Peter J. Pappas, MD

Dr. Peter J. Pappas graduated from the UMDNJ Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in 1987. He works in Brooklyn, NY and specializes in General Surgery and Vascular Surgery. Dr. Pappas is affiliated with New York Presbyterian Westchester Division, The Brooklyn Hospital Center and Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals Methodist.

Additional Articles by: Peter J. Pappas, MD

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...

The AVF/ACP Merger: A Thoughtful Treatise

Merging the American Venous Forum and the American College of Phlebology has been a long- standing thought with many in the venous disease industry for some time now—and for a go...

Advancing the Care of Venous Ulcers: Industry's Key Role

The global incidence of venous ulceration hasn’t changed despite technological advancements. It’s time for a new approach to venous ulceration.