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Curriculum Vitae
Edward L Bradley III
December 10, 2014

General Information
University address: Clinical Sciences
College of Medicine
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-4300
Phone: 941-923-3113

E-mail address: ED.BRADLEY@MED.FSU.EDU

Professional Preparation
1970 B.S.E.E., University of Miami Graduate School, Miami, Florida. Major: ?
1962 Medical Doctor, Temple University Medical School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Major: General Medicine.
1958 BA, Haverford College, Haverford, Pennsylvania. Major: ?

Nondegree Education and Training
1967–1971 NIH Training Grant - Academic Surgery.
1969–1970 Biomedical Engineering University of Miami.
1966–1969 Resident and Chief Resident University of Miami School of Medicine Jackson Memorial Hospital Miami, Florida.
1964–1966 Air University United States Air Force Hospital Maxwell Montgomery, Alabama.
1963–1964 First Year Resident Duke University Hospital Durham, North Carolina.
1962–1963 Straight Surgical Intern Duke University Hospital Durham, North Carolina.

Professional Credential(s)
1970–present American Board of Surgery #16653.
1970–present National Board of Medical Examiners #67208.
1970–present National Board of Medical Examiners #67208.
1970–present National Board of Medical Examiners #67208.

Professional Experience
2008–present Education Director, Surgery, College of Medicine, Florida State University.
2003–present Professor, Clinical Sciences, Florida State University.
2003–present Faculty, Clinical learning Center, Florida State University.
2002–present Professor of Clinical Sciences (Surgery), College of Medicine, Florida State University. Faculty Scholar Education Director, Surgery.
2003–2008 Education Director, Emergency Medicine, College of Medicine, Florida State University.
2003–2007 Elective Program Director, Florida State University College of Medicine, Florida State University.
2003–2004 Acting Chair of Clinical Sciences, College of Medicine, Florida State University.
2000–2002 Professor of Surgery (Emeritus), State University of New York.
1993–2000 Professor and Vice Chairman, Department of Surgery, State University of New York at Buffalo.
1991–1993 William G. Whitaker Jr., Professor of Surgery, School of Medicine, Emory University.
1974–1993 Partner, Emory University Clinic.
1971–1993 Attending Surgeon, Emory University Hospital.
1984–1991 Piedmont Professor of Surgery, School of Medicine, Emory University.
1979–1984 Professor of Surgery, School of Medicine, Emory University.
1971–1980 Attending Surgeon, Grady Memorial Hospital.
1975–1979 Associate Professor of Surgery, School of Medicine, Emory University.
1972–1975 Assistant Professor of Surgery, School of Medicine, Emory University.
1971–1972 Associate in Surgery, School of Medicine, Emory University.
1970–1971 Instructor in Biomedical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, University of Miami.
1970–1971 Instructor in Surgery, School of Medicine, University of Miami.

Visiting Professorship(s)
2008 East Tennessee State University.
2005 Hospital Zubiran, Mexico City.
2001 Good Samaritan Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio.
2001 University of Argentina, Buenos Aires.
2001 Southern Illinois University.
2001 University of South Carolina, Charlestown.
2000 University of Chile, Santiago.
2000 University of Naples, Italy.
2000 University of Arizona, Phoenix.
1999 Instituto Nacional de la Nutricion, Mexico City.
1999 Olean General Hospital.
1999 East Tennessee State University.
1999 Robert Packer Hospital, Sayre, Pennsylvania.
1998 East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina.
1998 Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York.
1997 University of Milan, Italy.
1995 Northeastern Ohio University, Youngstown, Ohio.
1995 University of Rochester, Rochester, New York.
1995 Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio.
1995 Centro Medico Siglo XXIII (IMSS) Mexico DF.
1995 University of Tennessee , Memphis.
1994 Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital, Cooperstown, New York.
1994 Chang Gung Medical College, Taipei, Taiwan.
1994 Borgas Hospital, University of Panama, Panama City.
1993 University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
1993 University of Bologna, Italy.
1993 UCLA, Los Angeles, California.
1992 Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan.
1992 Tokyo Women's Medical College, Tokyo, Japan.
1992 Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois.
1992 University of Linkoping, Sweden.
1992 University of Lund, Sweden.
1992 University of Genoa, Italy.
1992 University of Kobe, Japan.
1991 Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Beth Israel Medical Center, New York City.
1991 East Tennessee State University, Tri-Cities.
1990 University of Tennessee at Memphis.
1990 Hvidovre Hospital, Copenhagen, Denmark.
1990 University of Chicago, Illinois.
1989 Mercer University, Macon, Georgia.
1989 Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
1989 University of Salzburg, Austria.
1989 University of Verona, Italy.
1988 University of Connecticut, Hartford, Connecticut.
1988 University of Kansas, Wichita, Kansas.
1988 University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.
1988 University of Toronto, Canada.
1987 Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island.
1987 Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana.
1987 Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia.
1987 Middlesex Hospital, London, United Kingdom.
1987 Royal Infirmary, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom.
1987 St. George's Hospital, London, United Kingdom.
1987 University of Leeds, United Kingdom.
1987 University of London St. Mary's Hospital, London, United Kingdom.
1987 Graduate Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
1986 Catholic University, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
1986 University of Toronto, Canada.
1986 Cabrini Medical Center, New York City.
1986 Medical Center of Delaware, Wilmington, Delaware.
1986 Mercer University, Macon, Georgia.
1986 Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
1985 University of Bristol, United Kingdom.
1985 University of Leningrad, USSR.
1985 St. John's Medical Center, Detroit, Michigan.
1985 University of California, Davis, California.
1984 Universite de Louvain, Brussels, Belgium.
1984 Medical University of South Carolina.
1983 Hamot Medical Center, Erie, Pennsylvania.
1979 Medical College of Wisconsin, William Beaumont Lecture.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
Honorable Mention, Who's Who Among America's Teachers (2011).

