Dr. Thomas Reifsnyder M.D.
Vascular Surgeon | Vascular Surgery1800 Orleans St Baltimore MD, 21287
Before joining Johns Hopkins, Dr. Reifsnyder was a member of the teaching faculty at Western Pennsylvania Hospital as well as at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC), St. Margaret Hospit ...
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- Washington, DC-Baltimore-Northern Virginia Super Doctors 2011
- Johns Hopkins Department of Surgery Teacher of the year . 2007
- Johns Hopkins Department of Surgery Teacher of the year for junior re 2008
- Fellow American College of Surgeons
- Member Society of Vascular Surgery
- Member Society of Clinic Vascular Surgery
- Member Easter Vascular Society
- Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals 1990
- Southern Illinois University School of Medicine / Vascular Surgery 1999
- Medical College of Wisconsin / Vascular Surgery 1992
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- 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...
- 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....
- 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 are Varicose Veins Diagnosed?
Blood from body organs is transported to the heart via blood vessels, or veins. Organs use oxygen to function, and they discharge blood that has been used that contains waste products like carbon dioxide. The veins then take the blood to the heart and back to the lungs, where the carbon dioxide is...
- What Specialists Treat Varicose Veins?
Veins that are twisted, engorged and noticeable are referred as varicose veins. They normally form in the legs, although they can also develop anywhere on the body. This condition is frequent. The signs and symptoms of varicose veins are not many. Mild, skin ulcers and blood clots can arise from...
- Different Types of Aneurysms
What is an aneurysm?An aneurysm is the abnormal ballooning, widening, or bulging of a part of the artery usually caused by arterial wall weakness. When an aneurysm enlarges and ruptures, disastrous consequences, such as internal bleeding, usually happen.Aneurysms are usually found in the aorta (the...
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