Dr. William Rea, MD

El Dr. William Rea ha publicado y participado en 147 publicaciones médicas:

  1. Rea, W.J. and Robertson, W.O.: Serum Salicylate Levels (their importance in predicting toxicity).  Ohio Medical Journal 59: July, 1963.
  1. Rea, W.J., Graview, L. and Jennings, R.L.: Liver Angioma of Neonate.  American Journal of Surgery 112:  pp. 777; November, 1966.
  1. Sugg, W.L., Rea, W.J., Ecker, R.R., Rose, E., Webb, W.R. and Shaw, R.R.: Penetrating Wounds of the Heart:  An Analysis of 459 Cases.  Journal of Thoracic Cardiovascular Surgery 56: pp. 531‑545; October, 1968.
  1. Rea, W.J., Sugg, W.L., Wilson, L.C., Webb, W.R. and Ecker, R.R.: Coronary Artery Lacerations (An analysis of 22 patients).  Annals of Thoracic Surgery 7:  pp. 518‑528; June, 1969.
  1. Chawla, Narinder, P.S., Rea, W.J. and Shapiro, W.: The Use of an Implanted Demand Pacemaker in Bradyarrhythmias. Archives of Internal Medicine 124:  pp. 593‑599; November, 1969.
  1. Sugg, W.L., Rea, W.J., Webb, W.R. and Ecker, R.R.: Cardiac Assistance (Counterpulsations) in Ten Patients:  Clinical and Hemodynamic Observations.  Annals of Thoracic Surgery 9: pp. 1‑12; January, 1970.
  1. Rea, W.J., Wyrick, W. and McClelland, R.N.: Rare Complications of Intravenous Hyperosmolar Alimentation. JAMA 211, 10:  March 9, 1970.
  1. Rea, W.J., Wyrick, W., McClelland, R.N. and Webb, W.R.: Intravenous Hyperosmolar Alimentation. Geriatrics Digest 7: September 28, 1970 (Abstract).
  1. Rea, W.J. and Wyrick, W.: Necrotizing Fasciitis.  Annals of Surgery 172:  pp. 957‑964; December, 1970.
  1. Rea, W.J., Wyrick, W. and McClelland, R.N.: Intravenous Hyperosmolar Alimentation.  Archives of Surgery 100:  pp. 393‑398; 1970.
  1. Ecker, R.R., Libertini, R.V., Rea, W.J., Sugg, W.L., Webb, W.R.: Injuries of the Trachea and Bonchi.  Annals of Thoracic Surgery 11: pp. 289-298; April, 1971.
  1. Rea, W.J., Wyrick, W.: Necrotizing Fasciitis.  Modern Medicine, 39 No. 17: pp. 77‑78; August 23, 1971.
  1. Ecker, R.R., Mullins, C.B., Grammar, J.C., Rea, W.J., Atkins, J.M.: Control of Intractable Ventricular Tachycardia by Coronary Revascularization.  Circulation 44 Vol. 4:  pp. 666‑670; October, 1971.
  1. Rea, W.J., Eberle, J.W., Watson, J.T., Ecker, R.R., Sugg, W.L.: Gas Transfer in a Heparinized Membrane Oxygenator. Surgical Forum Vol. XXII:  pp. 188‑190; October, 1971.
  1. Rea, W.J., Ecker, R.R., Sugg, W.L.: Zinc in Cardiac Surgery. Journal of Surgical Residents 13, No. 3:  pp. 164‑167; March, 1972.
  1. Ecker, R.R., Rea, W.J., Sugg, W.L., Miller, W.W.: Changes in 2, 3‑Diphos­phoglycerate after Cardiopulmonary Bypass. Annals of Thoracic Surgery 13:  pp. 364‑370; April, 1972.
  1. Rea, W.J., Mills, C., Whitley, D., Eberle, J.W., Sugg. W.L.: Assessment of Long Term Membrane Oxygenation Without Heparin. European Society for Experimental Surgery, Abstracts, p. 288, 7th Congress Amsterdam, The Netherlands, April 11‑14, 1972.