Lifetime Achievement Award, International Pancreatic Society (2011).

Top Doctor, Global Who's Who (2011).

Honorable Mention, Best Teachers in America (2010).

Honorable Mention, Global Who's Who (2010).

Guide to America`s Top Surgeons, Consumers Research Council of America (2004).

The Best Doctors in America (General Surgery), Woodward White (2004).

Honorary Member, Ecuadorian College of Surgeons (1998).

Alumni Achievement Award, Temple University School of Medicine (1997).

Honorary Member, Austrian Surgical Society (1995).

Outstanding Gastrointestinal Surgeon, Town & Country Magazine (1993).

Outstanding Gastrointestinal Surgeon, Town & Country Magazine (1989).

Royal Society of Medicine Foundation Award, Visiting Professor in Clinical Science (1987).

William Beaumont Award, Medical Society of Wisconsin (1979).

NIH Training Grant - Academic Surgery (1967–1971).

Current Membership in Professional Organizations
American Association of Endocrine Surgeons

American College of Surgeons

American Gastroenterologic Association

American Medical Association

American Pancreatic Association

American Surgical Association

Association for Academic Surgery

Austrian Surgical Society (Honorary)

Buffalo Surgical Society

Collegium Internationale Chirurgie Digestivae

Eastern Surgical Society

Ecuadorian College of Surgeons (Honorary)

Georgia Surgical Society

International Association of Pancreatology

International Gastro-Surgical Club

International Hepato-Biliary Pancreatic Association

Medical Association of Atlanta

Medical Association of Georgia

Pancreas Club

Societe Internationale de Chirurgie

Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract

Society of University Surgeons

Southeastern Surgical Congress

Southern Medical Association

Southern Surgical Association

Courses Taught
Doctoring III: Surgery Modules

Curriculum Development
Creation of Summative and Formative OSCE Modules (2003)

Additional Teaching Not Reported Elsewhere
Bradley, E. L. (2003). OSCE Evaluations. Florida State University College of Medicine.

