Los Angeles General Surgeon
301 W. Huntington Drive, Suite #519
Arcadia, California 91007 US
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Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Surgery - General and American Board of Surgery - Vascular

Memberships

Fellow, American College of Surgeons (FACS)

Education

  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    University of Manitoba
    Winnipeg, Canada
    Graduate: MS in Surgical Infections Disease, University of Minnesota
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Residency: General Surgery, University of Southern California, 1999

    Fellowships:
    Surgical Infections Disease, University of Minnesota
    Vascular Surgery, Rush-Presbyterian Medical Center
    Endovascular, Stanford University

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The Left Vein on my Neck Becomes Visible when I Am Talking, Can it Be Removed? (photo)

You have a mildly prominent external jugular vein that is visible when you speak. Pick a favorite female singer and watch them hit the high notes. All... READ MORE

I Get Vericose Veins from Pregnancies. Should I Wait to Repair Veins Until I Am All Done Having Children?

It is commonly thought that a patient should wait until all children are borne before proceeding with treatment for venous insufficiency, commonly... READ MORE

Lipoma Removal Options

Very small lipomata can be removed as described through a "punch biopsy" size hole as they can be expressed through it with pressure.... READ MORE

Do Compression Stockings Help Prevent Varicose Veins?

Compression stockings help with varicose veins when they are worn by the patient, but not after they are removed. They act by compressing the valves... READ MORE

Are Procedures to Remove Vericose Veins Covered by Most Insurance Providers?

Like most questions on this site, it depends. Chronic venous insufficiency, of which varicose veins are one consequence, is the most common disease in... READ MORE

Which Vein Therapy Is Best?

I have performed over 2500 VNUS Closure procedures and find that, although not infallible, the procedure releives 90% of symptoms in 90% of patients.... READ MORE

If Polidocanol in Not FDA Approved, How Can It Be Used in the U.S.?

Asclera (Piloocanol) was recently approverd for use in the US after a long patent fight. It was used frequently in the 60's and 70's... READ MORE

Before and After Photos by Dr. Kronson

Jeffrey W. Kronson, MD has shared 1 before and after picture with 38 helpful votes from the RealSelf community.

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Practicing for 10 year.
Board Certifications
Board-certified by the American Board of Surgery - General and American Board of Surgery - Vascular
Memberships
Fellow, American College of Surgeons (FACS)
Education
  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    University of Manitoba
    Winnipeg, Canada
    Graduate: MS in Surgical Infections Disease, University of Minnesota
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Residency: General Surgery, University of Southern California, 1999

    Fellowships:
    Surgical Infections Disease, University of Minnesota
    Vascular Surgery, Rush-Presbyterian Medical Center
    Endovascular, Stanford University

Before and After Photos




The Left Vein on my Neck Becomes Visible when I Am Talking, Can it Be Removed? (photo)

You have a mildly prominent external jugular vein that is visible when you speak. Pick a favorite female singer and watch them hit the high notes. All... READ MORE

I Get Vericose Veins from Pregnancies. Should I Wait to Repair Veins Until I Am All Done Having Children?

It is commonly thought that a patient should wait until all children are borne before proceeding with treatment for venous insufficiency, commonly... READ MORE

Lipoma Removal Options

Very small lipomata can be removed as described through a "punch biopsy" size hole as they can be expressed through it with pressure.... READ MORE

Do Compression Stockings Help Prevent Varicose Veins?

Compression stockings help with varicose veins when they are worn by the patient, but not after they are removed. They act by compressing the valves... READ MORE

Are Procedures to Remove Vericose Veins Covered by Most Insurance Providers?

Like most questions on this site, it depends. Chronic venous insufficiency, of which varicose veins are one consequence, is the most common disease in... READ MORE

Which Vein Therapy Is Best?

I have performed over 2500 VNUS Closure procedures and find that, although not infallible, the procedure releives 90% of symptoms in 90% of patients.... READ MORE

If Polidocanol in Not FDA Approved, How Can It Be Used in the U.S.?

Asclera (Piloocanol) was recently approverd for use in the US after a long patent fight. It was used frequently in the 60's and 70's... READ MORE

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