Articles by Lee A. Denson, MD

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A Low Neutrophil CD64 Index Is Associated with Sustained Remission During Infliximab Maintenance Therapy

Minar, Phillip; Jackson, Kimberly; Tsai, Yi-Ting; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 22(11):2641-2647, November 2016.

Serum Infliximab, Antidrug Antibodies, and Tumor Necrosis Factor Predict Sustained Response in Pediatric Crohn's Disease

Stein, Ronen; Lee, Dale; Leonard, Mary B.; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 22(6):1370-1377, June 2016.

IL-33 Signaling Protects from Murine Oxazolone Colitis by Supporting Intestinal Epithelial Function

Waddell, Amanda; Vallance, Jefferson E.; Moore, Preston D.; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 21(12):2737-2746, December 2015.

Concerns, Barriers, and Recommendations to Improve Transition from Pediatric to Adult IBD Care: Perspectives of Patients, Parents, and Health Professionals

Gray, Wendy N.; Resmini, Alana R.; Baker, Kaitlin D.; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 21(7):1641-1651, July 2015.

Transition Readiness Skills Acquisition in Adolescents and Young Adults with Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Findings from Integrating Assessment into Clinical Practice

Gray, Wendy N.; Holbrook, Erin; Morgan, Pamela J.; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 21(5):1125-1131, May 2015.

Utility of Neutrophil Fcγ Receptor I (CD64) Index as a Biomarker for Mucosal Inflammation in Pediatric Crohn's Disease

Minar, Phillip; Haberman, Yael; Jurickova, Ingrid; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 20(6):1037-1048, June 2014.

Report of the CCFA Pediatric Bone, Growth and Muscle Health Workshop, New York City, November 11–12, 2011, With Updates

Sylvester, Francisco A.; Gordon, Catherine M.; Thayu, Meena; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 19(13):2919-2926, December 2013.

The Clinical Utility of Health-Related Quality of Life Screening in a Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease Clinic

Ryan, Jamie L.; Mellon, Michael W.; Junger, Katherine W. F.; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 19(12):2666-2672, November 2013.

Increased Prevalence of Luminal Narrowing and Stricturing Identified by Enterography in Pediatric Crohn’s Disease Patients With Elevated Granulocyte–Macrophage Colony Stimulating...

Dykes, Dana M. H.; Towbin, Alexander J.; Bonkowski, Erin; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 19(10):2146-2154, September 2013.

Granulocyte–Macrophage Colony-Stimulating Factor Autoantibodies: A Marker of Aggressive Crohn's Disease

Gathungu, Grace; Kim, Mi-Ok; Ferguson, John P.; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 19(8):1671-1680, July 2013.

Challenges in IBD Research: Update on Progress and Prioritization of the CCFA's Research Agenda

Denson, Lee A.; Long, Millie D.; McGovern, Dermot P. B.; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 19(4):677-682, March-April 2013.

Quality Indicators for Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Development of Process and Outcome Measures

Melmed, Gil Y.; Siegel, Corey Allan; Spiegel, Brennan M.; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 19(3):662-668, March 2013.

Changes in Vitamin D and Parathyroid Hormone Metabolism in Incident Pediatric Crohn's Disease

Prosnitz, Aaron R.; Leonard, Mary B.; Shults, Justine; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 19(1):45-53, January 2013.

ImproveCareNow: The development of a pediatric inflammatory bowel disease improvement network

Crandall, Wallace; Kappelman, Michael D.; Colletti, Richard B.; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 17(1):450-457, January 2011.

Lipopolysaccharide exposure is linked to activation of the acute phase response and growth failure in pediatric Crohn's disease and murine colitis

Pasternak, Brad A.; D'Mello, Sharon; Jurickova, Ingrid I.; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 16(5):856-869, May 2010.

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