John H. Gilliam, M.D.
Cholestasis, Intrahepatic; Thrombectomy; Barrett Esophagus; Precancerous Conditions; Esophageal Neoplasms
Academic: 336-716-4621 | Department: 336-713-7777
Small bowel tumors detected by double balloon enteroscopy: an eight-year experience [abstract]. Caruana PR, Yarra P, Gilliam JH.. Am J Gastroenterol. 2016;111(Suppl 1):S169-S170.
Dysphagia lusoria: the freak of nature [abstract]. Lane AM, Gilliam JH.. Am J Gastroenterol. 2016;111(Suppl 1):S780-S781.
Successful treatment of Barrett's esophagus with radiofrequency ablation in a patient with severe reflux esophagitis following fundoplication [letter]. Oh SY, Gilliam J, Conway JD.. Endoscopy. 2014;46(5):451.
Identifying patients most likely to have a common bile duct stone after a positive intraoperative cholangiogram. Vadlamudi R, Conway J, Mishra G, Baillie J, Gilliam J, Fernandez A, Evans J.. Gastroenterol Hepatol (N Y). 2014;10(4):240-244.
Can EUS prevent unnecessary ERCPs? [abstract]. Carriere VJ, Conway J, Baillie J, Evans JA, Gilliam JH, Mishra G.. Gastrointest Endosc. 2012;75(4 Suppl):AB191.
Same-day combined EUS/ERCP to investigate biliary and pancreatic disorders: better together [abstract]. Charbel S, Kimberly J, Conway J, Gilliam J, Baillie J, Mishra G.. Am J Gastroenterol. 2008;103(Suppl):S70.
EUS guided 'pseudocystogram': an adjunct to ERCP for performing endoscopic cystgastrostomy [abstract]. Walsh P, Gilliam J, Mishra G.. Endoscopy. 2006;38(Suppl 1):.
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Gastroenterology, Colonoscopy, Gallbladder and Biliary Tract Disease, Double Balloon Enteroscopy, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Endoscopic Mucosal Resection, Liver Disease, Pancreatic Diseases, Peptic Ulcer Disease, Therapeutic Endoscopy
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Used very big technical words a lot. Hard to get sometimes. Nice but GRUFF! Didn't listen too well to me, but, he had found the problem and that counted the MOST.
After 22 years of having Dr. John Gilliam as my doctor....the number 5 is not a high enough rating. He is and always has been awesome in every way.
Dr Gilliam has been a great blessing for us, a risky and major surgery was avoided by his expertise.
I have been patient for 35 years. *Dr. Gilliam is best.
Dr. Gilliam provided a relaxed, light hearted environment during a recent consultation visit. Dr. Gilliam took extra time to answer my questions and put my mind at ease about my upcoming EMR procedure. He is a very confident, accomplished and respected doctor.
The doctor acted like he didn't want to take time with me.
*Dr. Gilliam is an excellent doctor. I could not ask for better care.
Need to explain in layman's terms to help us understand
doctor has my best interest at heart
*Dr. Gilliam is great and very knowledgeable.
*Dr. Gilliam is the BEST!!!
*Dr. Gilliam was very good listener - not in a hurry the BEST DOCTOR I've had to show an interest in my problem.
*Dr. Gilliam has a special taken of making you feel comfortable when addressing an uncomfortable subject. I appreciate how he makes it easy to discuss my condition. A TOP NOTCH DR.!!! He took necessary steps to identify my problem -