  1. Schwade, J., Pombo, J., Rea, W.J., Waksman, A., Shapiro, W.: Emergency Diagnosis and Attempted Therapy in Post‑Infarction Interventricular Septal Rupture. Texas Medicine Vol. 68: pp.  74‑78; May. 1972.
  1. Rea, W.J., Gallivan, G.J., Ecker, R.R., Sugg, W.L.: Traumatic Esophageal Perforation. Annals of Thoracic Surgery 14: pp. 671‑677; December, 1972.
  1. Rea, W.J., Eberle, J.W., Ecker, R.R., Watson, J., Sugg. W.L.: Long‑Term Membrane Oxygenation in Respiratory Failure. Annals of Thoracic Surgery, 1972.
  1. Rea, W.J.: Hyperalimentation in Chest Surgery. In Intravenous Hyperalimentation.  Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, Chapter 15, pp. 177‑184; 1972.
  1. Rea, W.J., Whitley, D., Eberle, J.W.: Long‑Term Membrane Oxygenation Without Systemic Heparinization.  Society of Artificial Internal Organs, 1972.
  1. Whitley, D.E., Meals, C.R., Eberle, J.W., Manton, J.R., Somerville, P., Rea, W.J.: 24‑Hour Membrane Oxygenation Without Systemic Heparin.  Surgical Forum ACS, 1972.
  1. Rea, W.J.: Myocardial Revascularization.  Proceedings of John Peter Smith Hospital, Tarrant County Hospital District, Spring, 1972.  Vol. 3:  pp. 52‑53.
  1. Rea, W.J.: Ecologic Aspects of Cardiovascular Disease. International Academy of Preventive Medicine, 1975.
  1. Rea, W.J.: Environmentally Triggered Thrombophlebitis. Annals of Allergy, Vol. 37, pp.101‑109; July, 1976.
  1. Rea, W.J., Dickey, L.C.: Relationship of Food and Chemical Sensitivities to Acute Respiratory Failure, Chapter 14; and Ecologic Orientation and Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, Chapter 73.  Clinical Ecology, Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, 1976.
  1. Rea, W.J., Ecologic Orientation in Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, Clinical Ecology, ed. Lawrence D. Dickey, Publisher Charles C. Thomas; Springfield, Illinois, 1976.
  1. Rea, W.J.: Environmentally Triggered Small Vessel Vasculitis. Annals of Allergy, Vol. 38:  pp. 245‑251; April, 1977.
  1. Rea, W.J.: Environmentally Triggered Cardiac Disease. Annals of Allergy, Vol. 40:  pp. 243‑251; April, 1978.
  1. Rea. W.J., Bell, I.R., Suits, C.W., Smiley, R.E.: Food and Chemical Susceptibility after Environmental Chemical Overexposure:  Case Histories.  Annals of Allergy, August, 1978.
  1. Edgar, R.T., Fenyves, E.J., Rea, W.J.: Air Pollution Analysis Used in Operating and Environmental Control Unit. Annals of Allergy, March, 1979.
  1. Rea, W.J., Johnson, F. (editor): Parotiditis Sicca: Management of Environmentally Triggered Allergic Disease in Allergy:  Including IgE in Diagnosis and Treatment. Symposia Specialists, 1979.
  1. Rea, W.J.: The Environmental Aspects of Ear, Nose and Throat Disease:  Part I.  J.C.E.O.R.L. & Allergy, July, 1979.
  1. Rea, W.J.: The Environmental Aspects of Ear, Nose and Throat Disease:  Part II.  J.C.E.O.R.L. & Allergy, September, 1979.
  1. Rea, W.J.: Diagnosing Food and Chemical Susceptibility. Continuing Education:  pp.47‑59; September, 1979.
  1. Rea, W.J., Edgar, R.T., Fenyves, E.J., Smiley, R.E., Stroud, R.M.: Comprehensive Air Pollution Measurements in an Environmental Unit, Part I.  Annals of Allergy, Vol. 42, No. 3, March 1979.
  1. Rea, W.J., Bell, Iris, R. and Smiley, R.E., Johnson, F. and Spencer, J.T. (Eds.). Allergy:  Immunology and Medical Treatment, Symposia Specialists, 1980.
