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Ibrahim Ibrahim

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  • B.A., New York University, College of Arts and Sciences

  • M.D., New York University School of Medicine

  • Downstate Medical Center

  • New York University Medical Center

  • New York University Medical Center

  • New York University Medical Center

  • New York University Medical Center


    Mailing Address
    375 Engle Street, Englewood, NJ 07631


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    Outstanding Scientific Award
    North Carolina Medical Society

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    Hektoen Gold Medal
    American Medical Association


Dardik H, Berry SM, Wolodiger F, Sussman B, Pecoraro J, Ibrahim IM, Dardik A, Kahn M. Infrapopliteal Prosthetic Graft Patency by Use of the Distal Adjunctive Arteriovenous Fistula. J Vasc Surg 1991; 13: 685-691.

Wolodiger F, Dardik H, Johnson F, Ibrahim IM. Rupture of Arteriovenous Fistula after In Situ Saphenous Vein Bypass. J Vasc Surg 1991; 12: 503-505.

Nwiloh J, Dardik H, Dardik M, Aneke L, Ibrahim IM. Changing Patterns in the Morbidity and Mortality of Colorectal Surgery. Am J Surg 1991 Jul; 162(1): 83-85.

Miller N, Dardik H, Wolodiger F, Pecoraro J, Kahn M, Ibrahim IM, Sussman B. Transmetatarsal Amputation: The Role of Adjunctive Revascularization. J Vasc Surg 1991; 13: 705-711.

Berry SM, Dardik H, Ibrahim IM, Ragno I, Sussman B. Comparative Role of Duplex Imaging and ABI for Surveillance of In Situ and Autologous Vein Grafts of the Lower Extremity. Journal of Vascular Technology 1992; 16: 288-291.

Ibrahim IM, Dardik H, Lee YB. Puerperal Ovarian Vein Thrombosis as a Mechanism for Vena Caval Thrombosis: A Novel Therapeutic Approach. Vascular Forum 1994; 2(4): 235-240.

Ibrahim IM. Treatment of Cholecystocolic Fistula by Laparoscopy. Surg Endosc 1995; 9: 728-729.

Dardik H, Vazquez R, Silvestri F, Ibrahim IM, Sussman B, Kahn M, Wolodiger F. Experience with a New Valvulotome for Lower-Extremity Revascularization Procedures by the In Situ Method. Cardiovasc Surg 1995; 3: 193-197.

Ibrahim IM. Retained Surgical Sponge. Surg Endosc 1995; 9: 709-710.

Saber A, Dardik H, Ibrahim IM, Wolodiger F. The Milk Rejection Sign: A Natural Tumor Marker. Am Surg 1996; 62: 998-999.

Ibrahim IM, Sussman B, Kahn M, Wolodiger F, Silvestri F. Laparoscopic Management of Small Bowel Obstruction. Surg Endoscopy 1996; 10: 1012-1015.

Dardik H, Silvestri F, Alasio T, Berry S, Kahn M, Ibrahim I, Sussman B, Wolodiger F. Improved Method to Create the Common Ostium Variant of the Distal Arteriovenous Fistula for Enhancing Crural Prosthetic Graft Patency. J Vas Surg 1996; 23: 240-248.

Dardik H, Silvestri F, Rabinowitz D, Ibrahim IM, Kahn M. Preliminary Experience with a Self-Centering Expandable Valvulotome for In Situ Vein Reconstruction . Vasc Surg 1997; 31: 745-750.

Silvestri F, Dardik H, Rabinowitz D, Robertson J, Ibrahim IM. Temporary Axillofemoral Shunt for Renal Transplant Preservation During Aortic Thromboendarterectomy. Vasc Surg 1997; 31: 457-461.

Simonian GT, Dardik H, Hallac D, Mazziotta R, Ibrahim IM, Stahl R. Hemodynamic and Histopathologic Effects of Hydroxyethyl Starch and Superoxide Dismutase Following Splanchnic Arterial Occlusion in a Murine Model. Vasc Surg 1997; 31: 645-665.

Ibrahim IM, Wengerter KR, Silvestri F, Kahn M, Wolodiger F, Sussman B, Dardik H. Endoscopic Perforator Ligation for Venous Stasis Disease: Value of Intraoperative Ultrasound Guidance. Vasc Surg 1997; 31: 595-599.

Ibrahim IM, Silvestri F, Zingler B. Laparoscopic Resection of Posterior Gastric Leiomyoma. Surg Endosc 1997; 11: 277-279.

Dardik H, Wolodiger F, Silvestri F, Sussman B, Kahn M, Wengerter K, Ibrahim I. Clinical Experience with Everted Cervical Vein as Patch Material after Carotid Endarterectomy. J Vas Surg 1997; 25: 545-553.

Dardik H, Silvestri F, Alasio T, Berry S, Hallac R, Laudito A, Ibrahim IM. Extraanatomic Renal Revascularization: Surgical and Anatomic Variations. Vasc Surg 1998; 32: 87-96.

Dardik H, Wengerter K, Qin F, Pangilinan A, Silvestri F, Wolodiger F, Kahn M, Sussman B, Ibrahim IM. Comparative decades of experience with glutaraldehyde-tanned human umbilical cord vein graft for lower limb revascularization: An analysis of 1275 cases. J Vasc Surg 2002; 35: 64-71.

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