Publications for Ingvar Halldestam
Co-author map based on ISI articles 2007-

Journal Articles

Ingvar Halldestam
  Incidensen av gallsten: symtom och riskfaktorer
  Läkartidningen, 2010, 107(7), 425.

Ingvar Halldestam, Eric Kullman and Kurt Borch
  Incidence of and potential risk factors for gallstone disease in a general population sample
  BRITISH JOURNAL OF SURGERY, 2009, 96(11), 1315-1322.
 Web of Science® Times Cited: 12

Ingvar Halldestam, Eric Kullman and Kurt Borch
  Incidence of gallstone disease in a general population sample: relations to symptomatology and potential risk factors
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Ingvar Halldestam, Erik Kullman and Kurt Borch
  Defined indications for elective cholcystectomy for gallstone disease
  British Journal of Surgery, 2008, 95(5), 620-626.
 Web of Science® Times Cited: 10

Stefan Redéen, Helena Engström, Stina Erikson, Ingvar Haldestam, Ted Leinsköld and Karl-Erik Johansson
  Abdominell tuberkulos - en nygammal diagnostisk utmaning
  Läkartidningen, 2005, 102(30-31), 2151-2153.

Ingvar Haldestam
  Skilj på gallstensförekomst och gallstenssjukdom
  Läkartidningen, 2004, 101, 3054-3054.

Ingvar Halldestam, E.-L. Enell, Erik Kullman and Kurt Borch
  Development of symptoms and complications in individuals with asymptomatic gallstones
  British Journal of Surgery, 2004, 91(6), 734-738.
 Web of Science® Times Cited: 77

Peter Andersson, Eric Kullman, Ingvar Halldestam, Curt Einarsson and Kurt Borch
  Bouveret's syndrome followed by gallstone entrapment in the stomach: An uncommon cause of upper gastrointestinal bleeding and gastric retention
  European Journal of Surgery, 2000, 166(2), 183-185.
 Web of Science® Times Cited: 5

Kurt Borch, K.-A. Jönsson, J. Zdolzek, Ingvar Halldestam and Erik Kullman
  Prevalence of gallstone disease in a Swedish population sample: Relations to occuption, childbirth, health status, life style, medications and blood lipids
  Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology, 1998, 33(11), 1219-1225.

Ph.D. Theses

Ingvar Halldestam
  Gallstone disease: Population based studies on risk factors, symptomatology and complications
  2008.


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