  1. Rea, W.J., Suits, C.W., Gerrard, John W., D.M. (Ed.): Cardiovascular Disease Triggered by Foods and Chemicals. Food Allergy: New Perspectives:  pp.99‑143; Publisher Charles C. Thomas, 1980.
  1. Rea, W.J.: Review of Cardiovascular Disease in Allergy. Bi‑Annual Review of Allergy:  pp. 282‑347; Claude Frazier (Ed.), 1979‑80.
  1. Rea, W.J., Peters, D.W., Smiley, R.E., Edgar, R., Greenberg, M., Fenyves, E.J.: Recurrent Environmentally Triggered Thrombophlebitis (A 5‑Year Follow Up).  Annals of Allergy, December, 1981.
  1. Rea, W.J.: Environmental Aspects of Ear, Nose and Throat Disease.  Otolaryngologic Allergy, H.C. King, M.D. (Ed.), Symposia Specialists, Inc., Miami, Florida, 1981.
  1. Rea, W.J.: Environmental Allergy; Sandorama, 1981.
  1. Rea, W.J.: Fibroscoptic Bronchoscopy.  Bi‑Annual Review of Allergy, Claude A. Frazier, M.D. (Ed.), 1981‑82.
  1. Rea, W.J.: Review of Cardiovascular Disease in Allergy. Bi‑Annual Review of Allergy, Claude A. Frazier, M.D. (Ed.), 1981‑82.
  1. Rea, W.J.: Environmentally Triggered Disorders. Sandorama, IV: pp. 27‑31; 1982.
  1. Rea, W.J., Mitchell, M.J.: Chemical Sensitivity and The Environment, Immunology & Allergy Practice, September/ October 1982, pp. 157/21‑167/31.
  1. Rea, W.J.: Review of Cardiovascular Disease in Allergy. Bi‑Annual Review of Allergy, Claude A. Frazier, M.D. (Ed.), 1982‑83.
  1. Rea, W.J.: Intermittent Unilateral Leg Swelling. Correspondence Society of Surgeons, Vol. 6, No. 3, March, 1983.
  1. Rea, W.J.: The Environmental Aspects of Cardiovascular Disease.  Spectrum, Vol. XXIV, No. 2, International, pp. 25‑30, 1983.
  1. Rea, W.J.: Review of Cardiovascular Disease in Allergy. Bi‑Annual Review of Allergy, Claude A. Frazier, M.D. (Ed.), 1984‑85.
  1. Rea, W.J.: Elimination of Oral Food Challenge Reaction by Injection of Food Extracts:  A Double‑Blind Evaluation. Archives of Otolaryngology, American Medical Association, April, 1984, Vol. 110, pp. 248‑252.
  1. Laseter, J.L., Ildefonso, R.D., Rea, W.J., Butler, J.R.: Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Pesticides in Environmentally Sensitive Patients. Clinical Ecology, Vol. II, No. 1, pp. 3‑12; 1983.
  1. Laseter, J.L., Ildefonso, R.D., Rea, W.J., Butler, J.R.: Pesticides and Brain‑Function Changes in A Controlled Environment. Clinical Ecology, Vol. II, No. 3, pp. 145‑150; 1984.
  1. Marshall, R.T., Stroud, R.M., Kroker, G.F., Bullock, T., Carroll, F.M., Greenberg, M., Randolph, T.G., Rea, W.J., Smiley, R.: Fasting and Rheumatoid Arthritis:  A Multicenter Study.  Clinical Ecology, Vol. II, No. 3, pp. 137‑144; 1984.
  1. Marshall, R.T., Stroud, R.M., Kroker, G.F., Bullock, T., Carroll, F.M., Greenberg, M., Randolph, T.G., Rea, W.J., Smiley, R.: Food Challenge Effects On Fasted Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients:  A Multicenter Study.  Clinical Ecology, Vol. II, No. 4, pp. 181‑190; 1984.
  1. Bertschler, J., Butler, J.R., Lawlis, G.F., Rea, W.J., Johnson, A.R.: Psychological Components of Environmental Illness:  Factor Analysis of Changes During Treatment. Clinical Ecology, Vol. III, No. 2, pp. 85‑96; 1985.
