Wendy Fiordellisi, MD

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Clinical Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine - General Internal Medicine

Contact Information

Primary Office: IRL
319-467-2000

Clinic:
319-467-2000

Education

BS, Majors: Human Biology and Psychology; Minors: Chemistry and Human Development, University of Wisconsin - Green Bay
MD, Medicine, University of Iowa

Master of Science in Clinical Investigation, University of Iowa College of Public Health
Resident, Internal Medicine Residency, University of Iowa

Licensure and Certifications

American Board of Internal Medicine

Publications

Undeland, D. K., Kowalski, T. J., Berth, W. L. & Gundrum, J. D. (2010). Appropriately prescribing antibiotics for patients with pharyngitis: a physician-based approach vs a nurse-only triage and treatment algorithm. Mayo Clinic Proceedings, 85(11), 1011. PMID: 21037044.

Kowalski, T. J., Tata, S., Berth, W. L., Mathiason, M. A. & Agger, W. A. (2010). Antibiotic treatment duration and long-term outcomes of patients with early Lyme disease from a Lyme disease-hyperendemic area. Clinical Infectious Diseases, 50(4), 51. PMID: 20070237.

Van Every, M. J., Howard, R. S., Gundrum, J. D. & Berth, W. L. (2010). A 20-to40-year follow-up of asymptomatic microhematuria patients. The Gundersen Lutheran Medicine Journal.

Berth, W. L., Schauberger, C. W., Alvarado, M. A. & Mathiason, M. A. (2009). Telephone-based management of lactation mastitis. The Journal of reproductive medicine, 54(5), 291-4. PMID: 19517693.

Rathgaber, S. W., Black, L. E., Berth, W. L. & Mathiason, M. A. (2008). Comprehensive colonoscopy quality in a community gastroenterology practice. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, 67(5), AB238.

Rathgaber, S. W., Black, L. E., Berth, W. L. & Gundrum, J. D. (2008). Repeat colonoscopy guideline adherence following screening and surveillance exams in a community gastroenterology practice. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, 67(5), AB236-7.

Kowalski, T. J., Berth, W. L., Mathiason, M. A. & Agger, W. A. (2001). Oral antibiotic treatment and long-term outcomes of Lyme facial nerve palsy. Infection, 39(3), 239-245. PMID: 21523405.