William D Turnipseed, MD, FACS
- Division of Vascular Surgery
600 HIGHLAND AVE
BX3236 CLINICAL SCIENCE CNTR-H4
MADISON, WI 53792-3284
- MD, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, 1969
- Internship and Residency, NIH Academic Trainee, Ohio State University Hospitals, Columbus, OH, 1969-1974
- Fellowship, Peripheral Vascular Surgery, Ohio State University College of Medicine, Columbus, OH, 1974-1975
Dr. Turnipseed is certified by the American Board of Surgery, with a certificate of added qualifications in vascular surgery. He was the chief of the Peripheral Vascular Surgery service at UW Hospital and Clinics. His clinical specialties include less invasive aortic surgical techniques, diagnosis and management of cerebrovascular disease, clinical applications of magnetic resonance imaging, venous surgery, diagnosis and management of thoracic outlet syndrome, and management of athletic overuse injury, such as chronic compartment syndrome.
Dr. Turnipseed is the director of noninvasive peripheral vascular diagnostic facilities at UW Hospital and West Side Clinics.
Dr. Turnipseed provides a wide range of services including Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) Repair – Endovascular, Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) Repair – Open, Amputation, Carotid Endartecotomy, Compartment Syndrome Treatments, Extended Efforts in Limb Salvage, Peripheral Artery Bypass, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Treatment, Varicose Vein Treatment.
Dr. Turnipseed has research interests in the development of less invasive surgical techniques for treatment of complex aortic and visceral branch arterial disease, the prevention of stroke, and the development of a Vascular and Cardiac Disease Center.
- Chronic compartment syndrome secondary to venous hypertension: fasciectomy for symptom relief.
- Engelbert TL, Turnipseed WD
- Ann Vasc Surg 2014 Oct; 28(7): 1798.e11-4
- [PubMed ID: 24911798]
- The social media: its impact on a vascular surgery practice.
- Turnipseed WD
- Vasc Endovascular Surg 2013 Apr; 47(3): 169-71
- [PubMed ID: 23427284]
- Foot claudication with plantar flexion as a result of dorsalis pedis artery impingement in an Irish dancer.
- Smith BK, Engelbert T, Turnipseed WD
- J. Vasc. Surg. 2013 Jul; 58(1): 212-4
- [PubMed ID: 23352357]
- Popliteal entrapment in runners.
- Turnipseed WD
- Clin Sports Med 2012 Apr; 31(2): 321-8
- [PubMed ID: 22341020]
- Industrial relations with academic health care and professional medical associations: what's all the fuss? Who cares anyway?
- Turnipseed W
- Surgery 2010 Oct; 148(4): 613-7
- [PubMed ID: 20797744]