  1. Rea, W.J., Brown, O.D.: Mechanisms of Environmental Vascular Triggering.  Clinical Ecology, Vol. III, No. 3, pp. 122‑128, 1985.
  1. Rea, W.J., Brown, O.D.: Clinical Aspects of Sensitivity to Chemicals:  Use of an Environmental Unit, In Freed, D.L.J. (Ed.), Controversial Techniques In Allergy, England, 1985.
  1. Rea, W.J., Johnson, A.R., Smiley, R.E., Maynard, B., Dawkins‑Brown, O.: Magnesium Deficiency in Patients with Chemical Sensitivity.  Clinical Ecology, Vol. IV, No. 1, pp. 17‑20; 1986.
  1. Rea, W.J., Johnson, A.R., Youdim, S., Fenyves, E.J., Samadi, N.: T and B Lymphocyte Parameters Measured in Chemically Sensitive Patients and Controls.  Clinical Ecology, Vol. IV, No. 1, pp. 11‑14; 1986.
  1. Rea, W.J.: Correspondence Society of Surgeons, 1986, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 4‑5 Response to Steven M. Lib, M.D., N. Miami Beach, FL., Dye induced pancreatitis.
  1. Rea, W.J., Dawkins‑Brown, O.: Cardiovascular Disease in Response to Chemicals and Foods. Brostoff, J., and Challacombe, S.J. (Eds.), London: Bailliere Tindall, Food Allergy & Intolerance, pp. 737‑753, 1987.
  1. Rea, W.J.: Inter‑relationships Between the Environment and Premenstrual Syndrome.  M.G. Brush and E.M. Goudsmit (Eds.), John Wiley & Sons Ltd.  Functional Disorders of the Menstrual Cycle.
  1. Rea, W.J., Pan, Yaqin, Laseter, J.L., Johnson, A.R., Fenyves, E.J.: Toxic Volatile Organic Hydrocarbons in Chemically Sensitive Patients, Clinical Ecology, Vol. V, No. 2, 1987
  1. Rea, W.J.: The Environmental Effects on Neurovascular Problems, Neuro‑ophthalmology Japan (Japanese Journal of Neuro‑ophthalmology), Vol. 4, No. 4, 1987.
  1. Rea, William J., Pan, Yaqin, Johnson, Alfred R., Fenyves, Ervin J.: T & B Lymphocytes in Chemically Sensitive Patients with Toxic Volatile Organic Hydrocarbons in Their Blood, Clinical Ecology, Vol. V, No.4, pp.171‑175, l987/88.
  1. Rea, William J., Pan, Yaqin, Johnson, Alfred R.: Clearing of Toxic Volatile Hydrocarbons from Humans, Clinical Ecology, Vol. V, No. 4, pp. 166‑170, 1987/88.
  1. Pan, Yaqin, Johnson, Alfred R., Rea, William J.: Aliphatic Hydrocarbon Solvents in Chemically Sensitive Patients, Clinical Ecology, Vol. V, No. 3, pp. 126‑131, 1987/88.
  1. Rea, W.J.: Chemical Hypersensitivity and the Allergic Response, Ear, Nose and Throat Journal, Volume 67, January, 1988.
  1. Rousseau, David, Rea, W.J., M.D., Enwright, Jean: Your Home, Your Health, and Well-Being, Hartley and Marks, Vancouver, B.C., 1988.
  1. Rea, W.J., Ross, G.H.: Food and Chemicals as Environmental Incitants, The Nurse Practitioner:  The American Journal of  Primary Health Care, Sept. 1989.
  1. Ross, G.H., Rea, W.J., Johnson, A.R., Maynard, B.J., Carlisle, L.: Evidence for Vitamin Deficiencies in Environmentally-Sensitive Patients, Clinical Ecology, Vol. VI, No. 2, pp. 60-66, 1989.
  1. Rea, William J., Ross, Gerald H., Johnson, Alfred R., Smiley, Ralph E., Fenyves, Ervin J.: Chemical Sensitivity in Physicians, Clinical Ecology, Vol. VI, No. 4, pp. 135-141, 1989.
