Randall W. Lengeling, MD
Dr. Randall Lengeling became interested in Gastroenterology and Hepatology because it was his best personal fit in the medical profession, and he has the ability to diagnose and treat GI illnesses relatively noninvasively. During his free time, Dr. Lengeling enjoys collecting, curating, researching and lecturing on the Iowa artist Grant Wood, along with playing tennis. He is a very active member of his community.
Dubuque County Medical Society
Iowa Medical Society
American Medical Association
R. W. Lengeling, C. M. Helms, Treatment of atypical pneumonia J Iowa Med Soc, 71(6), 258-60 (1981)
C. M. Helms, R. W. Lengeling, R. L. Pinsky, M. G. Myers, F. P. Koontz, L. W. Klassen, L. A. Wintermeyer, Toxic shock syndrome: a retrospective study of 25 cases from Iowa. Am. J. Med. Sci., 282(2), 50-60 (1981)
Ulcerative ileitis encountered at ileo-colonoscopy: likely role of nonsteroidal agents.
Lengeling RW, Mitros FA, Brennan JA, Schulze KS. Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2003 May;1(3):160-9.
Reviewed, American College of Physicians Annual Meeting 2004 and reported in Update in Gastroenterology and Hepatology, N Greenberger, MD and Prateek Sharma, MD, Annals of Internal Medicine 141:5, 377;2004,
Comments on Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug Enteropathy, Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2010;8:223–225. Randall W. Lengeling, M.D and Konrad S. Schulze, M.D.
Awards & Recognitions
Director's Award, Dubuque Museum of Art 2006
Elisha Darlin Arts Award, The Dubuque County Fine Arts Society, 2008, as a member of the Dubuque Cultural Perservation Committee
Guest Lecturer, Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drug Enteropathy: An Unrecognized American Epidemic, Progress in Internal Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Iowa College of Medicine, October 2011.