Research and Original Creative Work
Refereed Journal Articles
Bradley, E. L. (in press). Controlled Regional Arterial Infusion: Has the promise been confirmed? Pancreas.
E. L. Bradley, & N.D. Dexter. (2010). Management of Severe Acute Pancreatitis: A Surgical Odyss. Ann Surg, 251, 6-17.
Steinberg W.M., Barkin J.S., Bradley E.L. III, DiMagno E., Layer P., Canto M.I., Levy M.J. (2009). Should patients with a strong family history of pancreatic cancer be screened on a periodic basis for cancer of the pancreas? Pancreas, 38, 137-150.
Steinberg W.M., Barkin J.S., Bradley E.L. III, DiMagno E., & Layer P. (2009). Can neoplastic cystic masses in the head of the pancreas be safely and adequately removed without a Whipple resection? Pancreas, 38, 721-727.
Bradley, E. L. (2008). Long term survival after pancreatoduodenectomy for ductal adenocarcinoma The emperor has no clothes? Pancreas, 37, 349-351.
Bradley, E. L., Howard T.J., van Sonnenberg E., & Fatoohi, M. (2008). Intervention in necrotizing pancreatitis: An evidence-based review of surgical and radiologic alternatives. J Gastrointest Surg, 12, 861-869.
Bradley, E. L. (2007). Surgery of acute pancreatitis. Am J Surg, 194, S20-23.
Bradley, E. L. (2006). Confusion in the imaging ranks: Is it time for a change? Pancreas, 33, 321-322.
Steinberg W.M., Barkin J.S., Bradley, E. L. I., DiMagno E., & Layer P. (2006). Does infected pancreatic necrosis mandate immediate surgical debridement? Pancreas, 33, 128-134.
Bradley, E. L., & Satchidanand S.K. (2005). Is there a role for chemoradiation in the management of cystadenocarcinoma of the pancreas? Pancreas, 31, 101-103.
Steinberg W.M., Barkin J.S., Bradley, E.L. III, DiMagno E., Layer P. (editors). (2005). Management of pancreatic masses. Pancreas, 31, 203-217.
Bradley, E. L. (2003). Atlanta redux. Pancreas, 26, 105-106.
Bradley, E. L. (2003). Editorial comment: Abdominal colectomy as a treatment of obstinate slow transit constipation by Tong et al. Formosan Journal of Surgery, 36, 117-118.
Bradley, E. L. (2003). Guiding the reluctant: A primer on guidelines in general, and pancreatitis in particular. Pancreatology, 3, 139-143.
Bradley, E. L., & Bem J. (2003). Nerve blocks and neuroablative surgery for chronic pancreatitis. World J Surg, 27, 1241-1248.
Steinberg, W.S., Barkin, J.S., Bradley E.L. III, Dimagno E., et al. (2003). Management of acute recurrent idiopathic pancreatitis. Pancreas, 27, 103-117.
Steinberg, W. S., Barkin J., Bradley E.L. III, DiMagno E., & Layer P. (2003). Autoimmune pancreatitis: Does it exist? Pancreas, 27, 1-13.
Bradley, E. L. (2002). Pancreatoduodenectomy for pancreatic adenocarcinoma: Triumph, triumphalism, or transition? Arch Surg, 137, 771-773.
Steinberg W.M., Barkin J.S., Bradley E.L. III, DiMagno E., & Layer P. (2002). Intraductal papillary mucinous tumor. Pancreas, 25, 217-221.
Bradley, E. L. (2001). Gabrexate mesilate in acute pancreatitis: Miracle or mirage? Ital J Gastroenterol Hepatol, 33, 12-13.
Bradley, E. L. (2001). The Stoppa operation for recurrent groin hernia; a ten year experience. Invited Commentary. Formosan J Surg, 34, 183-184.
Behrns K.E., Bornmann P.C., Bradley E.L. III, Pappas T.N., et al. (2000). Acute pancreatitis and pseudocyst: Controversies in management. Medical Crossfire, Gen Surg Ed, 1, 18-31.
Bradley, E. L. (2000). Indications for surgery in necrotizing pancreatitis: A millennial review. J Of Pancreas, 1, 1-3.
Bradley, E. L. (2000). Invited Commentary: Laparoscopic resection of colorectal cancer. J Surg, 33, 215-222.
Bradley, E. L. (2000). The impact of laparoscopy and laparoscopic ultrasound on the management of pancreatic cystic lesions. Arch Surg, 143, 121-122.
Mehta N., Volpe C., Haley T., Balos L., Bradley E.L. III, & Doerr R. (2000). Pancreatoduodenectomy for metastatic renal cell carcinoma: Report of a case. Surg Today, 30, 94-97.
