Keith Thatch, M.D.

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Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital, St. Petersburg, FL 
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Gadepalli SK, Downard CD, Thatch KA, et al. (2015) The effort and outcomes of the Pediatric Surgery match process: Are we interviewing too many? Journal of Pediatric Surgery
Katz MS, Thatch KA, Schwartz MZ. (2013) Gene alterations and intestinal mucosal changes following growth factor and omega-3 exposure in a rat model of inflammatory bowel disease. Journal of Pediatric Surgery. 48: 345-52
Katz MS, Thatch KA, Schwartz MZ. (2012) Hepatocyte growth factor and omega-3-enriched feeds have a synergistic effect on mucosal mass in an animal model of inflammatory bowel disease. Journal of Pediatric Surgery. 47: 194-8
Katz MS, Thatch KA, Schwartz MZ. (2011) Chronology of the effect of massive small bowel resection and hepatocyte growth factor (HGF) on intestinal adaptation. The Journal of Surgical Research. 171: 399-403
Katz MS, Thatch KA, Schwartz MZ. (2011) The effect of hepatocyte growth factor on gene transcription during intestinal adaptation. Journal of Pediatric Surgery. 46: 357-65
Prasad R, Arthur LG, Timmapuri SJ, et al. (2011) Early experience with single-incision thoracoscopic surgery in the pediatric population. Journal of Laparoendoscopic & Advanced Surgical Techniques. Part A. 21: 189-92
Katz MS, Thatch KA, Schwartz MZ. (2010) Dose variation of hepatocyte growth factor and its effects on an animal model of TPN-induced liver injury. The Journal of Surgical Research. 163: 294-8
Thatch KA, Yoo EY, Arthur LG, et al. (2010) A comparison of laparoscopic and open Nissen fundoplication and gastrostomy placement in the neonatal intensive care unit population. Journal of Pediatric Surgery. 45: 346-9
Thatch KA, Katz MS, Haber MM, et al. (2010) Growth factor modulation of hepatic inflammation: a novel approach to the management of total parenteral nutrition-associated liver disease. Journal of Pediatric Surgery. 45: 89-94
Thatch KA, Mendelson KG, Haber MM, et al. (2009) Growth factor manipulation of intestinal angiogenesis: a possible new paradigm in the management of inflammatory bowel disease. The Journal of Surgical Research. 156: 245-9
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