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Mark Malamood, MD

Mark Malamood
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Office Locations

Temple Digestive Disease Center

Temple University Hospital – Main Campus

3401 N. Broad Street

Ambulatory Care Center, 3rd Floor

Philadelphia, PA 19140


Selected Publications

1. Malamood M, Roberts A, Kataria R, et al. Mirtazapine for symptom control in refractory gastroparesis. Drug Design, Development, and Therapy. 2017 March; 11: 1035-1041.

2. Hongo T, Zheng M, Malamood M, et al. A case of Amanita Phalloides poisoning that Avoided Liver Transplantation. The Medicine Forum. 2017 Dec;18:12-14.

3. Mark Malamood MD; Gregory Bernstein MD; Zubair Malik MD; Malini Mathur MD. Massive Esophageal Variceal Bleeding: A Rare Complication of Sickle Cell Anemia. ACG Case Report J. 2016 Jan 20;3(2):92-4.

4. Mark Malamood MD, Henry Parkman MD, Ron Schey MD. Advances in The Treatment of Gastroparesis. Expert Opinion on Pharmacotherapy 2015 Sept; 16 (13): 1997-2008

5. Mark Malamood MD; Eric Nellis MD; Frank Friedenberg MD, Adam Ehrlic MD. Vancomycin Enemas as Adjunctive Therapy for Clostridium difficile Infection. Journal of Clinical Medicine Research 2015 June; 7 (6): 422-27.

6. Mark Malamood MD; Ron Schey MD, FACG. Diminished Quality of Life in Non-Cardiac Chest Pain: As Much A Cause As It Is An Effect. Rev Gastroenterol Mex 2015 April-June; 80 (2): 119-120.

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