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Mordecai N Klein, MD, FACC

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Mordecai N Klein, MD, FACC

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About Mordecai N Klein, MD, FACC

Dr. Klein began practicing cardiology in 1991, and since 2005, has been practicing at The Medical Center of Plano (TMCP). He is also available to do procedures at Baylor Heart Hospital in Plano. In 2010, he began offering services for the treatment of varicose veins and has since become a member of The American College of Phlebology. He is presently Director of Interventional Cardiology at TMCP. Follow Mordecai Klein on Google+

What Is A Cardiologist?

A cardiologist is a doctor who specializes in preventing, diagnosing and treating disorders of the heart.

The training required to become a cardiologist is quite rigorous. Students are required to complete four years of undergraduate school, four years of medical school, three years of residency, three years of a fellowship and two additional years if one wants to become

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My Leg Hurts – Do I Have PAD?

Do you have leg pain? Do you experience cramping in your calves with walking?  Do you have a sore on your lower leg or foot that isn’t healing?  Then you may have PAD and not know it!

Most people are familiar with the signs and symptoms of heart disease. Heart disease’s less-known sibling, Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD), is hardening of

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Have I Got a CT Scan for You!

Have you heard about the new Coronary CT Angiography?  This is the most exciting advancement in cardiac imaging to date.  Coronary CT (Compute Tomography) Angiography is an exciting non-invasive technology which can help patients and their doctors to diagnose cardiovascular problems early and comfortably.  Earlier detection leads to earlier treatment.  Earlier treatment usually means “easier” and

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Do I Need Antibiotics?

From time to time, changes in accepted medical practice occur. Here is an example of such a change. As a cardiologist in Plano TX, many of my patients have valvular heart disease. Frequently the problem is a mild one, either mild narrowing or mild leakage of a valve. While such minor conditions rarely affected peoples’ day to day

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Putting Heart Attack Patients On Ice To Save Lives In Plano TX

Tracy Kornet
PLANO (CBS 11 / TXA21)CBS News

When someone has a heart attack the first thing medical professionals do is fight to save the heart. But that’s only half the battle. Now a North Texas doctor has created a new system that is giving patients a better chance at regaining their normal lives after nearly losing them. Looking at 41-year-old Julie

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Daughter’s Birth Breaks Mom’s Heart – Literally

by JANET ST. JAMESPLANO — Parents often joke that their kids give them a heart attack. But for some new and expectant mothers, it’s no joke.
A North Texas couple is bringing attention to a rare, but known heart complication of pregnancy.
When Kariana Karhu was born in late December, her mother’s heart filled with pride and love. Two weeks later, Suzanne

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Karhu Family Story

The Karhu family were special guests at a patient reunion celebration on February 3rd. New mom, Suzanne, suffered a heart attack two weeks after giving birth to baby girl, Kariana. The cause was a rare complication known as coronary artery dissection. Pictured here with Cardiologist, Dr. Mordecai Klein, who diagnosed the life threatening condition upon arrival in the emergency room. It a wonderful survival story

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Cutting Edge: Removing Varicose Veins

Diane Sawyer on Good Morning America covers a new procedure that can remove the dreadful varicose veins in 15 minutes.

Varicose veins are swollen, twisted, and sometimes painful veins that have filled with an abnormal collection of blood. Symptoms include fullness, heaviness, aching, and sometimes pain in the legs.

Watch the video

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