Clinical Background & Robotic Expertise
Clinical Background and Robotic Expertise
Years in Practice: 2
Board Certified: Yes
Medical School: Jefferson Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University (Philadelphia, OH)
Residency: Cleveland Clinic (Cleveland, OH)
Robotics Training: Ohio State Center for Advanced Robotic Surgery (Columbus, OH)
Oncology Training: The Wexner Center at Ohio State University/Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital (Columbus, OH)
Clinical Interests: Minimally-invasive surgery for liver, gastric, pancreatic and colorectal malignancies using robotic or laparoscopic techniques; Peritoneal Malignancies
Dr. Abdel-Misih received his medical degree from Jefferson Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University. His postgraduate training includes a general surgery residency at Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, OH and a fellowship in surgical oncology at Wexner Center at The Ohio State University/Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital in Columbus, OH. After joining the faculty at Ohio State, he has endeavored to advance the role of minimally invasive surgery in management of gastrointestinal cancer. He is credentialed in the utilization of the DaVinci robotic system.
Dr. Abdel-Misih’s clinical research interests focus on the management of gastrointestinal malignancies and the incorporation of minimally invasive techniques (Robotic and Laparoscopic) into the management of cancers of the liver, pancreas, stomach, and colon/rectum.
The Ohio State University Department of Surgery Fellow Teaching Award, 2009 and 2010
J Rose, D Serna, L.K. Martin, X Li, L Weatherby, S Abdel-Misih, W Zhao, T Saab. Influence of KRAS Mutational Status in Metachronous and Synchronous Metastatic Colorectal Adenocarcinoma. Cancer. Accepted for publication
NB Jones, ME McNally, L Malhotra, S Abdel-Misih, EW Martin, M Bloomston, CR Schmidt. Repeat Hepatectomy for Colorectal Cancer is Safe but Marginally Effective. Annals of Surgical Oncology. Epub December 2011.
S Abdel-Misih, I Hatzaras, P Muscarella, S Melvin, E Ellison, S Schmidt, M Bloomston. Failure of Normalization of CA19-9 Following Resection for Pancreatic Cancer is Tantamount to Metastatic Disease. Annals of Surgical Oncology. April 2011. 18(4); 1116-1121
S Abdel-Misih. Editorial - A Scientific Look at Isolated Limb Perfusion: The Mechanisms and Pathologic Effects of Regional Perfusion in Extremity Soft Tissue Sarcoma. Journal of Surgical Oncology. April 2011. 103(5), 369-370.
S Abdel-Misih, J Broome, X Li, D Arrese, EP Chambers, J Kenneth Jacobs, JE Phay. Changing Intraoperative Parathyroid Hormone Collection Sites from Peripheral to Central Does Not Affect Predictive Accuracy During Parathyroidectomy. Annals of Surgical Oncology. March 2011. 18(3); 771-776
S Abdel-Misih, M Bloomston. Liver Anatomy. Surgical Clinics of North America. August 2010. 90(4); 643-53.
D Murrey, E Bahnson, N Hall, S Povoski, C Mojzisik, D Young, S Sharif, M Johnson, S Abdel-Misih, E Martin jr., M Knopp. Perioperative 18F-FDG Imaging Using the Becquerel as a Quantitative Measure for Optimizing Surgical Resection in Patients with Advanced Malignancy. The American Journal of Surgery 12/2009; 198(6), 834-840
R Chokshi, S Abdel-Misih, M Bloomston. Surgical Management of Colorectal Cancer: A Review of the Literature. Indian Journal of Surgery. 12/1/2009, 71(6), 350-355
S Abdel-Misih, C Schmidt, M Bloomston. Update & Review of the Multidisciplinary Management of Stage IV Colorectal Cancer with Liver Metastases; World Journal of Surgical Oncology. September 2009, 7:72
Schaner P, Rosato FE Jr, Tarola NA, Eisenberg J, <strong>Abdel-Misih S</strong>, Tamburrino J, Popowich DA, Torino PJ, DiMuzio P. Acellular Scaffolding for Vascular Tissue Engineering in a Canine Model. J Surg Res. 2003:114:297