surgical Association, 2003Society of Surgical Chairs, 2004 4
    • Institutional Committees: University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Patent Committee, 1976-1979 Community Nutrition, Dietetics Advisory Committee 1977 NIH Grant Review of Nutrition and Metabolism, 1974-1982 Student Evaluations and Promotions Committee, 1975-1978, 1983, 1985-1988 Vice Chairman, 1987; 1991-2002 Faculty Senate, 1976-1981, 1985-1986 Professional Liability Committee, 1977-1979 Biohazards Committee, 1973 MSRDP Board of Directors, 1982 Continuing Education Advisory Committee,1982 Continuing Medical Education Committee, 1993-1995 MSRDP Quality Assurance Committee, 1983-1986 Medical Record Audit Committee Chairman, 1985-2002 Curriculum Committee, 1988 Elections Committee, Chairman 1993-1994 Faculty Development Leave Committee, 1993-1996 Faculty Appointments, Promotions & Tenure Committee, 2001 Tumor Board, 1975-1978 Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, Chairman,1975-1977 Blood Transfusion Committee, 1979 Operating Room Committee, 1980, 1992 Standardization Committee, 1981 Tissue Committee, 1982 Chairman, 1982-1986 Surgery Laser Committee, Chairman, 1983-2002 Nutritional Support Committee, Chairman, 1986-1987 Clinical Policy Committee, 1987-1990 Utilization Management Committee, 1990-1992 Cancer Committee, 1990-1995 Medical Staff Affairs Committee, 1990, Chairman, 1992-1996 Minimally Invasive Surgery Committee, Chairman, 1992-2002 Technology Assessment Subcommittee, 1993-1995 Perioperative Committee, 1993-1995 Quality Steering Committee, 1995 Nutrition Subcommittee, 1995 Medical Board 1995-2002 Operating Room Program Action Team, 1995-2002 Surgery Reporting Line, 1996 Gastroenterology Credentialing Committee, 1997-2002 American Cancer Society Board of Directors, Houston and State Chapter, 1975-1982 Breast and Uterine Task Force Public Education Committee Service and Rehabilitation Medical and Scientific Committee Harris County Medical Society Cost Containment Committee, 1980 Public Service and Education Committee, 1980-81 Medical Legislation Committee, 1981-1982 5
    • World Medical Missions, Board Member, 1983-present Surgical Education and Clinical Surgery in Developing Countries Medical College of Georgia Department of Surgery, Quality Management Committee, 2003 Committee on Business Operations, 2003 Physicians Practice Group Membership, 2002-present Special Procedures Endoscopy Leadership Committee, 2003 GI-Surgery Clinic Proposal Committee, 2003 Perioperative Committee, 2003 Needle Stick Committee, 2004 MCG Medical Executive Board Committee, 2004HONORS AND AWARDS: NIH Undergraduate Cancer Research Fellow Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital Philadelphia, PA September 1965-June 1966 NIH Pre-doctoral Cardiovascular Training Program, Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, September 1966-June 1968 Research Fellow, Harrison Department of Surgical Research, The University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September1971-June 1972 Fellow, American College of Surgeons, October 1976 - present Clinical Fellow, American Cancer Society, 1975-1978 Associate of Academic Surgery, Councilman, 1981 Recipient of Teaching Excellence Award, 1983-84; 1984-85; 1985-86, 1986-87, 1988-89 1989-90 Secretary-Treasurer, Association for Surgical Education 1986-1988 Assistant Secretary, Houston Surgical Society, 1986-1987 Vice President, Houston Surgical Society 1994 President, Houston Surgical Society 1995 President, Houston Gastroenterological Society 1995 President, Surgical Alumni Association, The University of Texas Medical School 1994-present Honorary President, Third International Congress on New Technology and Advanced Techniques in Surgery Luxembourg June 13-17, 1995 First Vice President, Texas Surgical Society, 2001 Dean’s Excellence Award, 2000 Nominated for Physician of the Year, 6
    • Memorial Hermann Hospital, 2001 America’s Top Doctors Award, 2001 - 2005RESEARCH PROJECTS: Percutaneous cholecystostomy and lithotripsy of gallstones Laser anastomosis in the gastrointestinal tract The use of Somatostatin in gastrointestinal fistulas Biliary tract endoscopy - Mother-daughter endoscope Advanced techniques in laparoscopic surgery - i.e. bowel resections, hiatal hernia repair, parietal cell vagotomy, and pancreatic surgery Sub-investigator, An Open-Label Multicenter Trial to Evaluate the Diagnostic Accuracy of Technetium Tc99m Sestamibi Scintigraphic Images in Identifying Malignant Breast Lesions in Subjects with Breast Abnormalities Detected by PalpationABSTRACTS:1. Satinsky, V.P., and MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Experimental acute right heart failure. J.A.M.A. 212:867, 1970.2. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr., Dudrick, S.J., Maynard, A.T., Law, D., and Rhoads, J.E.: Triglyceride and free fatty acid clearances inpatients receiving complete parenteral hyperalimentation with 10% soybean oil emulsion. Fed. Proc. 31:717, (March-April), 1972.3. Maynard, A.T., Dudrick, S.J., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., and Ruberg, R.L.: Essentially fatty acid deficiency with intravenous hyperalimention. Fed. Proc. 31:717, (March-April), 1972.4. Copeland, E.M., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., and Dudrick, S.J.: Intravenous hyperalimentation as an adjunct to therapy in the cancer patient. XI International Cancer Congress (Florence, Italy) 4:874, 1974.5. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr., Dudrick, S.J., and Daly, J.M.: The management of inflammatory bowel disease with parenteral hyperalimentation. Tenth International Congress of Nutrition, Kyoto, Japan, August, 1975.6. Copeland, E.M., Dudrick, S.J., and MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Effect of nutrition on immunocompetence in cancer patients. J.P.E.N. 2(3):70, 1978.7. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr., Dudrick, S.J., Baquero, G.E., and Gum, E.T.: Liver function during intravenous hyperalimentation (IVH): Clinical and biochemical changes. J.P.E.N. 2(3):38, 1978. 7
    • 8. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr.: Extracorporeal lighotripsy - an alternate treatment in cholelithiasis. Surg Endoscopy 4(1):60, 1990.9. Catalano, M.F., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Raijman, I., Ghobrial R., Reed, L.: Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy with jejunal extension: A new technique. Am J Gastroenterology 86:1367, 1991.??10. Berci, G., J.M. Sackier, et al: SAGES Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Study. Am Surg, in press, 1992.11. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr., Ghobrial R., Catalano, M., Raijman, I.: A new technique for combined percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy and jejunostomy. Third World Congress of Surgical Endoscopy, June, 1992.12. Ghobrial, R., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Catalano, M., Raijman, I: A new technique for combined percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy and jejunostomy. 