Beger H.G., Rau B., Bradley E.L. III, Klar E., et al. (1999). Acute Pankreatitis. Chirug Gastroenterol, 15, 369-382.
Bradley, E. L. (1999). "What`s new in pancreas-related infections? Curr Surg, 56, 331-334.
Bradley, E. L. (1999). Acute pancreatitis as a complication of polyarteritis nodosa. Int J Pancreatol, 25, 53-57.
Bradley, E. L. (1999). Editorial comment: Re-operation for necrotizing pancreatitis. Arch Surg, 134, 321.
Bradley, E. L. (1999). Necrotizing pancreatitis: Surgical indications and techniques. Brit J Surg, 86, 147-148.
Bradley, E. L. (1999). Operative vs. non-operative therapy in necrotizing pancreatitis. Digestion, 60, 19-21.
Dervenis C., Johnson C.D., Bassi C., Bradley E.L. III, Imrie C.W., McMahon M.J., Modlin I. (1999). Diagnosis, objective assessment of severity, and management of acute pancreatitis. Int J Pancreatol, 25, 195-210.
Steinberg W.M., Barkin J., Bradley E.L. III, DiMagno E., Layer P. (1999). Workup of a patient with familial pancreatic cancer. Pancreas, 18, 219-224.
Bem J., Bradley, E. L. (1998). Sub-cutaneous manifestations of severe acute pancreatitis. Pancreas, 16, 551-555.
Bradley E.L. III, Reynhout J.A,. Peer G.L. (1998). Thoracoscopic splanchnicectomy for "small duct" chronic pancreatitis: Case selection by differential epidural analgesia. J Gastroint Surg, 2, 88-94.
Bradley E.L. III, Young P.R. Jr., Chang M.C., Allen J.E., Baker C.C., Meredith W., Reed L., Thomason M. (1998). Diagnosis and initial management of blunt pancreatic trauma: Guidelines from a multi-institutional collective analysis. Ann Surg, 227, 861-869.
Bradley, E. L. (1998). Assessment of mortality risk in acute pancreatitis: Implications and importance. Ital J Gastroenterol Hepatol, 30, 622-623.
Bradley, E. L. (1998). Controversies in clinical pancreatology: Work-up of a patient with a mass in the head of the pancreas. Pancreas, 17, 29-30.
Bradley, E. L. (1998). Editorial comment: Surgical treatment of necrotizing pancreatitis. Am J Surg, 175, 98.
Steinberg W.M., Barkin J., Bradley E.L. III, DiMagno E., Layer P. (1998). Workup of a patient with a mass in the head of the pancreas. Pancreas, 17, 24-30.
Volpe C., Doerr R., Bradley E.L. III. (1998). Pancreatic mucinous ductal ectasia: A malignant precursor. Gastroenterol, 114, 1432-1434.
Bradley, E. L. (1997). Clinically based classification system for acute pancreatitis and regional complications. Probl. In Gen. Surg, 13, 118-125.
Bradley, E. L. (1997). Debugging pancreatic infections (letter; comment). Pancreas, 14, 205 207.
Bradley, E. L. (1997). Management of severe acute pancreatitis: A surgeon's perspective. Wiadomosci Lekarskie, 2, 77-79.
Bradley, E. L. (1997). Open packing in infected pancreatic necrosis. Dig Surg, 14, 77-81.
Bradley, E. L. (1997). Operative vs. non-operative management in sterile necrotizing pancreatitis. HPB Surg 1997, 10, 188-191.
Bradley, E. L. (1996). Acute pancreatitis: Clinical classification and terminology. Pract Gastroenterol, 20, 8-24.
Bradley, E. L. (1996). Gut origin sepsis, macrophage function, and oxygen extraction in the rat: Invited commentary. World J Surg, 20, 307-308.
Bradley, E. L. (1996). Indications for debridement of necrotizing pancreatitis. Pancreas, 13, 219-223.
Bradley, E. L. (1996). Summary of the 1995 Pancreas Club Meeting. Am J Surg, 171, 307.
Bradley, E. L., Stephan R.N. (1996). Accessory duct sphincteroplasty is an effective procedure for long term prevention of recurrent acute pancreatitis in patients with pancreas divisum. J Am Coll Surg, 183, 65-70.
Bruce J.M., Bradley E.L III, Satchidanand S.K. (1996). Sporadic intra-abdominal desmoid tumors. Int J Pancreat, 19, 197-203.
