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Louie G. Linarelli


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American physician, California.

Biography of Louie G. Linarelli

"Dr. Luie G. Linarelli is affiliated with Palomar Pomerado (California). This is their presentation of Dr. Linarelli on Palomar Pomerado's website:

Dr. Louie Linarelli selected his specialty because his own family has a history of diabetes and thyroid conditions. He is board-certified and has practiced medicine since 1969.

Dr. Louie Linarelli received his medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh and completed his internship and residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He is a member of the Society for Pediatric Research and the Endocrine Society.

Dr. Louie Linarelli and his wife have six children. He volunteers with the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. His hobbies include carpentry, painting and piano.
Dr. Louie Linarelli accepts a wide variety of health plans. Please call the office below to verify participation in your health plan."

    "Educating patients is important to successful long-term disease management"
We thank Zoran Bojanic, Serbia, for calling our attention to the Palomar Pomerado website.


  • M. F. Michelis, A. L. Drash, L. G. Linarelli, F. R. DeRubertis, B. B. Davis:
    Decreased bicarbonate threshold and renal magnesium wasting in a sibship with distal tubular acidosis. Metabolism, Duluth, Minnesota, 1972, 21: 905-920.
  • L. G. Linarelli, K. G. Pai, S. F. Pan and H. M. Rubin.
    Anomalies associated with partial deletion of long arm of chromosome 11.
    Journal of Pediatrics, St. Louis, 1975, 86: 750-752.

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