1992 Scientific Session of the Society of AmericanGastrointestinal Surgeons (SAGES), Washington, D.C., USA, April 11-12, 1992. Surgical Endoscopy, 6:99, 1992.13. Raijman, I., Catalano, M.F., Hirsch, G.S., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Broughan T.A., Chung, R.S., Sivak, M.V., Jr: Endoscopic treatment of biliary leak (BL) after laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC). Am J Gastroenterology, 87:1292, 1993.14. Raijman, I., Catalano, M.F., Hirsch, G.S., MacFadyen B.V., Jr., Broughan T.A., Chung, R.S., Sivak, M.V., Jr: Endoscopic treatment of biliary leak (BL) after laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC). North American Conference of Gastroenterology Fellows. Accepted.15. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: A new technique for combined percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy and jejunostomy. Accepted Texas Surgical Society July 1992.16. MacFadyen,B.V.,Jr.: Complications of laparoscopic inguina herniorrhaphy. Surg Laparoscopy and Endoscopy, 1993.17. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Lenz, S., Mathis, C.R.: The economics of laparoscopic surgery. Surg Endosc 8(5):517, 1994.18. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Mathis, C.R.: The use of endoscopic cholangiopancreatography in laparoscopic cholecystomy. Surg Endosc 8(5):489,1994.19. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Mathis, C.R.: Bile duct after laparoscopic cholecystectomy - The United States experience. Surg Endosc 8(8):935, 1994.20. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Coates, N., Mathis, C.R.: Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) and percutaneous endoscopic jejunostomy (PEJ): A new technique. Surg Endosc 8(8):943, 1994.21. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Mathis, C.R.: Biliary Tract. Second International Congress of the European Association for Endoscopic Surgery (E.A.E.S.) Madrid, Spain, September 14-17, 1994, oral presentations, Session I. Surg Endosc 8:935-974, 1994.22. Lamki, L., Barron, B., Pinero, S., Shepard, P., Bull, J., Holoye, P., Ephron, V., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Ingram, L., Oggero, K., Duke, J.: Tc-99m-Anti-CEA monoclonal antibody (IMMU-4) in the initial staging of breast cancer. Clin Nuclear Med, 20:89, January 1995. 8
    • 23. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., and Rosario Vecchio: Assessment and limits of laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair. Third International Congress on New Technology and Advanced Techniques in Surgery, Joint Meeting with the Third Annual Congress of the European Association for Endoscopic Surgery, Joint Postgraduate Course of EAES and SAGES, Luxembourg, June 11-17, 1995.24. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Rosario Vecchio, and Steven Lenz: The economics of laparoscopic surgery. Third International Congress on New Technology and Advanced Techniques in Surgery, Joint Meeting with the Third Annual Congress of the European Association for Endoscopic Surgery, Joint Postgraduate Course of EAES and SAGES, Luxembourg, June 11-17, 1995.25. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., and Rosario Vecchio: New technologies: Can we afford them? Third International Congress on New Technology and Advanced Techniques in Surgery, Joint Meeting with the Third Annual Congress of the European Association for Endoscopic Surgery, Joint Postgraduate Course of EAES and SAGES, Luxembourg, June 11-17, 1995.26.MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., and Rosario Vecchio: Laparoscopic colo-rectal resections for cancer are equivalent to open resection. Third International Congress on New Technology and Advanced Techniques in Surgery, Joint Meeting with the Third Annual Congress of the European Association for Endoscopic Surgery, Joint Postgraduate Course of EAES and SAGES, Luxembourg, June 11-17, 1995.27. Tran, H.D., Barron, B.J., Lamki, L.M., Pinero, S., Ingram, L., Day, S., Reich, H., Bull, J., Holoye, P., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., and Robins, D.: How to diagnose and stage primary breast cancer with scintimammography and spect: An interactive multimedia tutorial. The Society of Nuclear Medicine 42nd Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, June 12-15, 1995.28. Marvin, R.G., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Laparoscopic jejunostomy after gun shot wounds to the oral cavity. Surg Endosc Supplement 1, 14:S214, 2000.PUBLICATIONS IN REFEREED JOURNALS1. Rosato, E.F., Rosato, F.E., and MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Effect of truncal vagotomy on acid and pepsin responses to histamine in duodenal ulcer subjects. Ann. Surg. 173:63-66, 1971.2. Dudrick, S.J., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Van Buren, C.T., Ruberg, R.L., and Maynard, A.T.: Parenteral hyperalimentation: Metabolic problems and solutions. Ann. Surg. 176:259-264, 1972.3. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr., Dudrick, S.J., and Ruberg, R.L.: Management of gastrointestinal fistulas with parenteral hyperalimentation. Surgery 74:100-105, 1973.4. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr., Dudrick, S.J., Tagudar, E.P., Maynard, A.T., Law, D.K., and Rhoads, J.E.: Triglyceride and free fatty acid clearances in patients receiving complete parenteral hyperalimentation using a 10% soybean oil emulsion. Surg. Gynecol. Obstet. 137:813-815, 1973.5. Copeland, E.M., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., and Dudrick, S.J.: Prevention of microbial catheter contamination in patients receiving parenteral hyperalimentation. South. Med. J.67:303-306, 1974.6. Copeland, E.M., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., and Dudrick, S.J.: Intravenous hyperalimentation in cancer patients. J. Surg. Res. 16:241-247, 1974. 9
    • 7. Copeland, E.M., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., McGown, C., and Dudrick, S.J.: The use of hyperalimentation in patients with potential sepsis. Surg. Gynecol. Obstet. 138:377-380, 1974.8. Jordan, H.A., Moses, H. III, MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., and Dudrick, S.J.: Hunger and satiety in humans during parenteral hyperalimentation. Psychosom, Med. 36:144-145, 1974.9. Solomon, N., Copeland, E.M., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Dudrick, S.J., and Samaan, N.A.: Intravenous hyperalimentation and growth hormone in cancer patients. Surg. Forum 5:59-60, 1974.10. Copeland, E.M., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Lanzotti, V., and Dudrick, S.J.: Intravenous hyperalimentation as an adjunct to cancer chemotherapy. Am. J. Surg. 129:167-173, 1975.11. Copeland, E.M., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., MacComb, W.S., Guillamondegui, O., Jesse, R.H., and Dudrick, S.J.: Intravenous hyperalimentation in patients with head and neck cancer. Cancer 35:606-611, 1975.12. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr., and Dudrick, S.J.: Inflammatory bowel disease -- A new method of treatment. International Society of Parenteral Nutrition Proceedings, Kyoto, Japan, August, 1975. Acta Chir. Scand. 