Dr. Juan Leonel Villavicencio M.D.
Vascular Surgeon | Vascular Surgery4301 Jones Bridge Rd Bethesda MD, 20814
Dr. Juan Villavicencio is a vascular surgeon practicing in Bethesda, MD. Dr. Villavicencio specializes in disorders relating to the arterial, venous and lymphatic systems. As a vascular surgeon, Dr. Villavicencio diagnoses and treats vascular diseases and performs vasular surgeries. Common conditions that a vascular surgeon treats are aneurysms, atherosclerosis and varicose veins. Vascular specialists might also treat trauma, venous ulcers, poor leg circulation, peripheral arterial disease and other vascular-related issues.
Education and Training
University of New Mexico School of Medicine 1951
- The distinguished service award medal of the Society for Vascular Surgery: Richard Warren's legacy to vascular surgery.
- Prevalence of deep venous anomalies in congenital vascular malformations of venous predominance.
- New trends and operative techniques in the management of varicose veins.
- Facts and fiction surrounding the discovery of the venous valves.
- Primum non nocere: Is it always true? The use of absolute ethanol in the management of congenital vascular malformations.
- Latest advances in edema.
- The nutcracker syndrome: its role in the pelvic venous disorders.
- Controlled ischemia for complex venous surgery: the technique of choice.
- Congenital vascular malformations: when and how to treat them.
- Varicose veins possess greater quantities of MMP-1 than normal veins and demonstrate regional variation in MMP-1 and MMP-13.
- The life and work of the German physician Johannes Scultetus (1595-1645).
- Mast cell activity under various forms of stress.
- Mast cell activity under various forms of stress.
- Iliofemoropopliteal arterial reconstructions for arteriosclerosis obliterans; factors influencing late patency.
- The use of plasmin for the intraoperative lysis of clots occurring during experimental arterial surgery.
- Clinical determination of fibrinolytic activity; an evaluation of some methods.
- The use of human fibrinolysin by aerosol in the treatment of the pulmonary hyaline membrane syndrome. Studies on the fibrinolytic system of normal premature babies and older children.
- Studies on patients with arteriosclerotic obliterative disease of the femoral artery.
- The use of human fibrinolysins in the lysis of arterial and venous thrombi.
- Replacement of venous defects by venous autografts.
- Experience with the use of human fibrinolysin.
- Effect of acute aortic insufficiency on the myocardium.
- Experiences with a low prime bubble oxygenator for cardiopulmonary bypass.
- Critical thrombolytic dosages of human fibrinolysin in the treatment of peritoneal adhesions. An experimental study.
- The challenge of mitral stenosis in men. A three to ten year follow-up study.
- Maffucci's syndrome (hemangiomatosis osteolytica): a report of four cases.
- Rapid culture for influenza virus, types A and B, in 96-well plates.
- Delayed treatment and late complications of a traumatic arteriovenous fistula.
- Comparison of elastic versus nonelastic compression in bilateral venous ulcers: a randomized trial.
- To heal and to serve: military medical education throughout the centuries.
- Recurrent leg varices and intrapelvic and extrapelvic venous connections: it's anatomy, my dear Watson!
- Primary chronic venous disorders.
- Congenital vascular malformations: historical background.
- The valvular anatomy of the iliac venous system and its clinical implications.
- Endovascular management of takayasu arteritis: is it a durable option?
- Deep venous thrombosis and pulmonary embolism.
- Diagnosis and treatment of venous malformations. Consensus document of the International Union of Phlebology (IUP)-2009.
- Primary lymphoedema and lymphatic malformation: are they the two sides of the same coin?
- Diagnosis and treatment of primary lymphedema. Consensus document of the International Union of Phlebology (IUP)-2009.
- Invited commentary.
- Diagnosis and treatment of primary lymphedema. Consensus document of the International Union of Phlebology (IUP)-2013.
- Leg ulcers of venous origin: From ancient to modern times.
- Acute vascular problems of children.
- Primary varicose veins of the upper extremity: a report of three cases.
- The crochet hook method of stab avulsion phlebectomy for varicose veins.
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