Mark H. Meissner, MD

Dr. Meissner is a UW professor of surgery specializing in vascular surgery, with particular clinical and research interests in deep venous thrombosis, chronic venous disease, vascular trauma and abdominal aortic aneurysms. He earned his medical degree from the University of Colorado and came to the UW for his surgical residency. He also completed a vascular surgery fellowship at the UW before joining the faculty. He is board-certified in surgery and in vascular surgery.

Additional Articles by: Mark H. Meissner, MD

Mental Health Among Health Care Providers

Despite its importance to our patients, understanding mental health in physicians and other healthcare providers is equally relevant. Although different psychological constructs,1 ...

Venous Origin Chronic Pelvic Pain – Complexities and Controversies

An Update From Two Leading Vein Specialists Introduction from Dr. Meissner PELVIC VENOUS DISORDERS, defined as the spectrum of symptoms and signs arising from the veins of the pelv...