  1. Rea, William J., Ross, Gerald H., Johnson, Alfred R., Smiley, Ralph E., Sprague, Donald E., Fenyves, Ervin J., Samadi, N.: Confirmation of Chemical Sensitivity by Means of Double-Blind Inhalant Challenge of Toxic Volatile Chemicals, Clinical Ecology, Vol. VI, No. 3, 1989.
  1. Khan, A., Rea, W.J., Johnson, A., Ahmed, Shafi: Possible Use of Co-Enzyme Q-10 in L-Tryptophan Associated Eosinophilia-Myalgia Syndrome, 1990.
  1. Rea, William J.: Response to Collected Letters in Correspondence Society of Surgeons, April 1990.
  1. Pan, Y., Rea, W.J., Johnson, A.R., Fenyves, E.J.: Formaldehyde Sensitivity, Clinical Ecology, Volume VI, No. 3, 1990.
  1. Youdim, S., Rea, William, Liang, H.: Treatment of Environmentally Sensitive Patients with Transfer Factor, Part I:  Immunologic Studies, Clinical Ecology, Volume 7, No. 3, pp. 55-61, 1990.
  1. Youdim, S., Rea, William: Treatment of Environmentally Sensitive Patients with Transfer Factor, Part II: Clinical Studies and Immunological Correlates, Clinical Ecology, Volume 3, pp. 62-66, 1990.
  1. Youdim, S., Liang, H., Rea, William: Treatment of Environmentally Sensitive Patients with Transfer Factor, Part III:  Case Studies on Three Patients, Clinical Ecology, Volume 3, pp. 67-72, 1990.
  1. Rea, William J.: Environmental Pollutants (Editorial), Asociación Medica de Puerto Rico, Volume 83, No. 7, pp. 278-279, July 1991.
  1. Rea, William J, Ross, Gerald H.: Food and Chemicals as Environmental Incitants, Asociacion Medica de Puerto Rico, Volume 83, No. 7, pp. 310-315, July 1991.
  1. Pan, Y, Johnson, Alfred R., Rea, William J.: Aliphatic Hydrocarbon Solvents in Chemically Sensitive Patients, Asociacion Medica de Puerto Rico, Volume 83, No. 7, pp. 316-320, July 1991.
  1. Shirakawa, S., Ishikawa, S., Tsujisawa, I., Rea, W.J.: Disturbance of the Autonomic Nervous System in the Presence of Organochlorine Pesticide — Pupillographic Study, Journal of Ophthalmologica, in press.
  1. Rea, William J., Liang, Hsueh-Chia: Effects of Pesticides on the Immune System, Journal of Nutritional Medicine, Volume 2, pp. 399-410, 1991.
  1. Rea, William J., Pan, Yaqin, Fenyves, Ervin J., Sujisawa, Iehiko, Nasrola, Samadi, Ross, Gerald H.: Electromagnetic Field Sensitivity, Journal of Bioelectricity, Volume 10, No. 1 & 2, 1991.
  1. Kuehn, Kevin A., Johnson, Alfred R., Rea, William J.: Ascomycetes: A Potential Aeroallergen?, Submitted to Proceedings of the Texas Academy of Science 94th Annual Meeting, Stephen F. Austin State University, 1991.
  1. Kuehn, Kevin A., Johnson, Alfred R., Rea, William J.: Preliminary Observation on the Airborne Mycofloral Component Within the North Dallas, Texas Metropolitan Area. Environmental Medicine, Volume 8, No. 3, pp. 79-91, 1991.
  1. Shirakawa, S, Rea, William J., Ishikawa, S., Johnson, A.: Evaluation of the Autonomic Nervous System Response by Pupillographical Study in the Chemically Sensitive Patient. Environmental Medicine, Volume 8, No. 4, pp. 121-127, 1991.
  1. Rea, William J., Johnson, Alfred R., Ross, Gerald H., Butler, Joel R., Fenyves, Ervin J., Griffiths, Bertie, Laseter, John: Considerations for the Diagnosis of Chemical Sensitivity. (Addendum to Biologic Markers in Immunotoxicology) National Academy Press, p.169-192, 1992.