90-91, 1976.13. Copeland, E.M., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Rapp, M.A., and Dudrick, S.J.: Hyperalimentation and immune competence in cancer. Surg.Forum 26:138-140, 1975.14. Dudrick, S.J., Copeland, E.M., and MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Long-term parenteral nutrition: Its current status. Hosp. Prac.10(5):47-58, 1975.15. Copeland, E.M., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., and Dudrick, S.J.: Effect of intravenous hyperalimentation on established delayed hypersensitivity in the cancer patient. Ann. Surg. 184(1):60-64, 1976.16. Copeland, E.M., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Lanzotti, V.C., and Dudrick, S.J.: Intravenous hyperalimentation as an adjunct to cancer chemotherapy. Proceedings of the International Society of Parenteral Nutrition, Montpellier, France, 1974. Edited by C. Romieu, C. Solassol, H. Joyeux, B. Astrue, pp. 685-694, 1976.17. Copeland, E.M., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., MacComb, W.S., Guillamondegui, O., Jesse, R.H., and Dudrick, S.J.: Intravenous hyperalimentation in patients with head and neck cancer. Proceedings of the International Society of Parenteral Nutrition, Montpellier, France, 1974. Edited by C. Romieu, C. Solassol, H. Joyeux, B. Astruc, pp. 711-719, 1976.18. Copeland, E.M., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., McGown, C., and Dudrick, S.J.: Should hyperalimentation be used in the potentially septic patient? Proceedings of the International Society of Parenteral Nutrition. Montpellier, France, 1974. Edited by C. Romieu, C. Solassol, H. Joyeux, B. Astruc, pp. 657-666, 1976.19. Dudrick, S.J., Copeland, E.M., and MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Hyperalimentation in infants. Bilanzierte Eranhrung in der Therapie (Balanced Nutrition and Therapy), II International Symposium in Erlangen, Germany, April 11-14, 1973. Zeit Ernahrungswiss 15:9-25, 1976.20. Dudrick, S.J., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Copeland, E.M., and Duke, J.H. Jr.: Experimental aspects of total parenteral alimentation. International Symposium on Intensive Therapy -- Total 10
    • Parenteral Alimentation. May 30-June 2, 1975. Rome, Italy. Total Parenteral Alimentation, edited by Manni, Magalini and Scascia, pp. 3-17, 1976.21. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr.: The use of ten percent soybean oil emulsion in adult patients. Proceedings on Fat Emulsion on Parenteral Nutrition, American Medical Association Symposium, Chicago, Illinois, December, 1976, pp. 54-61.22. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr., and Dudrick, S.J.: Inflammatory bowel disease -- A new method of treatment. International Society of Parenteral Nutrition Proceedings, Kyoto, Japan, August, 1975. Acta Chir. Scand. 90-91, 1976.23. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr., and Dudrick, S.J.: The management of fistulas in inflammatory bowel disease with parenteral hyperalimentation. Proceedings of the International Society of Parenteral Nutrition, Montpellier, France, 1974. Edited by C. Romieu, C. Solassol, H. Joyeux, B. Astruc, pp. 559-562, 1976.24. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr., and Dudrick, S.J.: The treatment of gastrointestinal fistulas with parenteral hyperalimentation and total bowel rest. Proceedings of the International Society of Parenteral Nutrition, Montpellier, France, 1974. Edited by C. Romieu, C. Solassol, H. Joyeux, B. Astruc, pp. 437-440, 1976.25. Copeland, E.M., Souchon, E.A., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Rapp, M., and Dudrick, S.J.: Intravenous hyperalimentation as an adjunct to radiation therapy. Cancer 39:609-616, 1977.26. Dudrick, S.J., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Souchon, E.A., Englert, D.M., and Copeland, E.M.: Parenteral nutrition techniques in cancer patients. Cancer Res. 37(7):2440-2450, 1977.27. Hill, G.L., Bowen, J.C., Copeland, E.M., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Duke, J.H. Jr., and Dudrick, S.J.: Teaching in clinical surgery: At the bedside or in the seminar room. J. Med. Educ. 52:595-597, July, 1977.28. Dudrick, S.J., Englert, D.M., Van Buren, C.T., Rowlands, B.J., and MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: New concepts of ambulatory home hyperalimentation. J.P.E.N. 3:2:72-76, 1979.29. Copeland, E.M., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., and Dudrick, S.J.: Effect of nutrition on immunocompetence in cancer patients. Proceedings of the International Society for Parenteral Nutrition. Acta Chir. Scand. 494:181-182, 1979.30. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr., Dudrick, S.J., Baquero, G., and Gum, E.T.: Clinical and biological changes in liver function during IVH. Acta Chir. Scand. 494:173-174, 1979.31. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr., Dudrick, S.J., Baquero, G. and Gum, E.T.: Clinical and biological changes in liver function during IVH. J.P.E.N. 3(6):438-443, 1979.32. Dudrick, S.J., Englert, D.M., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., and Souchon, E.A.: A vest for ambulatory patients receiving hyperalimentation. Surg. Gynecol. Obstet. 148:587-590, 1979.33. Dudrick, S.J., Copeland, E.M., Daly, J.M., Long, J.M, Duke, J.H. Jr., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Rowlands, B.J., Van Buren, C.T.,Corriere, J.N. Jr., Kahan, B.D., Ota, D.M., Englert, D.M., and Jensen, T.G.: A Clinical review of nutritional support of the patient. J.P.E.N. 3:444-451, 1979.34. Rowlands, B.J., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., DeJong, P., and Dudrick, S.J.: Monitoring hepatic dysfunction during intravenous hyper-alimentation. J. Surg. Res. 28:471-478, 1980. 11
    • 35. Issell, B.F., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Gum, E.T., Valdivieso, M., Dudrick, S.J., and Bodey, G.P.: Serum zinc levels in lung cancer patients. Cancer 47(7):1845-1848, 1981.36. Bakic, V., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Booth, F.W.: Effect of elective surgical procedures on tissue protein synthesis. J Surg Res 44:62-66, 1988.37. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Gliga, L., Al-Kaisi, N.K., Vareska, G.J., Ponsky, J.: Endoscopic and histologic correlates of intestinal ischema in a canine model. Am Surgeon, 10-4:87, 1988.38. Ford, E., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Dudrick, S.J.: Management of gastrointestinal fistulas. Contemporary Gastroenterology 2(2):37-42.1989.39. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Sandler, C.M.: Percutaneous cholecystectomy and lithotripsy of gallstones. The Am Surgeon 56(4):226-231, 1990.40. Evans, D.B., Byrd, D.R., Mansfield, P.F., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Ota, D.M.: Laparoscopic guided placement of a tube jejunostomy. Surgery, submitted May 1991.41. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr., Catalano, M.F., Raijman, I., Ghobrial R: Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy with jejunal extension: A new technique. Am J Gastroenterology, 87(6):725-728, June 1992.42. Airan, M., Appel, M., Berci, G., Coburg, D., Cohen, M., Cuschieri, A., Dent, T., Duppler, D., Easter, D., Greene, F., Halevey, S., Hammer, J., Jenson, M., Ko, S., MacFadyen, B., Perissat, J., Ponsky, J., Ravindranation, J., Sackier, J., Soper, N., Van Stiegman G., Traverso, W., Udwadia, T.,Unger, S., Wahlstrom, E., Wolfe, B.: Retrospective and prospective multi-institutional laparoscopic cholecystectomy study organized by the Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons. Surg Endosc, 6(4):169-176,1992.43. Gilbert, D.A., Dimarino, A.J. Jr., Jensen, D.M., Katon, R.M., Kimmey, M.B.,Laine, L.A., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Michaletz, P.A., Zuckerman, G.: Status evaluation: endoscopic ultrasonography. