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MICHAEL STEVEN BUTENSKY, M.D

EDUCATION:
1977 – 1981

University of Pennsylvania - BA Biology - Magna Cum Laude
Philadelphia, PA

1981 – 1985

New York University
New York, NY


BOARD CERTIFICATIONS:
1986           
National Board of Medical Examiners
1988                               
Internal Medicine
1991 Gastroenterology

FELLOWSHIP: 
1989 – 1991

Gastroenterology
New York University/NY

1997 – 1998

Pancreatico-Biliary Endoscopy
Beth Israel / Deaconess Hospital, Boston, MA


LICENSURE: Connecticut Medical License: #31430

EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE:
Internship:
July 1984 – June 1988 

Internal Medicine
New York University/NYVA Medical Center

Residency:

July 1986 – June 1988 

Internal Medicine
New York University/NYVA Medical Center

Current Academic Position:

Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Medicine
University of Connecticut School of Medicine - Farmington, CT

July 1991 – Present

Attending Physician
Saint Francis Hospital, Hartford, CT


ONGOING RESEARCH:
The Role of nonenteric coated pancreatioc enzymes in the prevention of post ERCP induced pancreatitis.
PUBLICATION:

BUTENSKY MS, Berkowitz KA, Smith RL: The effects of large volume paracentesis on pulmonary function.
American Journal Gastroenterology 86:1324, 1991

BUTENSKY MS, Falkenstein DB: Gastrocolic fistula complicating a benign gastric ulcer. 
New York Journal of Medicine 92:6970, 1992

Berkowitz KA, BUTENSKY MS, Smith RL: Pulmonary functions after large volume paracentesis.
American Journal Gastroenterology, 88: 905-907, 1993

Hoffman HS, BUTENSKY MS:
Severe diarrhea with Ticlid therapy,
Connecticut Medicine 58:251, 1997

BUTENSKY MS, Long term stenting for choledocholithiasis,
Connecticut Medicine 64:413-414, 2000

Hammami FM, BUTENSKY MS, Daoud IM, Intracorporeal electrohydraulic Lithotripsy in gallstone ileus.
Connecticut Medicine 65:77-80, 2001

 
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