  1. Rea, William J: Chemical Sensitivity, Volume I, Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, Florida, 1992.
  1. Kuehn, Kevin A., Garrison, Robert, Robertson, Larry, Koehn, Robert D., Johnson, Alfred R., Rea, William J.: Identification of Airborne Microfungal Populations from Home Environments within the Dallas-Fort Worth (Texas) Region, Indoor Environment, Volume 1, No. 5, 1992, pp. 285-292, Karger AG, Basel, Switzerland.
  1. Liang, Hsueh-chia, Rea, William J., Fenyves, Ervin J.: Study on the Critical Reference Value from the Regression Equations Between Chlorinated Pesticides and Immune Parameters. Environmental Medicine, Volume 9, No. 1, pp. 10-16, 1992.
  1. Livingston, Linda, Sanjar, Mansour R., Rea, William J.: Toluene Sensitivity as Part of the Chemical Sensitivity Syndrome – Case Report. Environmental Medicine, Volume 9, No. 2, pp. 60-72, 1992.
  1. Simon TR, Hickey DC, Rea WJ, Johnson AR, Ross GH, Fincher C, Harrell EH and Kettlehut M. Breast implants and organic solvent exposure can be associated with abnormal cerebral SPECT studies in clinically impaired patients. Radiological Society of North America, 1992. Radiology 185(P):234, 1992.
  1. Rea, William J., et al: Considerations for the Diagnosis of Chemical Sensitivity. Talmage, I.N., et al. Biological Matters in Immunotherapy, Washington, D.C., National Academy Press 1992 p. 169.
  1. Rea, William J.: Biometeorology, Part 2, Volume 1: Proceedings of The 13th International Congress of Biometeorology (Under the Auspices of the International Society of Biometeorology), Calgary, Alberta, Canada, September, 1993, pp. 26-53.
  1. Rea, William J.: The Environmental Aspects of Chemical Sensitivity, Japanese Journal of Clinical Ecology, Vol. 3, No. 1, 1994.
  1. Rea, William J.: Chemical Sensitivity, Volume 2, Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, Florida, 1994.
  1. Wang, T., Hawkins, L.H., Rea, William J.: Effects of ELF Magnetic Fields on Patients with Chemical Sensitivities, GRAZ conference. 1994.
  1. Higuchi, H., Miyata, M., Ishikawa, S., Rea, William J.: (1996) Abnormalities of the Autonomic Nervous System Seen in Patients Who Have Silicon Breast Implants. International Journal of Occupational Medicine, Immunology, and Toxicology, Vol. 5, No. 1. pp. 1-13.
  1. Rea, William J.: Correspondence Society of Surgeons, Collected Letters, Vol. 17, No. 5, May 1994.
  1. Rea, William J.: Klinische Okologie, Angewandte Umweltmedizin, Hippokrates Verlag GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany December 1994.
  1. Rea, William J. (1995) Chapter 2: Why Children Are More Susceptible to Environmental Hazards.  In The Healthy School Handbook, ed. Miller NL. pp. 39-49, Washington, DC: NEA Professional Library.
  1. Rea, William J.: Pesticides – Review. Journal of Nutritional & Environmental Medicine, Issue 5:4, December 1995.
  1. Rea, William J.:  Progress on Persian Gulf War Illnesses –  Reality and Hypotheses. International Journal of  Occupational Medicine and Toxicology, Vol. 4, No. 3, 1995.
  1. Rea, William J.:  Chemical Sensitivity, Volume 3, Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, Florida, 1996
  1. Rea, William J.: Chemical Sensitivity, Volume 4, Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, Florida, 1997.
  1. Rea, William J., Pan, Y.: Fat and Blood Levels of Toxic Chemicals in Chemically Sensitive Patients.  Journal of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine, United Kingdom, London, issue 5,387-390, March 1996.
  1. Rea, W. J., Pan, Y., Johnson A.R., Ross, G.H., Suyama, H., Fenyves, E.J.: Reduction of Chemical Sensitivity by Means of Heat Depuration, Physical Therapy, and Nutritional Supplementation in a Controlled Environment.  Journal of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine, United Kingdom, London. 1996.
  1. Rea, W.J.: Environmental Medicine and Individual Health. Ecology of Health. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, California, 1996.
