Thomas M Zarchy, MD

Title(s)Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine
SchoolKeck School of Medicine of USC
Phone+1 323 442 5576
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    George Washington University1969  - 1970Scholarship
    New York Allergy Foundation1970Summer Research Grant
    MedPartners1995Third Highest Patient Satisfaction Rating
    Digestive Disease Week1996Moderator
    American College of Physicians1998Fellow
    American Gastroenterology Association2006Fellow

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    Dr. Zarchy's major areas of research interest are outcome studies regarding use of colonoscopy and sigmoidoscopy for finding advanced colon neoplasms; inflammatory bowel disease in low socioeconomic populations. Currently he is a Principal Investigator in an IRB approved study of the utility of rectal bleeding, +FOBT and iron deficiency anemia as indications of colonoscopy versus analysis of demographics and genetics of Roybal and IBD patients with regard to Crohns vs. UC and the severity of UC.

    Dr. Zarchy earned his medical degree from George Washington University. He performed his residency at Veterans Administration Hospital and Georgetown University Hospital. He stayed on to complete his Gastroenterology and Hepatology Fellowship.

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    1. Zarchy T. Colonoscopy screening in average-risk individuals ages 40-49 versus 50-59 years. Gastroenterology. 2008 Sep; 135(3):1016-7; author reply 1017. PMID: 18703063.
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    2. Zarchy TM, Tsai F, Ramicone E, Chan LS. A risk profile for advanced proximal neoplasms on diagnostic colonoscopy. Dig Dis Sci. 2009 Jan; 54(1):151-9. PMID: 18535906.
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    3. Zarchy TM, Pais S. Virtual colonoscopy to screen for colorectal cancer. N Engl J Med. 2004 Mar 11; 350(11):1148-50; author reply 1148-50. PMID: 15017679.
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