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Thoracic Surgeons in Little Rock, AR

  • 21 Thoracic Surgeons found in Little Rock, Arkansas
  • None of these Thoracic Surgeons have disciplinary actions
  • Thoracic Surgeons in Little Rock, AR have practiced medicine for an average of 31 years.

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Thoracic Surgeons

Neighborhoods in Little Rock, AR
  • 65th Street West
  • Aberdeen Court
  • Andover Square
  • Bayonne Place
  • Birchwood
  • Boyle Park
  • Briarwood
  • Broadmoor
  • Capital Lakes Estates
  • Capital View
  • Capitol View - Stifft Station
  • Central High
  • Chenal Ridge
  • Chicot West I-30 South
  • Cloverdale Watson
  • College Terrace
  • Community Outreach
  • Crystal Valley
  • Curran - Conway
  • Downtown
  • DuQuesne Place
  • Gibraltar Heights
  • Granite Mountain
  • Heights
  • Hillcrest
  • Hillsborough
  • John Barrow
  • Macarthur Park
  • Margeaux Place
  • Midtown
  • O.U.R.
  • Oak Forest
  • Otter Creek
  • Otter Creek Crystal
  • Overlook
  • Prospect Terrace
  • Reservoir
  • River Mountain
  • River Ridge
  • River Valley
  • Robinwood
  • Rock Creek
  • Sherrill Heights
  • Spring Valley Manor
  • Upper Baseline
  • Wakefield
  • Walnut Valley
  • Walton Heights - Candlewood
  • West Baseline
  • West Markham
  • Westchester
  • Westwood
  • Westwood Pecan Lake
  • Windamere
  • Woodland Edge
  • Woodland Hills / Aspen Highland

Thoracic Surgery

A thoracic surgeon provides the operative, perioperative care, and critical care of patients with pathologic conditions within the chest. Included is the surgical care of coronary artery disease, cancers of the lung, esophagus and chest wall, abnormalities of the trachea, abnormalities of the great vessels and heart valves, congenital anomalies, tumors of the mediastinum, and diseases of the diaphragm. The management of the airway and injuries of the chest is within the scope of the specialty.
Thoracic surgeons have the knowledge, experience and technical skills to accurately diagnose, operate upon safely, and effectively manage patients with thoracic diseases of the chest. This requires substantial knowledge of cardiorespiratory physiology and oncology, as well as capability in the use of heart assist devices, management of abnormal heart rhythms and drainage of the chest cavity, respiratory support systems, endoscopy, and invasive and noninvasive diagnostic techniques. No Sub-Specialty.

Thoracic Surgeons

Neighborhoods in Little Rock, AR
  • 65th Street West
  • Aberdeen Court
  • Andover Square
  • Bayonne Place
  • Birchwood
  • Boyle Park
  • Briarwood
  • Broadmoor
  • Capital Lakes Estates
  • Capital View
  • Capitol View - Stifft Station
  • Central High
  • Chenal Ridge
  • Chicot West I-30 South
  • Cloverdale Watson
  • College Terrace
  • Community Outreach
  • Crystal Valley
  • Curran - Conway
  • Downtown
  • DuQuesne Place
  • Gibraltar Heights
  • Granite Mountain
  • Heights
  • Hillcrest
  • Hillsborough
  • John Barrow
  • Macarthur Park
  • Margeaux Place
  • Midtown
  • O.U.R.
  • Oak Forest
  • Otter Creek
  • Otter Creek Crystal
  • Overlook
  • Prospect Terrace
  • Reservoir
  • River Mountain
  • River Ridge
  • River Valley
  • Robinwood
  • Rock Creek
  • Sherrill Heights
  • Spring Valley Manor
  • Upper Baseline
  • Wakefield
  • Walnut Valley
  • Walton Heights - Candlewood
  • West Baseline
  • West Markham
  • Westchester
  • Westwood
  • Westwood Pecan Lake
  • Windamere
  • Woodland Edge
  • Woodland Hills / Aspen Highland

Thoracic Surgery

A thoracic surgeon provides the operative, perioperative care, and critical care of patients with pathologic conditions within the chest. Included is the surgical care of coronary artery disease, cancers of the lung, esophagus and chest wall, abnormalities of the trachea, abnormalities of the great vessels and heart valves, congenital anomalies, tumors of the mediastinum, and diseases of the diaphragm. The management of the airway and injuries of the chest is within the scope of the specialty.
Thoracic surgeons have the knowledge, experience and technical skills to accurately diagnose, operate upon safely, and effectively manage patients with thoracic diseases of the chest. This requires substantial knowledge of cardiorespiratory physiology and oncology, as well as capability in the use of heart assist devices, management of abnormal heart rhythms and drainage of the chest cavity, respiratory support systems, endoscopy, and invasive and noninvasive diagnostic techniques. No Sub-Specialty.