  1. Rea, W.J.: Pesticides, Journal of Nutritional & Environmental Medicine (1996) 6, 55-124.
  1. Griffiths, B., Rea, W.J., Johnson A.R., Ross, G.H.: Mitogenic Effects of Mycotoxins on T4 Lymphocytes. The Faculty Press, Cambridge, Great Britain. Microbios 86, 127-134 1996.
  1. Fincher, C.E, Chang, Te-Shang, Harrell, E.H., Kettelhut, M.C., Rea, W.J., Johnson, A.R., Hickey, D.C. and Simon, T.R.: Comparison of Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography Findings in Cases of Healthy Adults and Solvent-Exposed Adults, American Journal of Industrial Medicine 31:4-14 (1997.
  2. Rea, William J.: Correspondence Society of Surgeons, Collected Letters.  29, No. 2, February 1997.
  1. Bascon, R., Meggs, W.J., Frampton, M., Hudnell, K., Kilburn, K.,Kobal, K., Medinsky, M., and Rea, W.: Neurogenic Inflammation: With Additional Discussion of Central and Perceptual Integration of Nonneurogenic Inflammation.  Environmental Health Perspectives. Vol. 105, Supplement 2, March 1997.
  1. Smith, C.W., Rea, W.J., Griffiths, B.: The Frohlich Approach to Cellular Communication Systems.  Effects of  Electricity & Magnetism in the Natural World, Section 10: Work on Cell Cultures at the Environmental Health Center,  Dallas” – Madeira 1-6 Oct. 1998.
  1. Baird, Deborah N., M.D., Rea, William, M.D.: The Temporomandibular Joint Implant Controversy:  A Review of Autogenous/Alloplastic Materials and Their Complications. Journal of Nutritional & Environmental Medicine (1998) 8, 289-300. Carfax Publishing Ltd.
  1. Griffiths,  Bertie B., Rea, William J., Griffiths, Bradley, Pan, Y.:  The Role of the T-Lymphocytic  Cell Cycle and An Autogenous Lymphocytic Factor in Clinical Medicine.  Cytobios 93, 49-66, 1998.
  2. Baird, Deborah N., M.D., Rea, William J., M.D.: The    Temporomandibular Joint Implant Controversy:  Part II: Its Clinical Implications. Journal of Nutritional & Environmental Medicine (1999) 9, 209-222.  Taylor & Francis Ltd.
  1. Ross, Gerald H., Rea, William J., Johnson, Alfred R., Hickey,   David C., Simon,  Theodore R.:   Neurotoxicity in  single photon        emission computed tomography brain scans of patients  reporting        chemical sensitivities.  Toxicology and Industrial Health,  1999), 15, 415-420.
  1. Rea, William J., M.D. and Pan, Yaqin, M.D.: Toxic  Encephalopathy. Environmental Management and Health,  Volume 11, No. 3, pp. 250-262, 2000.
  1. Rea, William J., M.D., Fenyves, Ervin J., Ph.D., Seba, Douglas,   Ph.D., Pan, Yaqin, M.D.:  Organochlorine Pesticides and  Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Solvents in the Blood of Chemically Sensitive Patients.  Journal of Environmental Biology, Volume 22  (3), 163-169, 2001.
  1. Harrell, E., Didriksen, N., Butler, J.R. and Rea, W.J.  (March    2001) Validation of the Comprehensive Neuropsychological Screen   CNS) in Environmental Patients. Society for Behavioral  Medicine,  Seattle, WA.
  2. Callaway, T.G., Didriksen, N.A., and Rea, W.J.  (September 2000)        2000) Clinical Analysis Questionnaire:  Psychological Profiles of Neurotoxically-Exposed Patients.  Texas-Oklahoma Joint Annual Convention, Texas and Oklahoma Psychological Associations, Dallas, TX.
  3. Rea, William J. and Pan, Yaqin:  The use of the environmental control unit to study indoor air pollution. Dimensions of  Pollution, Vol. 1, pp. 104-114, 2002.
  4. Rea, W.J. and Ross, G.H.:  Cardiovascular Disease in Response to Foods and Chemicals. Food Allergy & Intolerance, Brostoff and Challacombe, 2nd Edition. Saunders 2002.