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 38(6):747-749, 1992.44. Gilbert, D.A., Dimarino, A.J. Jr., Jensen, D.M., Katon, R.M., Kimmey, M.B., Laine, L.A., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Michaletz-Onody, P.A., Zuckerman, G.: Status evaluation: biliary stents. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, 38(6):750-752, 1992.45. Gilbert, D.A., Dimarino, A.J. Jr., Jensen, D.M., Katon, R.M., Kimmey, M.B.,Laine, L.A., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Michaletz-Onody, P.A., Zuckerman, G.: Status evaluation: hot biopsy forceps. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 38(6):753-756, 1992.46. Gilbert, D.A., Dimarino, A.J., Jr., Jensen, D.M., Katon, R.M. Kimmey,M.B., L.A., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Michaletz-Onody, P.A., Zuckerman, G:Status: Evaluation: sphincter of Oddi manometry. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 38(6):757-759, 1992.47. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr., Ghobrial, R., Catalano, M., Raijman, I.: Concomitant placement of percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy and jejunostomy. Surg Endosc, 16:289-293, 1992.48. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr., Arregui, M., Corbitt, J., Filipi, C., Fitzgibbons, R.,Franklin, M., McKernan, J., Olsen, D., Phillips, E., Rosenthal, D., Sewell, R., Smoot, R., Spaw, A. Toy, F., Zucker, K.: Complications of laparoscopic herniorrhaphy. Surg Endosc 7(3):155-158, May/June 1993. 12
    • 49. Raijman, I., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Catalano, M.: Endoscopic treatment of bile duct leaks after laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Am J Gastroenterology,1993.50. Ali, V., Katz, A., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Khalil, S.: Can postoperative nausea and pain be minimized with the use of a gasless technique during laparoscopy? 1994, To be published.51. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Lenz, S.W.: The economic considerations in laparoscopic surgery. Surg Endosc 8:748-752, 1994.52. Kimmey, M.B., Burnett, D.A., Carr-Locke, D.L., DiMarino, A.J., Jensen, D.M., Katon, R., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Scobey, M.W., Stein, T.N., Steinberg, S.M.: Technology Assessment Status Evaluation: Endoscopic pancreatic therapy. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 39(6):881-888, 1993.53. Kimmey, M.B., Burnett, D.A., Carr-Locke, D.L., DiMarino, A.J., Jensen, D.M., Katon, R., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Scobey, M.W., Stein, T.N., Steinberg, S.M.: Technology Assessment Status Evaluation: Disposable endoscopic accessories.Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 39(6):878-880, 1993.54. Kimmey, M.B., Burnett, D.A., Carr-Locke, D.L., DiMarino, A.J., Jensen, D.M., Katon, R., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Scobey, M.W., Stein, T.N., Steinberg, S.M.: Technology Assessment Position Paper: Transmission of infection by gastrointestinal endoscopy. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 39(6):885-888, 1993.55. Kimmey, M.B., Burnett, D.A., Carr-Locke, D.L., DiMarino, A.J., Jensen, D.M.,Katon, R., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Scobey, M.W., Stein, T.N., Steinberg, S.M.: Technology Assessment Status Evaluation: Transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 39(6):889-891, 1993.56. Coates, N.E., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Endoscopic jejunal access for enteral feeding. J Am College Surgeons, 169:627-628, June 1995.57. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Vecchio, R.: Surgical techniques of laparoscopic colostomies, Italian J Endosc, 3:1-3, 1995.58. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Outcomes in medical care - what are they? Surgical Endoscopy, 9(11):1213-1214, November, 1995.59. Ricardo A.E., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Laparoscopic surgery of the biliary tree. J Hepato-Biliary- Pancreatic Surg 3(3):265-274, 1996.60. Ricardo, A.E., Feig, B.W., Ellis, L.M.,MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., et al: Gallbladder cancer and trocar site recurrences: The facts regarding the myth. Am J Surg 174:619-623,1997.61. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Vecchio, R., Ricardo, A.E., Mathis, C.R.: Bile duct injury after laparoscopic cholecystectomy: The United States experience. Surgical Endoscopy, 12(4):315-321, April 1998.62. Vecchio, R., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Latteri, S.: Laparoscopic cholecystectomy: An analysis on 114,005 cases of United States series. Int Surg 83:000-000, 1998.63. Mellinger J.D., MacFadyen B.V., Jr.. Endoluminal approaches to gastroesophageal reflux 13
    • disease. In Scott-Conner CEH, editor. The SAGES Manual: Fundamentals of Laparoscopy and Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, 2nd edition. New York: Springer Verlag, (in press).64. Mellinger J.D., MacFadyen B.V., Jr.. Obstructive jaundice: endoscopic management. In Cameron JL, editor. Current Surgical Therapy, 8th edition. New York: Mosby; 2004; 452-458.65. Mellinger J.D., MacFadyen B.V., Jr., Mercer DW, Potts JR. Small intestine and appendix. In Lawrence PF, editor. Essentials of General Surgery, 4th edition. New York: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2005; 283-303.INVITED ARTICLES:1. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr., and Dudrick, S.J.: Total parenteral nutrition of the critically injured patient. Diet. Curr. 5(1):1-6, 1978.2. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr.: The role of IVH in gastrointestinal diseases. Clin. Consult. Nutr. Supp. Vol. 2, No. 1, January 1982.3. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr.: The use of intravenous hyperalimentation in gastrointestinal diseases. Nutr. Supp. Serv. 2(5):6-10, May, 1982.4. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr.: Postgraduate course wrapup. Nutri. Supp. Serv. 5(5):18-19, 1985.5. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr., Sachdeva, A., Papp, K.K., and Merrick, H.: Personal qualities in a physician. In: Focus on Medical Education 2(3):6-8, 1985.6. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Gallstone lithotripsy holds promise. M.D. Practice, pp 18-20, April 1988.7. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Three-dimensional video system: Product Review. Surg Endosc Laparoscopy 2(3):273, 1992.8. Mathis C.R., and MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Laparoscopic colorectal resection: A review of the current experience. International Surgery, 79(3):221-225,1994, Edizioni Minerva Medica, Turin, Italy.9. Preface, In: Surgical Clinics of North America, Bruce V. MacFadyen, Jr., and Jeffrey L. Ponsky (eds.), Laparoscopic Surgery, W.B. Saunders Company, October 1992, 72(5).10. Preface, In: Seminars in Laparoscopic Surgery, Bruce V. MacFadyen, Jr., W.B. Saunders Company, A. Cuschieri, B.V. MacFadyen, Jr. (eds.) 1(1):2, April 1994.11. Foreword, In: Seminars in Laparoscopic Surgery, Bruce V. MacFadyen, Jr., W.B. Saunders Company, A. Cuschieri, B.V. MacFadyen, Jr. (eds.) 1(1):1, April 1994.12. Preface, In: Seminars in Laparoscopic Surgery, Bruce V. MacFadyen, Jr., W.B. Saunders Company, A. Cuschieri, B.V. MacFadyen, Jr. (eds.), 3(2):1-3, June 1996.13. Preface, In: Operative Laparoscopy and thoracoscopy, Bruce V. MacFadyen, Jr., Lippincott- Raven, B.V. MacFadyen, Jr., Jeffrey L. Ponsky (eds.), 1996, New York. 14
