Ronald Peshock, MD, Cardiology, Dallas, TX, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

RonaldMichaelPeshockMD

Cardiology Dallas, TX

Adult Congenital Heart Disease, Cardiothoracic Imaging

Professor, Radiology, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Southwestern Medical School

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Summary

  • Dr. Ronald Peshock is a cardiologist in Dallas, TX and is affiliated with University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. He received his medical degree from University of Texas Southwestern Medical School and has been in practice 41 years. He specializes in adult congenital heart disease and cardiothoracic imaging and is experienced in cardiac ct / mri, advanced cardiac imaging, and x-ray computed tomography.

Education & Training

  • University of Texas Southwestern - Parkland Health & Hospital SystemResidency, Internal Medicine, 1976 - 1979
  • University of Texas Southwestern Medical School
    University of Texas Southwestern Medical SchoolClass of 1976

Certifications & Licensure

  • TX State Medical License
    TX State Medical License 1976 - 2021
  • American Board of Internal Medicine Internal Medicine
  • American Board of Internal Medicine Cardiovascular Disease
  • American Board of Preventive Medicine Clinical Informatics

Awards, Honors, & Recognition

  • Fellow (FACC) American College of Cardiology

Publications & Presentations

PubMed

Press Mentions

  • Even Small Weight Gain Is Bad for the Heart
    Even Small Weight Gain Is Bad for the HeartJuly 19th, 2017
  • Hypertension in Young Adults Shows Long-Term Heart Risks
    Hypertension in Young Adults Shows Long-Term Heart RisksMay 19th, 2017
  • Major Artery More Rigid in African-Americans, Which May Explain High Rates of Hypertension and Heart Disease
    Major Artery More Rigid in African-Americans, Which May Explain High Rates of Hypertension and Heart DiseaseNovember 10th, 2016
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