  5. Rea, William J.:  Optimum Environments for Optimum Health and          Creativity.  Crown Press 2003.

  6. Simon, Theodore R. and Rea, William J.:  Use of Functional Brain Imaging in the Evaluation of Exposure to Mycotoxins and Toxins Encountered in Desert/Storm/Desert Shield.   Archives of        Environmental Health, July 2003, Heldref Publications.
  7.  Rea, William J., Didriksen, Nancy, Simon, Theodore R., Pan, Yaqin, Fenyves, Ervin J., and Griffiths, Bertie:  Effects of Toxic Exposure Associated with Neurobehavioral and Pulmonary Impairment:  A Preliminary Report.  Archives of Environmental Health, July 2003, Heldref Publications.
  8.  Curtis, L., Lieberman, A., Stark, M., Rea, W. and Vetter, M.: Adverse Health Effects of Indoor Molds.  Journal of Nutritional        and Environmental Medicine, September 2004, 14(3), 261-274.
  9. Curtis, L., Rea, W., Smith-Willis, P., Fenyves, E. and Pan, Y: Adverse Health Effects of Outdoor Air Pollutants.  Environment International 32, Issue 6 (2006) 815-830.
  10.  Curtis, L., Lieberman, A., Stark, M., Rea, W. and Vetter, M.: Adverse Health Effects of Indoor Moulds.  Nexus Magazine, JJune-July 2006, V. 13, No. 4, p. 19-23.
  11. Dean, Amy L., Rea, William J., Curtis, Luke: Environmental Therapy-Induced Remission of Aplastic Anemia.  Journal of Nutritional & Environmental Medicine, August 2007, V. 16, Issue 3 & 4, p. 227-231.

  12. Rea, William J., Pan, Yaqin, Griffiths, B.: The Treatment of Patients with Mycotoxin-induced Disease, Toxicology and Industrial Health 25(9-10) 711-714.
  13. Yu, George, Rea, William: Toxic Chemical Levels in Intra-Abdominal Fat Compartments Compared to Subcutaneous Fat Compartment and to Blood Serum.  Environmental Health Perspectives, September 2009.
  14. Rea, William J., Patel, Kalpana: Reversibility of Chronic Degenerative Diseaseand Hypersensitivity, V. 1: Regulating Mechanisms of Chemical Sensitivity.  CRC Press:Taylor & Francis Group, June 2010.
  15. Zeliger, H., Rea, William, Pan, Y.: Predicting Co-Morbidities   in Chemically Sensitive Individuals from Exhaled Breath  Analysis. Interdisciplinary Toxicology, 2012; Vol. 5(3):123-126.
  16. McMahaon, S., Hope, J., Thrasher, J., Rea, W., Vinitsky, A., Gray, M. 2012: Global Indoor Health Network (GIHN)Position Statement: Common Toxins in Our Homes, Schools, and Workplaces.
  17. Rea, William J., Restropo, Carolina, Pan, Yaqin: Terpenes and   Terpenoids in Chemical Sensitivity.  Alternative Therapies,  July/Aug 2015, V. 21, 4, pp. 12-17.

  18. Rea, William J., Patel, Kalpana: Reversibility of Chronic Degenerative Disease and Hypersensitivity, V. II: The Effects of Environmental Pollutants on the Organ Systems.  CRC Press:Taylor & Francis Group, August 2014.

  19. Rea, William J., Patel, Kalpana: Reversibility of Chronic Degenerative Disease and Hypersensitivity, V. III: Clinical Environmental Manifestations of the Neurocardiovascular Systems.  CRC Press:Taylor & Francis Group, October 2014.

  20. Rea, William J.: Reviews on Environmental Health: History of Chemical Sensitivity and Diagnosis. De Gruyter, July 2016.

  21. Rea, William J., Patel, Kalpana: Reversibility of Chronic Degenerative Disease and Hypersensitivity, V. IV: The Environmental Aspects of Chemical Sensitivity. CRC Press:Taylor &  Francis Group, IN PRESS.

  22. Rea, William J., Patel, Kalpana: Reversibility of Chronic Degenerative Disease and Hypersensitivity, V. V: New Information  and Treatment. CRC Press:Taylor & Francis Group, IN PRESS.

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