Bibliography

Peer Reviewed Publications:

  • JM Gurley, MS Wamsley, LJ Sandell, Alterations in Apoptosis and Epithelial – Mesenchymal Transformation in an In Vitro Cleft Palate Model:  Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 113:907.  2004.
  • YH Kim, JM Gurley, JL Marsh.  Re-operation Rate in Non-syndromic Craniosynostosis. JM Gurley, T Pilgrim, CA Perlyn, JL Marsh.  Long-term Outcome of  Autogenous Rib Graft Nasal Reconstruction.  Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 108(7):1895-1905.2001.
  • JS Lyzak, JM Gurley, C Boyle:  Chondromyxoid Fibroma of the Sternum: Case Report and Review of the Literature, Skeletal Radiology.  25:489-492. 1996. N Kotani, CY Lin, JS Wang, JM Gurley, FP Tolin, F Michelassi, HS Lin, WS Sandbery, MF Roizen.  Loss of Alveolar Macrophages During Anesthesia and Operation in Humans.  Anesth.  Anglg.  81:1255-62. 1995.
  • G Schleicher, WE Stumpf, JM Gurley, U Drews.  Differential Nuclear Binding of (3H) Testosterone and its Metabolites to Androgen and Estrogen Receptors in the Brain, Pituitary, Heart, Kidney and Accessory Sex Glands of Mice.  Journal Steroid  Biochemistry.  33, No. 4A, 581-587.1989.
  • WE Stumpf, M Sar, L O’Brien, JK Morin (Gurley).  Pyloric Gastrin-Producing Cells and Pyloric Sphincter Muscle Cells are Nuclear Targets For (3H) 1, 25 Vitamin D:  Histochemistry. 89-:  447-450. 1988.
  • WE Stumpf, M Sar, JK Morin (Gurley) HF Deluca.  Sertoli Cells in the Testis and Epithelium of the Ductulli Efferenctes are Targets for (3H) 1, 25 Vitamin D:  An   Autoradiographoc Study Cell Tissue Research, 247: 453-55.1987.
  • WE Stumpf, JK Morin (Gurley), B Ennis, RB Hochberg.  The Utility of (1, 25) Iodoestradiol for Autoradiography for the Study of Cellular and Regional Distribution of Receptors Journal of Histochemistry Cytochemistry. 35:  87- 92. 1986.
  • G. Schleicher, WE Stumpf, JK Morin (Gurley), U Drews.  Sites of Aromatization of (3H) Testosterone in Forebrain of Male. Female and Androgen Receptor-Deficient TFM Mice:  An auto Radiographic Study.  Brain Research.  397:390-96. 1986.

Invited Publications:

  • JM Gurley:  Plastic Surgery for Benign Breast Conditions.  In Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc., Philadelphia, Editors:  Problems in General Surgery, Vol.   20, No. 4, Pp 113-132. 2003.
  • JL Marsh, A Kane, JM Gurley:  Craniosynostosis.  In Stephen J. Mathews And Vincent R. Hentz, Editors:  Plastic Surgery, Second Edition.  Submitted, W.B. Saunders Company. September 2004.
  • L Gottlieb, JM Gurley, R Parsons:  Patient Selection and Risk Factors.  In BM Achauer, E Eriksson, Editors:  Plastic Surgery:  Indications, Operations, Outcomes. Philadelphia Mosby. June 2000.

Presentations:

