Tonia Young-Fadok, MD
Mayo Clinic
Scottsdale, AZ

Education MS - Epidemiology
Harvard School of Public Health

Fellow - Laparoscopic Colon and Rectal Surgery
Mayo Clinic in Rochester

Scholarship - Mayo Foundation Scholar: Program in Clinical Effectiveness
Harvard School of Public Health

Fellow - Colon and Rectal Surgery
Mayo Clinic in Rochester

Resident - General Surgery
St. Elizabeth's Medical Center

Resident - Anesthesia
Beth Israel Hospital

Research Fellowship - Harvard Surgical Research Fellow; Organ Transplantation
New England Deaconess Hospital

House Officer - General Medicine
Queen Alexandra Hospital

House Officer - General Surgery
John Radcliffe Hospital

Oxford University Medical School

Mission Hospital - Bamenda, Cameroon, West Africa

BA - Physiological Sciences
University College, Oxford University

Mayo Clinic

Doctors in Colon and Rectal Surgery at Mayo Clinic in Arizona specialize in the surgical treatment of disorders of the colon, rectum and anus. They perform hundreds of operations each year, largely using minimally invasive (laparoscopic) techniques. Laparoscopic procedures offer many benefits, including less blood loss, trauma and scaring, a shorter hospital stay and a more rapid recovery than conventional surgery.

Colorectal surgeons at Mayo Clinic in Arizona are committed to refining minimally invasive techniques. In 2009, a colon and rectal surgeon at Mayo Clinic in Arizona performed the first single-incision total colectomy, in which the entire colon was removed through a single 3-centimeter incision around the navel.

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 Efficacy and Safety Study With Diltiazem Hydrochloride Cream to Treat Anal Fissures

The purpose of this study is to determine if the study drug, VEN307 (diltiazem hydrochloride cream) is safe and to see if it will help with treatment of pain associated with anal fissures.


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    Developing a Clinical Research Agenda for Fecal Incontinence

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    Clinical Advances in the Management of Fecal Incontinence
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