Paul Yang MD, FACS, RVT
Surgeon577 Prospect Avenue Brooklyn NY, 11215
Dr. Yang earned a Bachelor of Arts from Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, followed by an MD from the New York University School of Medicine in New York City. He subsequently completed a ...
Education and Training
Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts B.A.
New York University School of Medicine M.D. 1988
SurgeryAmerican Board of SurgeryABS
- Vascular Surgery
- Aortic Repair, Open Or Repair Of Arterial Aneurysm
- Arteriovenous Shunt Creation
- Carotid Artery Stent Placement
- Embolectomy, Thrombectomy, Or Vessel Exploration
- Endovascular Repair Of Abdominal Aorta
- Endovascular Repair Of Aorta
- Peripheral Artery Bypass Procedures
- Peripheral Artery Catheterization
- Removal Of Arteriovenous Shunt For Renal Dialysis
- Revision Of Arteriovenous Shunt For Renal Dialysis
- Ultrasound, Carotid
- Varicose Vein Procedure
- Venous Sclerotherapy
- FellowAmerican College of Surgeons
- Professional MemberAmerican Society of Angiology
- Professional MemberSociety for Vascular Surgeons
- Professional MemberAmerican Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers New York
- Professional MemberSociety for Vascular Surgery
- Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City General Surgery 1991
- Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New York Vascular Fellowship 1994
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- Reasons Why You Need an Adenoidectomy
Having a sore throat is a common condition and anyone can be affected by it. One cause of a sore throat is tonsillitis (inflammation of the tonsils). However, apart from tonsils, there are also adenoids, which are found at the back of the pharynx. Adenoids can also be affected and can cause a series...
- What Are the Risks to Knee Replacement Surgery?
Knee replacement surgery is a medical procedure that is aimed to treat a knee joint that has been damaged due to arthritis or other complications. Arthritis is a condition that results from the breakdown of joint cartilage plus the underlying bone. Knee replacement surgery is used when other means...
- What Is the Epiglottis?
What is Epiglottis?Epiglottis is a elastic flap of tissue that is shaped like a thin leaf and situated at the root of the tongue. It protects the opening between the vocal cords, known as the entrance of the glottis. Epiglottis is covered with mucous membrane, which is a yellow elastic cartilage...
- What to Expect if You Need a Colonoscopy
A colonoscopy is an outpatient procedure done in a private room, in which the inside of the large intestine, (colon and rectum), is examined. This procedure is normally used to evaluate gastrointestinal symptoms, such as rectal and intestinal bleeding, abdominal pain, or changes in bowel habits....
- Epigastric Hernia: Get the Facts
A hernia is a condition in which some part of an internal organ grows through an opening and protrudes to some other area, thereby altering its normal location.There are many types of hernia, but the epigastric hernia is the most common form. An epigastric hernia occurs when abdominal tissue...
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