    • 14. Preface, In: Seminars in Laparoscopic Surgery, Bruce V. MacFadyen, Jr., W.B. Saunders Company, A. Cuschieri, B.V. MacFadyen, Jr. (eds.), 5(2):67-68, June 1998.15. Hashizume, M., Sugimachi, K., MacFadyen, B.V. Jr.: The clinical management and results of surgery for acute cholecystitis. Semin Lap Surg 5(2):69-80, June 1998.16. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Diagnostic choledochoscopy. In: The SAGES Manual, Fundamentals of Laparoscopy and GI Endoscopy. Springer, C.E.H. Scott-Conner (ed.), pp. 523-528, 1998.17. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Litwin, D., Park A., Phillips, E.H.: Laparoscopic Splenectomy: Indications and Outcomes, Symposium, Part 1. Contemporary Surgery 56(6):345-354, 2000.18. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Litwin, D., Park, A., Phillips, E.H.: Laparoscopic Splenectomy: Technical Considerations, Symposium, Part 2. Contemporary Surgery 56(7):398-407, 2000.19. Preface, In: Seminars in Laparoscopic Surgery, Bruce V. MacFadyen, Jr., W.B. Saunders Company, A. Cuschieri, B.V. MacFadyen, Jr. (eds.), 7(4):223, December 2000.BOOKS:1. Surgical Clinics of North America, Bruce V. MacFadyen, Jr., and Jeffrey L. Ponsky (eds.), Laparoscopic Surgery, W.B. Saunders Company, October 1992, 72(5).2. Seminars in Laparoscopic Surgery, Alfred Cuschieri,Bruce V. MacFadyen, Jr., (eds.), W.B. Saunders Company, 1(1):2, April 1994-present.3. Operative Laparoscopy and Thoracoscopy, Bruce V. MacFadyen, Jr., Jeffrey L. Ponsky (eds.), Lippincott-Raven, 1996, New York.4. Laparoscopic Surgery of the Abdomen, Bruce V. MacFadyen, Jr., Maurice E. Arregui (eds.), Springer-Verlay, 2004, New YorkCHAPTERS 1. Dudrick, S.J., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., and Winters, R.W.: Technique of total parenateral nutrition in infants. In H.H. Bode and J.B. Warshaw, (eds.), Parenteral Nutrition in Infancy and Childhood. New York, Plenum Press, 1974.2. Copeland, E.M., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Lanzotti, V.C., and Dudrick, S.J.: Nutritional care of the cancer patient. In R.L. Clarke and C.K. Howe (eds.). Cancer Patient Care at M.D. AndersonHospital and Tumor Institute, pp. 607-628. Chicago, Illinois, Year Book Medical Publishers, 1976.3. Dudrick, S.J., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., and Daly, J.M.: Management of inflammatory bowel disease with parenteral hyperalimentation. 34th Hahnemann Symposium. In H.R. Clearfield and V.P. Dinoso,Jr. (eds.), Gastrointestinal Emergencies. New York, Grune and Stratton, Inc., March, 1976, pp. 193-199.4. Dudrick, S.J., and MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Inflammatory lesions of the small bowel. In J.D. Hardy and J.B. Lippincott (eds.), Rhoads Textbook of Surgery -- Principles and Practice, Fifth Edition, pp. 1134-1142, Philadelphia, 1977.5. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr., Copeland, E.M., and Dudrick, S.J.: Principles of surgical nutrition. In 15
    • H.A. Schneider, C.E. Anderson and D.B. Coursin (eds.), Nutritional Support of MedicalPractice, pp. 485-499. Hagerstown, Maryland, Harper and Row, 1977.6. Dudrick, S.J., Copeland, E.M., and MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Parenateral nutrition as an adjunct to cancer therapy. In F.W. Ahnefeld, H. Bergmann, C. Burri, W. Dick, M. Halmagyi and E. Rugheimer (eds.), Klinishe Anasthesiologie and Intensive Therapie, 13, Fortschritte in der Parenteralen Ernahrung, pp. 1-15. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1977.7. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr., Copeland, E.M., and Dudrick, S.J.: The use of intravenous hyperalimentation in the management of patients with malignant diseases. In J.R. Richards and J.M. Kinney (eds.), Nutritional Aspects of Care in the Critically Ill, pp. 541-556. Proceedings of Nutritional Symposium, Glasgow, Scotland, November, 1976. London, Churchill-Livingstone, 1977.8. Dudrick, S.J., Copeland, E.M., and MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: The nutritional care of the cancer patient. In J.M. Green, N. Martinus (eds.), Current Concepts in Parenteral Nutrition, pp. 187-216, Holland, The Hague, 1977.9. Ota, D.M., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Gum, E.T., and Dudrick, S.J.: Zinc and copper deficiencies in man during intravenous hyperalimentation. In K.M. Hambridge and B.L. Nichols, Jr. (eds.), Zinc and Copper in Clinical Medicine, Vol. II, pp. 99-112. Spectrum Publications, Inc., New York, 1978.10. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr., and Dudrick, S.J.: Hyperalimentation in the critically ill patient. In W.A. Krehl and N.H. Moss (eds.), Clinical Nutrition in Health Care Facilities, pp. 18-20, George F. Stickley Company for Academy of Sciences at Philadelphia, 1979.11. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr.: The management of intestinal fistulas. In Miller, T.A. and Dudrick, S.J. (eds.), The Management of Difficult Surgical Problems, pp. 216-224, University of Texas Press, Austin, Texas, 1981.12. Lane, H.W., Barroso, A.O., Dudrick, S.J., Englert, M., and MacFadyen, B.V.,Jr.: Selenium status of seven IVH patients. In Trace Element Metabolism in Man and Animals, Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Trace Element Metabolism in Man and Animals (TEMA-4), held in Perth, Western Australia, May 11-15, 1981, J. McChowell and J.M. Gawthorn, C.L. White eds.). Australian Academy of Science, Camberra, 1981.13. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr., Copeland, E.M., and Dudrick, S.J.: Surgery and oncology. In H.A. Scheider, C.E. Anderson, and D.B. Coursin, (eds.), Nutritional Support of Medical Practice, pp. 611-625, First Edition, Philadelphia, Harper and Row, 1983.14. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr., James, E.C., Telford, G.L., and Colberg, J.E.: Small intestine and Appendix. In: Essentials of General Surgery, pp. 191-206, First Edition, Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins, 1988.15. Merrick, III, W.H., Smith, M.R., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., and Goldman, M.H.: Surgical bleeding and blood replacement. In: Essentials of General Surgery, pp. 87-94, Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins, 1988.16. McKernan, J.B., Wolfe, B.M., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Laparoscopic repair of duodenal ulcer and gastroesophageal reflux. In: The Surgical Clinics of North America, pp. 1153-1167, Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders Co., October 1992, 72(5). 16
