Dr. Patrick A Stone M.D.
Vascular Surgeon | Vascular Surgery3200 Maccorkle Ave Se Charleston WV, 25304
Dr. Patrick Stone is a vascular surgeon practicing in Charleston, WV. Dr. Stone specializes in disorders relating to the arterial, venous and lymphatic systems. As a vascular surgeon, Dr. Stone 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
West Virginia University School of Medicine 2000
Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine 1999
SurgeryAmerican Board of SurgeryABS
- Early postsurgical carotid restenosis: redo surgery versus angioplasty/stenting.
- Restenting for subclavian in-stent restenosis with symptomatic recurrent coronary-subclavian steal.
- Natural history of carotid artery occlusion contralateral to carotid endarterectomy.
- Factors influencing the need for target vessel revascularization after renal artery stenting.
- Injuries associated with pediatric liver trauma.
- Angioplasty and stenting versus carotid-subclavian bypass for the treatment of isolated subclavian artery disease.
- Use of an amplatzer vascular plug for transcatheter embolization of a renal arteriovenous fistula.
- The correlation of aortic neck length to early and late outcomes in endovascular aneurysm repair patients.
- Primary carotid artery stenting versus carotid artery stenting for postcarotid endarterectomy stenosis.
- Early and late clinical outcomes of endovascular aneurysm repair in patients with an angulated neck.
- Intervention for carotid artery stenosis in women.
- Carotid artery stenting outcomes are equivalent to carotid endarterectomy outcomes for patients with post-carotid endarterectomy stenosis.
- Clinical outcomes for hostile versus favorable aortic neck anatomy in endovascular aortic aneurysm repair using modular devices.
- Shunting during carotid endarterectomy.
- Critical analysis of renal duplex ultrasound parameters in detecting significant renal artery stenosis.
- Venous Insufficiency
- Cerebrovascular Disease
- Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (aaa)
- Aortic Aneurysm
- Peripheral Artery Disease (pad)
- Vascular Disease
- Charleston Area Medical Center/West Virginia University Program
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- Different Types of Aneurysms
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- What Is Varicose Vein Stripping?
A vein is a blood vessel that carries blood through your body. Varicose veins are one among a spectrum of chronic vein problems. It is common and can be found in up to 20% of the adult population. The severity of the condition varies and while varicose veins are responsible for significant...
- 5 Tips on Living with Varicose Veins
Varicose veins are bothersome and uncomfortable. Apart from being unattractive, varicose veins are associated with both physical and mental pain. High temperatures during the summer call for relaxed clothing, and varicose veins can prevent someone from living their life happily. Because age is one...
- Decubitus Ulcers or Pressure Ulcers: What Are They?
Decubitus ulcers or pressure ulcers, more commonly known as bedsores, are open wounds on your skin due to the prolonged pressure applied to the area. These ulcers occur mostly over the bony prominences such as the hips, tailbone, ankle, and heels. Bedsores are a frequent condition experienced by...
- Does Aneurysm Require Surgery?
An aneurysm is the formation of a bulge when the walls of the arteries weaken. It is an artificial condition that can remain undetected for years. If it ruptures, it could lead to many complications and, at times, even death. The following are a few figures concerning the deaths caused by different...
- How is Deep Vein Thrombosis Treated?
The formation of blood clots in one of the deep veins in the leg may not be entirely serious alone. However, if the clot breaks off and moves towards the heart and other organs, it may lead to complications. Blood clots in the leg may cause leg pain but may also not cause any symptoms at all....
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