Steinberg W.M., Greenen J.E., Bradley E.L. III, Barkin J.S. (1996). Controversies in clinical pancreatology. Recurrent "idiopathic" acute pancreatitis: Should a laparoscopic cholecystectomy be the first procedure of choice? Pancreas, 13, 329-334.
Stephan R.N., Bradley, E. L. (1996). Pancreatic infections. Gastroenterol, 4, 163-168.
Bradley, E. L. (1995). Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy and pancreatic calculi: An evaluation. Arch Surg, 130, 380.
Bradley, E. L. (1995). Summary of the 1994 Pancreas Club Meeting. Am J Surg, 169, 289.
Bradley, E. L. (1994). Necrosectomy in acute pancreatitis. J Hepatobiliary Pancreat Surg, 2, 152.
Bradley, E. L. (1994). Summary of the 1993 Pancreas Club Meeting. Am J Surg, 167, 367.
Bradley, E. L. (1993). A clinically based classification system for acute pancreatitis. Annales de Chirurgie, 47, 537-541.
Bradley, E. L. (1993). A clinically based classification system for acute pancreatitis: Summary of the International Symposium on Acute Pancreatitis. Arch Surg, 128, 586-590.
Bradley, E. L. (1993). A fifteen year experience with open packing for infected pancreatic necrosis. Surg Gynec Obstet, 177, 215-222.
Bradley, E. L. (1993). Pseudocyst hemorrhage and portal hypertension. Postgrad Gen Surg, 5, 152.
Bradley, E. L. (1993). Surgical treatment of severe acute pancreatitis: Indications and techniques. J Tokyo Women's Med Coll, 63, 229.
Bradley, E. L. (1992). Necrotizing pancreatitis: Significance, detection, and treatment. Japanese J of Gastroenterol Surg, 25, 2280.
Bradley, E. L. (1992). Pancreatic duct stricture as a delayed complication of pancreatic trauma: The post-traumatic duct syndrome. HPB Surg, 5, 49.
Bradley, E. L. (1991). Acute pancreatitis: Current trends in management. Curr Pract in Surg, 3, 1.
Bradley, E. L. (1991). Chronic obstructive pancreatitis as a delayed complication of pancreatic trauma. HPB Surg, 5, 49-59.
Bradley, E. L. (1991). Current management of pancreatic abscess. Advances in Surg, 5, 361-388.
Bradley, E. L. (1991). Does pancreatic necrosis require immediate surgical management? Pract Gastroenterol, 15, 46.
Bradley, E. L. (1991). Operative management of acute pancreatitis: Ventral open packing. Hepatogastroenterol, 38, 134-138.
Bradley, E. L., Allen K. (1991). Intervention vs. observation in patients with acute necrotizing pancreatitis: A prospective longitudinal study. Am J Surg, 161, 19-24.
Bradley, E. L., Steinhaus E.P. (1991). Surgery in acute pancreatitis: The United States experience. Int J Pancreat, 9, 67-73.
Allen K., Bradley, E. L. (1990). Modern management of acute pancreatitis: Part I, Pathophysiology. Surgery Report, 1, 110.
Allen K., Bradley, E. L. (1990). Modern management of acute pancreatitis: Part III, Surgical management. Surgery Report, 1, 230.
Bradley, E. L. (1990). Alpha-1-antitrypsin levels predict mortality from ethionine-induced pancreatitis in mice. Pancreas, 5, 366-368.
Bradley, E. L. (1990). Pancreatic sepsis: Diagnosis and management with open drainage. Contemp Surg, 36, 72-78.
Ferguson C.M., Bradley, E. L. (1990). Can serum markers for pancreatic necrosis be used as indicators for surgery? Am J Surg, 160, 459-461.
Gliedman M.L., Bradley E.L. III, Frey C.F., Warshaw A.L. (1990). Management of unresolved acute pancreatitis. Contemp Surg, 36, 67-69.
Lumsden A., Bradley, E. L. (1990). Secondary pancreatic infections: Abscess, infected pseudocyst, and infected necrosis. Surg Gynec Obstet, 170, 459-467.
Bradley, E. L. (1989). Antibiotics in acute pancreatitis: Current status and future directions. Am J Surg, 158, 472.
Bradley, E. L. (1989). Assessment of mortality risk in acute pancreatitis: Implications and importance. It J Gastroenterol Hepatol, 6, 622-623.
Bradley, E. L. (1989). Complications of chronic pancreatitis. Surg Clin North Am, 69, 481-497.