    • 17. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Wolfe, B.M., McKernan, J.B.: Laparoscopic management of the acute abdomen, appendix, and small and large bowel. In:The Surgical Clinics of North America, 72: (5):1169-1183, Philadelphia,W.B. Saunders Co., October 1992.18. Merrick, III, W.H., Smith, M.R., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr. and Goldman, M.H.: Surgical bleeding and blood replacement. In: Essentials of General Surgery, pp. 99-106, First Edition, Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins, 1992.19. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr., James, E.C., Telford, G.L., and Colberg, J.E.: Small intestine and Appendix. In: Essentials of General Surgery, pp. 203-218, First Edition, Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins, 1992.20. MacFadyen, Jr., B.V., Petelin, J.B., McKernan, J.B.: Laparoscopic hernia repair. In: Perspectives in General and Laparoscopic Surgery, vol. 4, no. 2, 1994.21. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Endoscopic placement of enteral feeding tubes. In: Endoscopic Surgery, pp. 159-170, First Edition, FL Greene, JL Ponsky (eds.), Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders Co., 1994.22. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Laparoscopic inguinal herniorrhaphy: Complications and Pitfalls. In: Inguinal Hernia. Advances or Controversies? pp. 289-295, First Edition, ME Arregui, RF Nagan (eds.), Oxford, Radcliffe Medical Press, 1994.23. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., and Charles R. Mathis: Laparoscopic resection of the colon and rectum. In: Minimal Access Surgical Oncology, F Greene, D Rosin (eds.), Radcliffe Medical Press, Oxford-New York, pp.90-109, 1995.24. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Vecchio, R., Ricardo A.E.: Ileostomy and colostomy. In: Operative Laparoscopy and Thoracoscopy, B.V. MacFadyen, Jr., J.L. Ponsky (eds.), pp. 711-727, Lippincott-Raven, 1996.25. Ghobrial R, MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., McKernan, J.B., Wolfe, B.M.: Laparoscopic management of gastrointestinal diseases. In: Cirurgia Video Laparoscopica, H.W. Pinotti, C.E. Domene (eds.), pp. 245-265, 1993.26. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., and Mathis, C.R.: Inguinal herniorrhaphy - Complications and recurrences. In: Seminars in Laparoscopic Surgery, Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders Co., June 1994 1(2):128-140.27. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Salky, B.A., Ricardo, A.E.: Abdominoperineal resection. In: Operative Laparoscopy and Thoracoscopy, B.V. MacFadyen, Jr., J.L. Ponsky (eds.), pp. 679-694, Lippincott-Raven, 1996.28. Coates, N.E., MacFadyen, Jr., B.V.: Laparoscopic placement of enteral feeding tubes. In: Current Surgical Nutrition, R. Latifi, S.J. Dudrick (eds.), R. G. Landes Company, Georgetown, Texas, pp. 78-84, 1996.29. Merrick, H.W., Smith, M.R., MacFadyen, Jr., B.V.: Surgical bleeding and blood replacement. P.F. Lawrence (ed.), Essentials of General Surgery, 3rd edition. Baltimore, Williams and Wilkins Publishers, pp. 79-92, 1999.30. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Passi, R.B.: The role of endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography in the era of laparoscopic cholecystectomy. M.E.Franklin (ed.), 17
    • Seminars in Laparoscopic Surgery, 4(1):18-22, March 1997.31. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Mercer, D.W., Potts, J.R. III: Small intestine and appendix. P.F. Lawrence (ed.), Essentials of General Surgery, 3rd edition, Baltimore, Williams and Wilkins Publishers, pp. 241-264, 1999.32. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Ricardo, A.E.: Endoscopic management of nonvariceal upper gastrointestinal bleeding. Complications of Endoscopic and Laparoscopic Surgery, J.L. Ponsky (ed.), Lippincott-Raven, pp. 35-48, 1997.33. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Laparoscopic inguinal herniorrhaphy: Results of treatment. In: Textbook of Videoscopic Surgery, D. Olsen, S.L. Jensen, A.R. Ferreres, J.D. Corbitt (eds.), The Netherlands, Harwood Academic Publishers, pp. 237-242, 1997.34. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Diagnostic Choledochoscopy. In:Sages Manual: Fundamentals of Laparoscopy and GI Endoscopy, CEH Scott-Conner (ed.), pp. 523-528, 1998, Springer-Verlag, New York.35. Vecchio, R., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Ricardo, A.E.: Bile duct injury – management options during and after gallbladder surgery. In: Seminars in Laparoscopic Surgery, B.V. MacFadyen, Jr. (ed.), 5(2): 135-144, June 1998.36. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Intravenous Hyperalimentation. In: Fifty Years of Houston Surgical Society, K.L. Mattox (ed.), Eakin Press, Austin, Texas, October 1998.37. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr: History of the Texas Medical Center, Frank G. Moody, M.D. In: Fifty Years of Houston Surgical Society, K.L. Mattox (ed.), Eakin Press, Austin, Texas, October 1998.38. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Diagnostic Choledochoscopy. In: CEH Scott-Conner ed.), The SAGES Manual, Fundamentals of Laparoscopic and GI Endoscopy. Springer, pp. 523-528, 1998.39. Vecchio, R, MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Miller, T.A.: Laparoscopic cholecystectomy and common bile duct exploration. In: F.G. Moody (ed.), Atlas of Ambulatory Surgery, Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders Company, pp. 133-149,1999.40. Vecchio, R, MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Laparoscopic surgery and flexible endoscopy. In: F.G. Moody (ed.), Atlas of Ambulatory Surgery, Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders Company, pp. 123-132,1999.41. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Ricardo, A.E.: Diagnostic upper gastrointestinal endoscopy. In: Mastery of Endoscopic and Laparoscopic Surgery, S. Eubanks, L. Swanstrom, N. Soper (eds.), Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia, pp. 115-122, 1999.42. Vecchio, R, MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Palazzo F: History of laparoscopic surgery. PanMinerva Medica, 1999.43. Gill, B.S., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Ultrasonic dissectors and minimally invasive surgery. In: Seminars in Laparoscopic Surgery, 13:28:229-234, A. Cuschieri, B.V. MacFadyen, Jr., (eds.), W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia,December 1999.44. Mercer, D.W., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Gastric Ulcer. In: L.W. Norton, G.V. Steigman, B. Eiseman (eds.), Surgical Decision Making, pp. 116-119, Fourth Edition, W.B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, 2000. 18
