Dr. Louis Agnone has been practicing gastroenterology for over 20 years and joined Borland Groover in 2007. He completed his fellowship training in gastroenterology in 1989. Dr. Agnone has been an active staff member at both Halifax Medical Center and Florida Hospital - Ormond Beach, and is currently medical director of the Surgery Center of Volusia and managing partner of Borland Groover’s Port Orange office location.
Dr. Agnone received his undergraduate degree from Duke University and his medical degree from University of South Florida. He completed a residency in internal medicine & fellowship in gastroenterology from the University of Illinois, Chicago. He is board certified in both internal medicine and gastroenterology and consistently receives the AMA’s Physician Recognition Award for continuing medical education.
T.J. Layden, L.M. Agnone, L.N. Schmidt, B. Hakim, and J.L. Goldstein, Rabbit esophageal cells possess a Na+, H+ antiport. Gastroenterology 1990: 99:909-17.
L.M. Agnone, L.N. Schmidt, J.T. Goldstein, T.J. Layden. Regulations of rabbit esophageal cell pH by a Na+ H+ antiport. Accepted for oral presentation May 1989 AGA scientific meetings, Washington, D.C.
L.M. Agnone, L.N. Schmidt, J.L. Goldstein, T.J. Layden.Mechanisms of regulation of intracellular pH (phi) In isolated rabbit esophageal cells. Also presented as a poster at the April 1989 AFCR scientific meetings, Washington, D.C.
L.M. Agnone, L.N. Schmidt, J.L. Goldstein, T.J. Layden. Regulations of rabbit esophageal intracellular pH by a Na+, H+ antiport. Presented as oral presentation April 26, 1989, Chicago Society of Gastroenterology.
Moulis, H., Stella, G., Agnone L., Ricci, D., Pasricha S., and Mostellar D. Nitazoxanide for the Treatment of SIBO-Related Gastrointestinal Symptoms. Gastrointestinal Associates, PA, Port Orange, FL, and Department of Medical Science, Romark Laboratories, L.C., Tampa, FL