Bradley, E. L. (1989). Secondary pancreatic infections. Canada J. Surg, 58, 112.
Bradley, E. L. (1989). Thoracoscopic splanchnicectomy for "small duct" chronic pancreatitis; Case selection by differential epidural analgesia. J Gastroentest. Surg, 1, 88-94.
Bradley, E. L., Lumsden A. (1989). Pseudocyst or cystic neoplasm? Differential diagnosis and initial management of cystic pancreatic lesions. Hepatogastroenterol, 36, 462-466.
Bradley, E. L., Lumsden A., Brooks W.S. Jr. (1989). Current approaches to pancreatic diagnostic dilemmas. Gastro Topics, 2, 3.
Bradley, E. L., Murphy F., Ferguson C. (1989). Prediction of pancreatic necrosis by dynamic pancreatography. Ann Surg, 210, 495.
Jensen K., Bradley, E. L. (1989). Mesenteric venous infarction in acute pancreatitis. Int J Pancreat, 5, 213-219.
Cranford C.A. Jr., Olson R., Bradley E.L. III. (1988). Management of perforated giant duodenal ulcer: The role of gastrointestinal disconnection. Am J Surg, 155, 439-442.
Frey C.F., Bradley E.L. III, Beger H.G. (1988). Progress in acute pancreatitis: The necessity for clinicopathologic definitions. Surg Gynec Obstet, 167, 282-286.
Bradley, E. L. (1987). An alternative approach to infected pancreatic necrosis. Infections in Surgery, 6, 85.
Bradley, E. L. (1987). Long term results of pancreatojejunostomy in chronic pancreatitis. Am J Surg, 153, 207-213.
Bradley, E. L. (1987). Management of infected pancreatic necrosis by open drainage. Ann Surg, 206, 542-550.
Bradley, E. L. (1987). Technique of endoscopic cystoduodenostomy for pancreatic pseudocysts. Pancreas, 2, 731.
Bradley, E. L. (1987). The natural history of splenic vein thrombosis due to chronic pancreatitis: Indications for surgery. Int J Pancreat, 2, 87-92.
Jennings H., Lintner T., Bradley E.L. III, Amerson R.A. Jr. (1987). Unusual presentations of Brunner's adenoma. Dig Surg, 4, 221.
Bradley, E. L. (1986). Parapancreatic biliary and intestinal obstruction in chronic obstructive pancreatitis: Is prophylactic bypass necessary? Am J Surg, 151, 256-258.
Banks P.A., Bradley E.L. III, Dreiling D.A. et. al. (1985). Classification of pancreatitis: Cambridge and Marseilles. Gastroenterol, 89, 928-930.
Bradley, E. L. (1985). Don't fix nothin' that ain't broke. Blind faith in blind procedures? Am J Surg, 1, 149:197.
Corlew S., Bryda S., Bradley E.L. III, DiGirolamo M. (1985). Observations on the natural history of untreated primary hyperparathyroidism. Surgery, 98, 1064-1071.
Petrek J.A., Sandberg W.A., Bean P.K., Bradley E.L. III. (1985). Can survival in pancreatic adenocarcinoma be predicted by primary size or stage? Am Surg, 51, 42-46.
Reed C., Bradley, E. L. (1985). Post operative thyroid storm after lithium preparation. Surgery, 98, 983-986.
Bradley, E. L. (1984). Cystoduodenostomy: Newer perspectives. Ann Surg, 200, 698-701.
Bradley, E. L., Fulenwider J.T. (1984). Open treatment of pancreatic abscess. Surg Gynec Obstet, 159, 509 513.
Bradley, E. L., Vito R.P. (1984). Mechanisms for rupture of pancreatic pseudocysts: A biomechanical evaluation. Ann Surg, 200, 51-53.
Petrek J.A., Bradley, E. L. (1984). A gastrin producing adrenal tumor? Surg Gastroenterol, 3, 27-29.
Bradley E.L. III, Hall J.R., Lutz .J, Hamner L., Lattouf O. (1983). Hemodynamic consequences of severe pancreatitis. Ann Surg, 198, 130-133.
Bradley, E. L., Leichty R.D. (1983). Modified subtotal thyroidectomy for Graves Disease: A two institution study. Surgery, 94, 955-958.
Bradley, E. L., Nasrallah S.M. (1983). Fat absorption following longitudinal pancreaticojejunostomy. Surgery, 95, 640-643.
Bradley, E. L., Warren W.D. (1983). Pre-operative splenic artery embolization in the management of esophagogastric varices from chronic pancreatitis. Surg Gastroenterol, 2, 35.
