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- Clifford Gimenez 1, Garry Guce, Chandra Lingisetty, Leon Bernhardt, “Severe INR Elevation Related to Duloxetine Use: A Case Report,” Psychosomatics , Nov-Dec 2011. Pages 583-585
- Sanjaya Kumar Satapathy, Chandra Sekhar Lingisetty & Susan Williams, “Higher prevalence of chronic kidney disease and shorter renal survival in patients with chronic hepatitis C virus infection,” Hepatology International, volume 6 , 23 June 2011. Pages 369–378
- Chandra Lingisetty, MD, MBA, MHCM Monica L. Wang, ScD, MS Venkataraman Palabindala Md, MBA, SFHM, “Manage the pandemic with a multidisciplinary coalition, Implement a 6-P framework,” The Hospitalist , June 30, 2020.
- Sanjaya Kumar Satapathy, Chandra Sekhar Lingisetty & Susan Williams, “Acute Kidney Dysfunction in Patients with Chronic Hepatitis C Virus Infection: Analysis of Viral and Non-viral Factors,” Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hepatology, March 2014. Pages 8-13
- Satapathy, Sanjaya K. MD, DM; Lingisetty, Chandra Sekhar MD; Proper, Shawnette RPA-C; Chaudhari, Shobhana MD, FACP; Williams, Susan MD, “Equally Poor Outcomes to Pegylated Interferon-based Therapy in African Americans and Hispanics With Chronic Hepatitis C Infection,” Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology, February 2010. Pages 140-145
- Lingisetty, Chandra S MD*; Goli, Kiran MD; Ghuge, Sandip MD; Chaudhari, Shobhana MD, FACP; Williams, Susan MD, “Expanding Spectrum of Herbal Hepatotoxicity a Case Report of Vine Essence Induced Liver Injury,” American Journal of Gastroenterology: Volume 103 , September 2008 . Pages p S316-S317
- Chandra Lingisetty, MD, MBA, MHCM Rupesh Prasad MD, MPH, CPE, SFHM , Venkataraman Palabindala MD, MBA, SFHM, “Virtual is the new real Why did we fall short on maximizing telehealth’s value in the COVID-19 pandemic?,” The Hospitalist , March 1 2021. Pages 8,9
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