Leigh Ann O'Banion, MD

Title(s)Assistant Professor, Dean's Office
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    Leigh Ann O'Banion, MD
    Assistant Clinical Professor, Surgery

    Leigh Ann O’Banion, MD, is an Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Surgery, at the University of California San Francisco Fresno, UCSF Fresno Center for Medical Education and Research.

    Dr. O’Banion received her undergraduate degree in Biologic Sciences from Louisiana State University and her medical degree from the Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans. She completed her general surgery residency at UCSF Fresno Medical Education Program, Fresno, California. Subsequently, she completed her Vascular Fellowship at UCSF Fresno. Dr. O’Banion is board certified by the American Board of Surgery.

    Dr. O’Banion has been a faculty member in the Department of Surgery since 2017. Her clinical and didactic teaching involves educating, lecturing, mentoring and supervising medical students and residents that rotate on the vascular surgery service. Students include a wide variety of educational levels, including medical students and general surgery residents. She also provides hands-on instructions to residents at UCSF Fresno’s Surgical Skills Lab. Dr. O’Banion’s focus includes vascular surgery, vascular trauma, and limb salvage.

    Dr. O’Banion served five years on the Graduate Medical Education Committee during her time as a student at UCSF Fresno. She is a member of the Society of Vascular Surgery and the American College of Surgeons. She has attended numerous symposiums and regional presentations.

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    1. O'Banion L, Wu B, Eichler C, Reilly L, Conte M, Hiramoto J.Cryopreserved Saphenous Vein: Last Ditch Conduit for Limb Salvage?. Journal of Vascular Surgery. 2017; 3(66):844-849.
    2. O'Banion LA, Wu B, Eichler CM, Reilly LM, Conte MS, Hiramoto JS. Cryopreserved saphenous vein as a last-ditch conduit for limb salvage. J Vasc Surg. 2017 09; 66(3):844-849. PMID: 28502546.
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    3. O'Banion LA, Van Buren D, Davis JW. Radiocephalic fistulas for hemodialysis: a comparison of techniques. Am Surg. 2015 Apr; 81(4):341-4. PMID: 25831177.
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    4. Shackford SR, Kahl JE, Calvo RY, Shackford MC, Danos LA, Davis JW, Vercruysse GA, Feliciano DV, Moore EE, Moore HB, Knudson MM, Howard BM, Sise MJ, Coimbra RS, Costantini TW, Brakenridge SC, Tominaga GT, Schaffer KB, Steele JT, Kennedy FR, Cogbill TH. Limb salvage after complex repairs of extremity arterial injuries is independent of surgical specialty training. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2013 Mar; 74(3):716-23; discussion 723-4. PMID: 23425727.
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    5. Bilello J, McCray V, Davis J, Jackson L, Danos LA. Acute ethanol intoxication and the trauma patient: hemodynamic pitfalls. World J Surg. 2011 Sep; 35(9):2149-53. PMID: 21748516.
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