Bradley, E. L., Wells J.O. (1983). Primary hyperparathyroidism and hypertension. Am Surg, 49, 569-570.
Collin C.F., Bradley, E. L. (1983). Alimentary tract hypoglycemia revisited. Arch Surg, 118, 1087-1090.
Axelrod F.B., Fonda J.N., Bradley E.L. III. (1982). Retroperitoneal actinomycosis: A rare manifestation of an uncommon disease. South Med J, 75, 1156-1157.
Bradley, E. L. (1982). Choledochoduodenoplasty: A technique for choledochoduodenostomy. Am Surg, 48, 599-600.
Bradley, E. L. (1982). Pancreatic duct pressure in chronic pancreatitis. Am J Surg, 144, 313 316.
Bradley, E. L. (1982). T-tube tuboplasty: A solution to the problem of the small common duct. Am J Surg, 143, 265-266.
Bradley, E. L., Austin H. (1982). Multiple pancreatic pseudocysts: The principle of internal cystocystostomy in surgical management. Surgery, 92, 111-116.
Coyle K.A., Bradley, E. L. (1982). Metachronous cholangiocarcinoma following simple excision of a type II choledochal cyst: Case report, review of the literature, and implications for therapy. South Med J, 85, 540-544.
Pilcher C.S., Bradley E.L. III, Majmudar B. (1982). Enterogenous cyst of the pancreas. Am J Gastroenterol, 77, 576-577.
Bradley, E. L. (1981). Unsuspected pheochromocytoma in a diabetic male. Consult in Surg, 1, 4-6.
Bradley, E. L., Clements J.L. Jr. (1981). Idiopathic duodenal obstruction: An unappreciated complication of pancreatitis. Ann Surg, 193, 638-648.
Davidson E.D., Bradley, E. L. (1981). "Marsupialization" in the treatment of pancreatic abscess. Surgery, 89, 252-256.
Vito R.P., MacManus R.K., Bradley E.L. III. (1981). Mechanics of pancreatic pseudocysts. J Biomechanics, 14, 215-220.
Bradley, E. L. (1980). Current concepts in the diagnosis and management of pancreatic pseudocysts. Comprehensive Therapy, 6, 58-65.
Bradley, E. L., DiGirolamo M., Tarcan Y. (1980). Modified sub-total thyroidectomy in the management of Graves Disease. Surgery, 87, 623-629.
Bradley, E. L. (1979). "The stomach. Part III: Total gastrectomy". Clinics in Gastroenterol, 8, 354-371.
Bradley, E. L., Clements J.L. Jr, Gonzalez A.C. (1979). The natural history of pancreatic pseudocysts: A unified concept of management. Am J Surg, 137, 135-141.
Bradley, E. L., Bishop B. (1978). Non-invasive pre-operative localization of pheochromocytomas. Am Surg, 44, 440-444.
Bradley, E. L., DiGirolamo M., Goldman A., McLarin C. (1978). Serum parathormone in the identification and surgical management of hyperparathyroidism. South Med J, 71, 1234-1237.
Bradley, E. L., Isaacs J. (1978). Appendiceal abscess revisited. Arch Surg, 113, 130-132.
Bradley, E. L., Salam A.A. (1978). Hyperbilirubinemia in inflammatory pancreatic disease: Natural history and management. Ann Surg, 188, 627-629.
Goldman M.L., Freeny P.C., Tallman J.M., Galambos J.T., Bradley E.L. III, et. al. (1978). Transcatheter vascular occlusion therapy with isobutyl 2-cyanoacrylate (Bucrylate) for control of massive upper gastrointestinal bleeding. Radiology, 129, 41-49.
Bradley, E. L., Isaacs J., Mazo J.D., Hersh T., Chey W.Y. (1977). Pathophysiology and significance of malabsorption after Roux-en-Y reconstruction. Surgery, 81, 684-691.
Collins D.C., Bradley E.L. III, Musey P., and Preedy J.R. (1977). Extraction of estrogens by the hind limb of the dog: Evidence for entry into the lymphatics. Steroids, 30, 455-470.
Goldman M.L., Naib Z.M., Galambos J.T., Rude J.C. III, Oen K.T., Bradley E.L. III, et. al. (1977). Preoperative diagnosis of pancreatic carcinoma by percutaneous aspiration biopsy. Am J Dig Dis, 22, 1076-1082.
Barnett SM, Davidson ED, Bradley, E. L. (1976). Comparison of base deficit and intestinal alkaline phosphatase in the diagnosis of intestinal infarction. J Surg Res, 20, 243-246.