    • 45. Wood, T, MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Diagnostic and therapeutic choledochoscopy. In: Seminars in Laparoscopic Surgery, 7(4):288-294, A. Cuschieri, MacFadyen, B.V., Jr. (eds.), W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, December 200046. Gupta, Naren, MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Diagnostic Upper Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. In: Eubanks, Stephen W., Swanström, Soper, Nathaniel J. (eds), Mastery of Endoscopic and Laparoscopic Surgery, pp. 115 – 122, Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins, 200047. Brijesh S. Gill, MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Laparoscopic hernia repair. In: Complications in Minimal Invasive Surgery, to be published, 2001.48. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Laparoscopic Common Bile Duct Exploration. In: Current Surgical Therapy, Seventh Edition, J.L. Cameron (ed.), Mosby, St.Louis, pp. 1377-1382, 2001.OTHER PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATIONS:1. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr.: Pathophysiology of inanition. Taped by Audio-Digest Foundation, Los Angeles, California, December, 1972.2. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr.: Parenteral hyperalimentation. Taped by Audio-Digest Foundation, Los Angeles, California, December, 1972.3. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr.: Parenteral hyperalimentation. Taped by USV Pharmaceutical Corporation, Houston, Texas, March, 1973. 4. Dudrick, S.J., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Copeland, E.M. and Souchon, E.A.: Parenteral hyperalimentation. Presented at the 59th Clinical Congress, American College of Surgeons, Chicago, Illinois, October 17, 1973 (Cine Clinic Film). Film is housed in the American College of Surgeons Motion Picture Library.5. Dudrick, S.J., Copeland, E.M., Long, J.M. and MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Total parenteral nutrition (Telecourse). American Medical Association Clinical Convention, Dallas, Texas, June, 1976.6. MacFadyen, B.V. Jr.: The treatment of inflammatory bowel disease with the use of intravenous hyperalimentation (Workshop). American Medical Association Clinical Convention, Dallas, Texas, June, 1976.7. Copeland, E.M., MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Souchon, E.A., and Dudrick, S.J.: Intravenous hyperalimentation and cancer. Scientific Exhibit, 62nd Annual Clinical Congress, American College of Surgeons, Chicago, Illinois, October, 1976.8. Dudrick, S.J., Englert, D.M., Rowlands, B.J., Barroso, A.O. and MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Ambulatory Home Hyperalimentation, 31st Cine Clinic, American College of Surgeons 66th Annual Clinical Congress, Atlanta, October, 1980, and Spring Meeting, New Orleans, March, 1981.9. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr., Gliga, L., Al-Kaisi, N.K., Vareska, G.J., and Ponsky, J.: Endoscopic and histologic correlates of intestinal ischemia in a canine model. Am Soc Gastrointestinal Endoscopy meeting, April 23-25, 1987, Washington, D.C., SAGES Video Library Catalogue, October 1987. 19
    • 10. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Minimally invasive surgery. A host of patient benefits. Surgical Progress, Spring, 1993, Department of Surgery, The University of Texas Medical School - Houston Health Science Center.11. MacFadyen, B.V., Jr.: Commentary; Impact of minimally invasive surgery on the treatment of esophageal achalasia. A decade of change by Marco G. Patti, M.D. et al.INVITED LECTURES:1. Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas: “Endoscopic and Laparoscopic Surgery,” October 19, 1990.2. Waldo B. Edwards Seminar, Kirkwood, Missouri: “Minimally Invasive Surgery of the Biliary Tree,” November 7, 1990.3. Texas Tech Medical School, El Paso, Texas: “Complications of Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy” and “Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy,” November 27, 1990.4. Houston Radiology Society, J.W. Marriott, Houston: “Surgeons Approach to Breast Pain,” September 10, 1993.5. The World Congress of Endoscopic Surgery, Kyoto, Japan: “The Economics of Laparoscopic Surgery,” “Laparoscopic Colorectal Resection,” and “The Use of Endoscopic Cholangiopancreatography in Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy,” June 16-19, 1994.6. V Curso Internacional de Cirurgua Laparoscopica, Goiania, Brazil: “Laparoscopy - Past, Present, Future,” “Laparoscopic and Endoscopic Gastrostomy and Jejunostomy,” “Endoscopic Management of Common Bile Duct Stones,” “Laparoscopic Management of Choledocholithiasis,” “The Economics of Laparoscopic Surgery,” February 11-14, 1995.7. Third International Congress on New Technology and Advanced Techniques in Surgery, Luxembourg: “Assessment and Limits of Endoscopic Hernia Repair,” ‘Laparoscopic Colorectal Resections for Cancer are Equivalent to Open Resection,” “Can We Afford These New Technologies,” June 11-17, 1995.8. 57th Congress of the Japanese Society for Clinical Surgery, Fukushima, Japan: “Laparoscopic Surgery: Present and Future,” November 7-12, 1995.9. 5th World Congress of Endoscopic Surgery and SAGES Scientific Session and Postgraduate Course, Problem Solving in Endoscopic Surgery, “Transperitoneal Techniques for Laparoscopic Repair of Inguinal Hernia: Results and Complications,” Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 13-17, 1996.10. CMDS-CMDE IX Medical Conference, Kenya, Africa, “Noninfectious Colon Disease,” “Gallbladder and Common Bile Duct Surgery,” “Surgery for Diverticular Disease,” January 31- February 6,1998.11. The University of Washington School of Medicine, Postgraduate Course, Common Bile Duct Stones, “Transcystic Duct Exploration Using a Choledochoscope,” Seattle, Washington, April 4-5, 1998.12. American College of Surgeons Annual Meeting Postgraduate Course, Minimal Access Surgery, 20
    • “Laparoscopic Approach for the Common Bile Duct,” Orlando, Florida, October 26-29, 1998.13. CMDS-CMDE XX Medical Conference, Golden Sands, Port Dickson, Malaysia, “Gallbladder and CBDE Surgery,” “Management of Diverticular Disease,” “Noninfectious Diseases of the Colon,” “Surgical Treatment of Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease,” January 17-25, 1999.14. Cine-Med, Inc., Course on Common Bile Duct Stones: Detection and Treatment in the Era of Minimally Invasive Surgery, “Postoperative ERCP,” San Antonio, Texas, March 27-28, 1999.15. American College of Surgeons Annual Meeting, Postgraduate Course: Diseases of the Liver, Biliary Tract and Pancreas, “Endoscopic Palliation of Biliary Malignancy,” San Francisco, California, October 10-15, 1999.16. Ninth World Congress of the Gastro-Surgical Club Annual Meeting, Postgraduate Course Meet with the Experts: “Bile Duct Injury In Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy,” Nagasaki, Japan, October 19-23, 1999.17. CMDS-CMDE XXI Medical Conference, Kenya, South Africa, “Management of Diverticular Disease and Polyps,” “Colon Cancer and Volvulus,” February 7-18, 2000.18. 8th International Congress of the E.A.E.S. Annual Meeting, “Complications of Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair,” Nice, France, June 28-July 1, 2000.19. World Congress of High Tech Medicine, Monitor “Advances in Endoscopic Surgery of Parenchymal Organs,” with G.F. Meyer, Hanover, Germany, October 16-20, 2000.20. CMDS-CMDE XXII Medical Conference, Thailand, “Diagnosis of Acute Abdomen,” “Medical and Surgical Management of Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease,” and “Re-entry of the Missionary Physician into United States Medicine,” February 19-March 1, 2001.21. CMDS-CMDE XXIII Medical Conference, Kenya, South Africa, Director, February 11-21, 2002.POSTGRADUATE EDUCATIONAL TRAINING COURSES: Laparoscopic Courses: 1. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy course, The University of Utah Laser Institute, Salt Lake City, Utah, Director-Dr. John Hunter, February 2-4, 1990. 2. Advanced ERCP, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina, Director-Dr. Peter Cotton, January 23-25, 1991.3. Advanced laparoscopic cholecystectomy course, Advanced Laparoscopic Training Center, Marietta, Georgia, Director-Dr. William Saye, March 15-16, 1991.4. Laparoscopic herniorrhaphy course, Advanced Laser Workshop, American Laser Institute, Cincinnati, Ohio, March 7, 1992.5. Pneumo Sleeve course, Dexterity Surgical Inc., Chicago, Illinois, August 6, 1999. 21
