Dr. Mazen Hashisho

Vascular Surgeon

Dr. Mazen Hashisho is a Vascular, general and thoracic Surgeon with triple board certification from the American Board of Surgery and American Board of Thoracic Surgery. He completed his residency from The University of Iowa Medical Center. Later, he completed his fellowship in the subspecialty of cardiothoracic surgery from Albert Einstein College of Medicine, followed by a vascular surgery fellowship from The Loma Linda University Medical Center. He also did a year fellowship in minimally invasive thoracic surgery.


Dr. Hashisho has extensive clinical and academic experience as he has performed his duties as a vascular, general, and thoracic surgeon in various clinical settings. He also has considerable clinical teaching experience and has contributed to several publications. Dr. Hashisho has extensive experience in open and minimally invasive vascular and thoracic procedures, including dialysis access treatment, peripheral arterial disease, venous insufficiency, carotid, and aneurysmal disease in addition to minimally invasive thoracic and abdominal surgery. His wide range of expertise in open, minimally invasive, and endovascular techniques makes him uniquely positioned to care for patients with complex surgical needs and valuable addition to Pedes Orange County.


Peer-reviewed Papers

  1. Acute renal artery stent thrombosis with a solitary functioning kidney.
    Joanne Torre, Mazen Hashisho, Cheng Lo, Eugene Mohan in Annals of
    Vascular Surgery (2010)
  2. Staged endovascular stent grafts for concurrent mobile/ulcerated thrombi
    of thoracic and abdominal aorta causing recurrent spontaneous distal
    embolization Journal of Vascular Surgery, Volume 47, Issue 1, Pages 193-
    196 W. Zhang, A. Abou-Zamzam, M. Hashisho, J. Killeen, C. Bianchi, T.
  3. Endovascular Strategy for Recanalization of Long-Segment Central Vein
    Occlusion With Concomitant Arteriovenous Fistula Creation
    RD Malgor, EA Wood, AP Gasparis, M Hashisho
    Annals of vascular surgery 26 (7), 1012. e17-1012. e20


Kernstine KH, McLaughlin K, Menda Y, Rossi NP, Kahn D, Bushnell DL, Hashisho MM, Graham MM, Brown KK, Madsen M. Can FDG PET reduce the need for mediastinoscopy (M) in potentially resectable non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) The Society of Thoracic Surgeons, New Orleans, January 29-31, 2001.