Bradley, E. L., Clements J.L. Jr. (1976). Transenteric rupture of pancreatic pseudocysts: Management of pseudocystenteric fistulas. Am Surg, 42, 827-837.
Bradley, E. L., Galambos J.T. (1976). Diagnosis of gastrinoma by the secretin suppression test. Surg Gynec Obstet, 143, 784-788.
Bradley, E. L., Goldman ML. (1976). Gastric infarction after therapeutic embolization. Surgery, 79, 421-424.
Bradley, E. L., Gonzalez AC, Clements JL Jr. (1976). Acute pancreatic pseudocysts: Incidence and implications. Ann Surg, 184, 734-737.
Bradley, E. L., Isaacs J. (1976). Postresectional anemia: A preventable complication of total gastrectomy. Arch Surg, 111, 844-848.
Clements JL Jr., Bradley, E. L., Eaton SB Jr. (1976). Spontaneous internal drainage of pancreatic pseudocysts. Am J Roentgenol, 126, 985-991.
Goldman ML, Land WC Jr, Bradley EL III, Anderson RT. (1976). Transcatheter therapeutic embolization in the management of massive upper gastrointestinal bleeding. Radiology, 120, 513-521.
Gonzalez AC, Bradley, E. L., Clements JL Jr. (1976). Pseudocyst formation in acute pancreatitis: Experience with ultrasonic evaluation of 99 cases. Am J Roentgenol, 127, 315-317.
Bradley, E. L. (1975). Primary and adjunctive therapy of the adrenal cortex. Surg Gynec Obstet, 131, 507-516.
Bradley, E. L., Clements JL Jr. (1975). Spontaneous resolution of pancreatic pseudocysts: Implications for timing of operative intervention. Am J Surg, 129, 23-28.
Bradley, E. L., DiGirolamo M. (1975). Remnant function after subtotal thyroidectomy for Graves Disease. South Med J, 68, 1245-1248.
Bradley, E. L., Isaacs J, Hersh T, Davidson ED, Millikan W. (1975). Nutritional consequences of total gastrectomy. Ann Surg, 182, 415-429.
Bradley, E. L., Salam AA. (1975). Peroneal arteriovenous fistula: An unusual iatrogenic complication of Fogerty catheter thrombectomy. Vasc Surg, 9, 63-66.
Bradley, E. L., Wells JO. (1975). Changing surgical indications in azotemic secondary hyperparathyroidism. Am Surg, 41, 358-363.
Bradley, E. L., Wenger J, Smith RB III, Galambos JT. (1975). Serum calcium responses to exogenous secretin. Arch Surg, 110, 1221-1223.
Bradley, E. L. (1974). Implications of diagnostic ultrasound in the surgical management of pancreatic pseudocysts. Am J Surg, 127, 163-173.
Bradley, E. L. (1974). Measurement of hepatic blood flow in man. Surgery, 75, 783-789.
Bradley, E. L. (1974). Validity of indicator dilution techniques – pulse-contour vs. dye dilution methods. Surgery, 75, 317-318.
Bradley, E. L., Quinton LD, Martin LG, Kourias E, LaRose J. (1974). Sinusoidal shunt fraction by radioextraction ratio. Surgery, 77, 918-924.
Bradley, E. L. (1973). Management of penetrating carotid injuries: An alternative approach. J Trauma, 13, 248-255.
Bradley, E. L. (1973). The anterior tibial compartment syndrome. Surg Gynec Obstet, 136, 248-255.
Bradley, E. L., Galambos JT, Lobley CR, Chan YK. (1973). Secretin gastrin relationships in Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome. Surgery, 73, 550-556.
Bradley, E. L., McGarity WC. (1973). Surgical evaluation of parathyroid arteriography. Am J Surg, 126, 67-73.
Bradley, E. L. (1972). Angiothyrography: A clinically useful diagnostic procedure? Arch Surg, 104, 662-666.
Bradley, E. L. (1972). Failure of a secretin Feedback loop in the Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome? The "gastric factor" revisited. Am J Dig Dis, 17, 939-944.
Bradley, E. L. (1972). Hypergastrinemia and the Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome. Arch Surg, 105, 531.
Bradley, E. L. (1972). Secretin and Zollinger-Ellison syndrome. Lancet, 1, 594.
Bradley, E. L. (1972). The velocity of ultrasound in human blood under varying physiologic parameters. J Surg Res, 12, 290-297.

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