• Shah H, Dandamudi N, Fargo R, & Ellstrom K. (2013). EFFECT OF PULMONARY REHABILITATION ON SLEEP AS MEASURED BY ACTIGRAPHY. Journal of Investigative Medicine, 61(1), 183-183. (01/2013)
  • Farshidpanah S, Klein W F, Fargo R, & Dandamudi N. (2013). SLEEP-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE AND PHYSIOLOGIC PARAMETERS IN VETERANS WITH EARLY AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS. Journal of Investigative Medicine, 61(1), 170-170. (01/2013)
  • Banta D P, Dandamudi N, Parekh H J, & Anholm J D. (2009). YELLOW NAIL SYNDROME FOLLOWING THORACIC SURGERY: A CASE REPORT. Journal of Investigative Medicine, 57(1), 136-136. (01/2009)

Scholarly Journals--Published

  • Banta D P, Dandamudi N, Parekh H J, & Anholm J D. (2009). Yellow nail syndrome following thoracic surgery: A new association?. Journal of Postgraduate Medicine, 55(4), 270-271. An 80-year-old man presented with the characteristic triad of yellow nail syndrome (chronic respiratory disorders, primary lymphedema and yellow nails) in association with coronary artery bypass graft surgery. Treatment with mechanical pleurodesis and vitamin E resulted in near complete resolution of the yellow nails, pleural effusions, and lower extremity edema. The etiology of the yellow nail syndrome has been described as an anatomical or functional lymphatic abnormality. Several conditions have previously been described as associated with this disease. This is the first report of the association of this syndrome with thoracic surgery. (10/2009) (link)