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Dr. Bruce W. Cardone is a Radiologist, practicing with Vena – The Varicose Vein Institute in Wisconsin, which was founded in 2008. He graduated from the University of Turin in Italy, completed his general surgery residency at St. Francis Medical Center in Trenton, New Jersey, and his Diagnostic Radiology Residency at Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. He has fellowships in Ultrasound, CT, and MRI from the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, and he is a member of the American Medical Association, among many other professional societies. His position with Vena, credentials as a Registered Vascular Technologist and Registered Phlebology Sonographer, and his diplomacy of The American Board of Lymphatic & Venous Medicine deem Dr. Cardone specifically qualified to treat patients with Varicose Vein Disease. With his fellow physicians, he treats patients using the most up-to-date diagnostic and treatment services. Specialized expertise includes the utilization of laser and radiofrequency ablation techniques, microphlebectomy and sclerotherapy in the treatment of varicose vein disease. Dr. Cardone and his colleagues offer several minimally invasive services for varicose vein removal in order to maximize comfort.  Their goal is to achieve the best treatment experience possible for each patient, with the least risk.  An emphasis on patient education is key, promising effective treatment while working together throughout the process. For more information, visit https://www.findatopdoc.com/doctor/8132019-Bruce-Cardone-radiologist-Waukesha-Wisconsin-53188.

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