    • Instructor in Laparoscopic Training Courses:1. Course Director, Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy SAGES course, The University of Texas Medical Center, Houston, Texas, January 31-February 2, 1991.2. Course Director, Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy SAGES course, St. Joseph Hospital, Houston, Texas, May 17-19, 1991.3. Trainer, Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy SAGES course, San Antonio, Texas, Director-Dr. Wayne Schwesinger, August 23-25, 1991.4. Trainer, Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy SAGES course, Denver, Colorado, Director-Dr. Max Cohen, December 6-8, 1991.5. Course Director, Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy SAGES course, St. Joseph Hospital, Houston, Texas, February 7-9, 1992.6. Course Instructor, Third International “Hands-On” Therapeutic ERCP Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, June 10-12, 1994.7. Course Director, SAGES Residents Workshop in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: An Introduction for Surgeons, with Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Cincinnati, Ohio, January 13-14,1995.8. Course Instructor, Fourth International “Hands-On” Therapeutic ERCP Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, June 2-4, 1995.9. Course Instructor, Fifth International “Hands-On” Therapeutic ERCP Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, May 31-June2, 1996.10. Anti-reflux Surgery course, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Endoscopic Training Center, Los Angeles, California, February 13-14, 1998.11. Chairman of The Current Spectrum of Laparoscopic Surgery Course #21 at the 77th Annual Clinical Congress at the American College of Surgeons meeting, , Chicago, Illinois, October 20-25, 1991.12. Organizing Committee for Minimally Invasive Surgery in Oncology Surgery Symposium, M.D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute, Houston, Texas, December 5, 1992.13. Gastrointestinal Disease Postgraduate Course lecturer, Scientific Program, 81st Annual Congress of the American College of Surgeons, New Orleans, Louisiana, October 22-27,1995.14. Scientific Program Committee for the 5th World Congress of Surgical Endoscopy, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. March 13-17, 1996.15. Annual Scientific Program Committee of the ASGE for the year 1997-1998.16. Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Department of Surgery Multi-Disciplinary Advanced Endoscopy Laparoscopic Anti-Reflux Surgery Lecture and Lab, Los Angeles, California, February 13-14, 1998.17. CMDS-CMDE IX Medical Conference, Kenya, Africa, January 31-February 6, 1998. 22
    • 18. The University of Washington School of Medicine, postgraduate course, Common Bile Duct Stones, Seattle, Washington, April 4-5, 1998.19. Cine-Med, Inc., postgraduate course, Common Bile Duct Stones, San Antonio, Texas, March 27-28,1999.20. SAGES and Ethicon Resident’s Workshop: Gastrointestinal Endoscopy and Laparoscopy – An Introduction for Surgeons, Cincinnati, Ohio, August 20 21,1999.21. CMDS-CMDE XXII Medical Conference, Thailand. February 20- March 4, 2001.22. CMDS-CMDA XXIII Medical Conference, Kenya, South Africa, Director, February 11-21, 2002.REVIEWS AND EDITORIALS:1. Review for PERSPECTIVES IN COLON AND RECTAL SURGERY on "Endoscopic balloon dilation of colonic and ileocolonic Crohns strictures: Long term results" by Y. Breysen, J.F. Janssens, G. Coremans, G. Vantrappen, G. Hendrick, and P. Rutgerts. Colon Rectal Surgery Outlook, 5(5):2-3, 1992.2. Editorial Overview for CURRENT OPINION IN GENERAL SURGERY on "Laparoscopic inguinal herniorrhaphy" by M.J. Fallas and E.H. Phillips, Vol. 2, 1994.3. Editorial Overview for CURRENT OPINION IN GENERAL SURGERY on "Laparoscopic and endoscopic management of common bile duct stones" by D.E. Pitcher, D. T. Martin and K.A. Zucker, Vol. 2, 1994.4. Editorial Overview for CURRENT OPINION IN GENERAL SURGERY on "Controversies regarding laparoscopic colectomy for malignant disease" by D.M. Ota and H. Nelson, Vol. 2, 1994.5. Editorial Overview for QUALITY MEDICAL PUBLISHING, Inc. on "Laparoscopic hernia repair" by B.V. MacFadyen, Jr., J.B. Petelin, and J.B. McKernan, In PERSPECTIVES IN GENERAL AND LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY, BA Levine (ed.), Vol. 4(2):61-84, 1994.6. Editorial Overview for CONTEMPORARY SURGERY, on “Combined laparoscopic anterior resection and open inguinal hernia repair”, by P.L. Leggett and R. Churchman-Winn, January, CONTEMPORARY SURGERY, 50(1):8-9, 1997 January.7. Letters to Editor reply for Contemporary Surgery 50(1):8-10, 1997 in Contemporary Surgery 50(4):205-208, 1997.8. Editorial, Change Is Inevitable, Surgical Endoscopy, 13:1-2, 1999.9. Editorial, Hypothermia – A Potential Risk of CO2 Insufflation? Surgical Endoscopy, 13: (2)99-100, 1999. 23
    • 10. Editorial, The Laparoscopic Revolution, Contemporary Surgery, 55(3):124,September 1999.11. Editorial, Surgical Endoscopy Enters the Era of Electronic Publication, Surgical Endoscopy, 13(12) 1179, 1999.12. Editorial, Scientific Electronic Publication: An Updated Report, Surgical Endoscopy, B.V. MacFadyen and A. Cuschieri, 15(4):2001.13. Editorial, Fraudulent and Duplicate Publications, Surgical Endoscopy, A. Cuschieri and B.V. MacFadyen, 15(6):537, 2001.14. Editorial, In our Quest for Excellence, Surgical Endoscopy, A. Cuschieri and B.V. MacFadyen, 16:1-2, 2002.15.Editorial, Science and Industry – Can this relationship be controlled?, Surgical Endoscopy, B.V. MacFadyen and A. Cuschieri, 16:879-880, 2002. 16.Editorial, The Evaluation and Treatment of an Inguinal Hernia Mass, Contemporary Surgery, 58(11):542, November 2002.Advisory Service for General Surgeons1. Correspondence Society of Surgeons, Collected Letters in Surgery, Is a history of mesenteric venous thrombosis a contraindication for continued postmenopausal hormone replacement therapy? Vol. 16, No. 10, October 1993.2. Trocar shields seem dangerous by some; others disagree. In: Laparoscopic Surgery Update,. Interviewed under "Prominent Surgeon Sees No Problem".2(5):49-60, May 1994.Clinical Advisory Board1. Position on the Clinical Advisory Board (SAB member) of Endonetics, Inc., 1998-2002. 24