John Hogg MD
Radiologist | Diagnostic Radiology10900 Stonelake Blvd Suite 250 Austin TX, 78759
Dr. John Hogg is a radiologist practicing in Austin, TX. Dr. Hogg specializes in diagnosing and treating injuries and diseases using medical imaging techniques such as X-Rays, magnetic resonance imaging and computed tomography exams. These techniques offer accurate visibility to the inside of the patients body and help to detect otherwise hidden illnesses so that they can be treated quickly and efficiently.
Education and Training
Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas M.D.
Baylor/Southern Methodist University BBA – Accounting/Finance
RadiologyAmerican Board of RadiologyABR
- Community Leadership University of Texas/Austin
- Citizen of the Year Westlake Chamber of Commerce
- Person of the Year Human Rights Foundation
- Past Board President Hispanic Scholarship Consortium
- Past Board Char People’s Community Clinic Foundation
- Past Board chair Emergency Services District 9 Travis County
- Leg Veins
- Venous Closure
- Venous Ablation
- Varicose Veins
- Greater Saphenous Vein
- Venous Ulcers
- Leg Swelling
- Leg Discoloration
- Leg Hyperpigmentation
- Leg Pain
- Restless Leg Syndrome
- Spider Veins
- Professional Member American College of Phlebology
- Professional Member American Board of Radiology
- Professional Member Radiological Association of North America
- Professional Member Travis County Medical Society
- Professional Member Texas Medical Association
- Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia Diagnostic Radiology
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- What Is an X-Ray?
An X-ray is a type of electromagnetic radiation, which can be used to take digital images of parts of the human body. It is the same with visible light but has a certain different characteristic. The beneficial use of an X-ray is for medical imaging. It can help the physician to look inside your...
- What to Expect After a Biopsy
Biopsies may vary differently depending on the type and location of the tissues and how hard are they to obtain. The medical term used to describe such method is “invasiveness.” A less invasive procedure will, for example, take place in a doctor’s office the same day an abnormal tissue is...
- How to Prepare for a Biopsy
A biopsy procedure is a very important procedure, which is used to identify the underlying cause of your abnormal body tissues. Depending on your condition and the location of the tissue abnormality, different types of biopsies may be performed on you. A biopsy preparation, therefore, depends on...
- What is Compartment Syndrome?
Compartment syndrome refers to the excessive buildup of pressure within the muscle compartments of the body. This will affect the functioning of the nerves and lead to cell death based on the intensity and duration of the pressure built up. Bleeding and inflammation after an injury usually leads to...
- Reasons Why You Need a Biopsy
OverviewA biopsy is a procedure that involves the removal of a sample tissue in the body to examine it closely under a microscope. The tissue is mainly examined to diagnose a certain disease. Some may use a needle or surgical methods to remove any lumps or suspicious nodules in the body. Some...
- Everything You Need to Know About X-Rays
What is an X-ray procedure?An X-ray is a quick diagnostic procedure to see the insides of your body. It is an essential tool used to diagnose many health conditions. It involves passing a very tiny burst of invisible electromagnetic radiation to a part of your body or your whole body and capturing...
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