  • MS Wamsley, LJ Sandell, JM Gurley.  Palatal Clefting in the FGF10 Mutant Mouse.  Division of Plastic Surgery Resident Research Day.  Washington University School of Medicine.  St. Louis, MO.  May 30, 2003.
  • D Becker, A Kane, Cradock, J Gurley, J Marsh, Peterson, T Pilgram. Cognitive and Behavioral Function in Non-Syndromic Craniosynostosis.  The American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association.  60th Annual Meeting.  Asheville, NC.  April 8-13, 2003.
  • D Becker, A Kane, D Govier, J Gurley, J Marsh, L Marty-Granes and T Pilgram.  Accuracy in Identifications of Patients with 22Q11.2 Deletion by Likely Care Providers Using Facial Photographs.  The American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association.  60th annual Meeting.  Asheville, NC.  April 8-13, 2003.
  • LE Chen, TE Herman, LB Wall, JM Gurley, DW Motler, DM Hovespian, SB Mallory, GB Mychaliska.  The Spectrum of Lymphatic Malformations:  Does Cyst Morphology or Lesion location influence outcome?  50th Anniversary Annual International Congress, British Association of Pediatric Surgeons, Estoril, Portugal.  July 15-17, 2003.
  • MS Wamsley, LJ Sandell, JM Gurley.  Regulation of Palatal Fusion.  Alterations in Programmed Cell Death and Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transformation.  The American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association.  60th Annual Meeting.  Asheville, NC.  April 8-13.2003.
  • Gurley JM.  Proteoglycan Expression During Lung Development.  Charles Huggins Research Conference.  Chicago, IL.  May 14, 1994.
  • Gurley JM.  Frontonasal Dysplasia, Choanal Artesia and Basal Encephalocele.  Illinois Association of Craniofacial Teams, Difficult Case Conference.  Chicago, IL.  May 02, 1997.
  • Gurley JM.  Congenital Facial Weakness.  Illinois Association of Craniofacial Teams, Difficult Case Conference.  Chicago, IL.  May 02,1997.
  • Gurley JM.  Bilateral Tessier 3-11 Cleft, Eye Exposure, Failure to Thrive And Fronto-Ethmoidal Encephalocele.  Illinois Association of CraniofacialTeams, Difficult Case Conference.  Chicago, IL.  May 02, 1997.
  • Gurley JM.  Autolegous Breast Reconstruction in an Adolescent with Tubular Breast Deformity.    Chicago, IL. May 1998.
  • Gurley JM.  The Pros and Cons of Cosmetic Surgery.  Washington University School of Medicine.   St. Louis, MO. October 1999.
  • Gurley JM, Marsh JL.  Long- Term Outcome of Autogenous Rib Graft Nasal Reconstruction.  The American Association of Plastic Surgeons 78th Annual Meeting.  Colorado Springs, CO.  May 1999.
  • Gurley JM, Marsh JL.  Biodegradable Osseous Fixation for Crainosynostosis Surgery:  Plates (Lactosorb) vs. Suture (Vicrl).  The American Cleft Plate-Craniosynostosis Association 56th annual Meeting.  Scottsdale, AZ.  April 13-18, 1999.
  • Marsh JL, Kane AA, Gurley JM.  Long Tern Outcome of “NonSyndromic” Craniosynostosis Treatment.  The American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association 57th Annual Meeting.  Atlanta, GA.  April 2000.
  • Gurley JM, Perlyn CA. Marsh JL.  Autogenous Interdigiated Calvarial Vaul Expansion.  The American Association of Plastic Surgeons 79th Annual Meeting.  Laguna Niguel, CA.  May 10, 2000.
  • Gurley JM, Plastic Surgery Behind The Bandages.  Mim Med. School II Lecture.  Eric P. Newman Auditorium.  Washington University School of Medicine.  St. Louis, MO.  May 18, 2000.
  • Gurley JM.  Plastic Surgery “Head to Toe”.  Mini Med. School II Lecture.  Eric P. Newman Auditorium.  Washington University School of Medicine.  St. Louis, MO.  May 17, 2001.
  • Gurley JM.  “Partial Glossectomy in Beckwith-Wiedemann Patients”.  Beckwith-Wiedemann Support Network.  Beckwith-Wiedemann Conference.  St. Louis, MO.  June 10,2001.
  • Schmelzer R, Perlyn CA, Kane AA, Gurley JM, Govier D, Marsh JL.  A Comparison of the Effects on The Endocranial Basr for Two Surgical Approaches:  In the Treatment of Sagittal Crainiosynostosis.  The American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association.  59th Annual Meeting.  Seattle, Washington.  May 02, 2002.
  • Marsh JL, Gurley JM, Kim AV.  Re-operation Rate in Non-Syndromic Craniosynostosis.  The American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association.  59th Annual Meeting.  Seattle, Washington.  May 03, 2002.
  • Wamsley MS, Sandell LJ, Gurley JM.  Regulation of Palate Fusion:  Alterations in Programmed Cell Death and Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transformation.  Division of Plastic Surgery Resident Research Day, Washington University School of Medicine.  St. Louis, MO June 21, 2002.
  • Svakic M, Sandell LJ, Gurley JM. Developmental Regulation of Proteoglycan Synthesis During Secondary Palate Formation.  Division of Plastic Surgery Resident Research Day.  Washington University School of Medicine.  St. Louis, MO. June 21,2002.
  • Abbott RE, Wamsley MS, Svrakic M, Gurley JM.  Temperospatial Pattern Of a6b1 and a6B4 Intregrins in a Mouse Model of Palatal Fusion.  Division of Plastic Surgery Resident Research Day. Washington University School of Medicine.  St. Louis, MO.  June 21, 2002.