Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University
Sidney Kimmel Medical College
Department of Medicine

Herrine, Steven K

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Steven K. Herrine, MD

Contact Dr. Herrine

132 South 10th Street
Thompson Building, Suite 450
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-8900
(215) 503-2146 fax

Medical School

Jefferson Medical College - 1990


Hospital of University of Pennsylvania (HUP)


Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

Board Certification

Transplant Hepatology
Internal Medicine

Hospital Appointment

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Methodist Hospital Division of Thomas Jefferson University Hospital


Most Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications

  1. American Gastroenterological Association Institute Technical Review on Initial Testing and Management of Acute Liver Disease
  2. Obstetricians’ and gynecologists’ knowledge, education, and practices regarding chronic hepatitis b in pregnancy
  3. Hepatocellular carcinoma after locoregional therapy: Magnetic resonance imaging findings in falsely negative exams
  4. Training the next generation of hepatologist: What will they need to know?
  5. Training directors have positive perceptions of a competency-based gastroenterology and transplant hepatology fellowship program
  6. A Clinical Decision Rule Based on the AST-to-Platelet Ratio Index Improves Adherence to Published Guidelines on the Management of Acute Variceal Bleeding
  7. Patterns of acetaminophen use exceeding 4 grams daily in a hospitalized population at a tertiary care center
  8. Occupational exposure to hepatitis C virus: Early T-cell responses in the absence of seroconversion in a longitudinal cohort study
  9. Single-center comparison of three chemoembolization regimens for hepatocellular carcinoma
  10. Diffuse hepatic cavernous hemangiomatosis presenting with portal hypertension, esophagogastric varices, and GI bleed
  11. Racial differences in hepatitis C treatment eligibility
  12. Boceprevir for untreated chronic HCV genotype 1 infection
  13. The natural history of acute hepatitis C: Clinical presentation, laboratory findings and treatment outcomes
  14. Fulminant Hepatic Failure Caused by Amanita phalloides Toxicity
  15. Prevalence of HCV risk factors in Hispanic-American sub populations
  16. Hepatitis C virus treatment-related anemia is associated with higher sustained virologic response rate
  17. Over-the-counter analgesics in cirrhotic patients: A case-control study examining the risk of hospitalization for liver-associated events
  18. Making the best of a bad situation: Early chronic nosocomial HCV infection
  19. Dilated cisternae chyli: A sign of uncompensated cirrhosis at MR imaging
  20. Serologic Markers Do Not Predict Histologic Severity or Response to Treatment in Patients With Autoimmune Hepatitis