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Mentors Who Made Me: Drs. Kitty and Arnost Fronek

Long-time VEIN contributor Helane Fronek introduces her parents-in-law, Kitty and Arnost Fronek—two illustrious innovators in cardiovascular technology.

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Mentors Who Made Me: Dr. Anton Butie

Dr. Mitchel Goldman interviews his mentor Dr. Anton Butie to discuss his work in founding the ACP and educating physicians in venous treatment techniques.

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Next Generation of Venous Leaders

New procedures, techniques and modes of treatment tend to get the most attention, but who are emerging as the next leaders in venous medicine? Here are the visions and the stories of outstanding, young practitioners.

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Q&A Dr. Melanie Murn

VEIN Contributing Writer Kristinha M. Anding recently spoke with Melanie Murn, M.D., a physician at Vein Clinic PA in Chanhassen, Minn., and Stephen Daugherty, M.D., medical director of VeinCare Centers of Tennessee in Clarksville, Tenn., about their experiences attending the 2007 ACP Advanced Pract ...

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Q&A Case Study With Joseph Zygmunt Jr., RVT

What type of venous disease did your patient have? A 48-year-old woman came to my office with leg pain, varicosities and recurrent superficial phlebitis of the medial calf. She had first noticed a bulging vein on her left medial calf about six years ago, which slowly got worse over time as did her ...

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Featured Doctor: Deborah L. Manjoney, M.D.

Deborah L. Manjoney, M.D., medical director at the Wisconsin Vein Center and MediSpa, has her finger on the pulse of the latest trends and technology for medispa treatments. For nearly eight years, she has been on a mission to build a medispa practice that utilizes her medical background as well as ...

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Vein Specialist Suresh Vedantham M.D.

Vein specialist Suresh Vedantham M.D., has spent most of his career studying the diagnosis and treatment of venous thromboembolism (VTE), deep-vein thrombosis (DVT) and pulmonary embolism (PE). Nearly 1 million Americans suffer from DVT, and 500,000 of them develop PE, which causes some 300,000 deat ...

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Q&A Philip Seaver-IVC

Vein Magazine’s Dave DelVal recently caught up with Vein Specialist Philip R. Seaver, Jr., M.D., who provided us with some feedback on his plans to attend this year’s event. How many years have you attended the IVC Annual Meeting? This will be my second IVC meeting in Miami. I heard about IVC

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Q&A Doctor Hoyle: TAILOR-MADE PRACTICE

ADVANCED VEIN CENTER'S BRUCE HOYLE, M.D., FINDS HOPE IN NEW TECHNOLOGY Bruce R. Hoyle, M.D., Medical Director, Advance Vein Center, Orange, Ca., treats a wide spectrum of vein complaints, including facial, breast and hand veins. A graduate of the Unibersity of Western Ontario and an active member o ...

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Steve Elias Appointed Director of The Center for Vein Disease at Mount Sinai Medical Center

by VEIN Staff Steve Elias MD FACS has been appointed as Director of The Center for Vein Disease at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York. In his new role as the Center’s director, Dr. Elias aims to uphold the level of excellence that he has cultivated since 2001 and throughout his tenure as Dir ...

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25 Most Influential: Thomas Michael Proebstle, MD, PhD

Thomas Michael Proebstle, MD, PhD A colleague had this to say: “Dr. Proebstle’s approach to reaching out and engaging young doctors is to ‘meet them where they live’ by thinking outside the confines of traditional forums and presenting information in ways that will capture the attention and ...

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25 Most Influential: Suresh Vedantham, MD

Suresh Vedantham, MD A colleague had this to say: “One of the greatest up-and-coming minds in venous research and treatment today." A decade ago, few would have foreseen the crossover in types of vein treatments being offered at other specialty practices. Where do you think the next big movement

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