Joel M Sirianni

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InstitutionMedical University of South Carolina
DepartmentAnesthesia and Perioperative Medicine
AddressP.O. Box MSC 912
301SEI
Storm Eye Institute - 167 Ashley Ave.
Phone843-792-2322
Fax843-792-2726
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    1. Romeo DA, Gutman DA, Sirianni J, Marotta M. A Diagnosis of Choriocarcinoma in a Parturient Presenting With Intracranial Hemorrhage. J Med Cases. 2022 Apr; 13(4):151-154. PMID: 35464325.
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    2. Mcswain JR, Sirianni JM, Wilson SH. Perioperative Considerations for Patients with a Known Diagnosis of Dementia. Adv Anesth. 2021 12; 39:113-132. PMID: 34715970.
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    3. Stoll WD, Mester RA, Fleming JN, Sirianni JM, Abro JA, Colhoun ED, Taber DJ, Hebbar L. Impact of Anesthesiologist Experience on Early Outcomes in Adult Orthotopic Liver Transplantation. Transplant Proc. 2021 Jun; 53(5):1665-1669. PMID: 34020795.
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    4. Sirianni J, Abro J, Gutman D. Delivery of an Infant with Airway Compression Due to Cystic Hygroma at 37 Weeks' Gestation Requiring a Multidisciplinary Decision to Use a Combination of Ex Utero Intrapartum Treatment (EXIT) and Airway Palliation at Cesarean Section. Am J Case Rep. 2021 Jan 03; 22:e927803. PMID: 33388739.
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