Leigh A. Price, MD.

Department of Surgery,MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital Baltimore, USA.

Dr. Leigh Ann Price holds her Doctor of Medicine from the University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, Missouri. She serves as Medical Director of the National Burn Reconstruction Center at Med Star Good Samaritan Hospital. She is board certified in Plastic Surgery and specializes in wound care, cosmetic and plastic surgery, as well as acute and reconstructive surgery for the treatment of burns.

She attended medical school at the University of Missouri-Columbia, completed an internship and residency in general surgery at Baystate Medical Center and completed a fellowship in plastic surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital and the University of Maryland.

Dr. Price also sits on the committee for Angel Faces, an organization which helps women heal from severe burn scars that have changed their lives. In her many years as a healthcare provider, she has been recognized with several awards and honors. She was recently honored as Med Star Good Samaritan’s Over the Top Doctor for her outstanding patient care. She published many articles and also an Editorial board member of Journals like Journal of Burns and Wounds ePlasty and Journal of Pediatrics and Congenital Disorders.

Recent Articles

How To Avoid Flexion Contracture after Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: An Easy Trick to Perform in The Offic
New Agro-Technology (Intelligent Membrane Culture, Imec)
Day Case Ureteric Stent Replacement Under Local Anaesthesia in Both Sexes Using aFlexible Cystoscope and Fluoroscopic Guidance: A Surgical Technique
Duplication of the Gallbladder: A Rare Anomaly in the Surgical Practice Mostly Seenin Turkey; Review of the Literature and Report of a Case
Orofacial Space Infections in Systemically Compromised Individuals: A Case Series and Review of Literature https://doi.org/10.47829/COS/101001
Pyogenic Liver Abscess. Pet-Ct as a New Diagnostic Resource and Suction Drainageas an Effective Therapeutic Method
Comparison of the Treatment Outcome of the Traditional Liposuction [Tl] Technique Versusthe Combination of Vaser and Microaire [V&M] Technique for the Treatment of Lipedemaof the Arms. A Single Center Experience
Management and Outcomes of Adult Intestinal Obstruction in Cameroon: A Five-Year Retrospective Study in Two Hospitals
Autoimmune Haemolytic Anaemia and Anastomosing Haemangioma: A Possible Relationship
Female underrepresentation and higher mortality in AVR remains: Part 2 – TAVR
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