Richard B. Stacey
Assistant Professor, Cardiology
Academic: 716 | Department: 336-713-4756
Stacey RB, Haag J, Hall ME, McLeod G, Upadhya B, Hundley WG, Thohan V. Mitral regurgitation in left ventricular noncompaction cardiomyopathy assessed by cardiac MRI. J Heart Valve Dis. 2014;23(5):591-597.
Eckman DM, Stacey RB, Rowe R, D'Agostino R Jr, Kock ND, Sane DC, Torti FM, Yeboah J, Workman S, Lane KS, Hundley WG. Weekly doxorubicin increases coronary arteriolar wall and adventitial thickness
. PLoS One. 2013;8(2):e57554.
Hall ME, Brinkley TE, Morgan T, Hamilton CA, Jordan JH, Stacey RB, Chugtai H, Soots S, Little WC, Hundley WG. Ectopic fat is associated with gender-specific reductions in left ventricular myocardial perfusion index during dobutamine stress [abstract]. Circulation. 2013;128(22 Suppl):A17990.
Stacey RB, Kock ND, D'Agostino RB Jr, Torti FM, Eckman DM, Sane DC, Workman S, Lane KS, Hundley WG. Doxorubicin associated changes in coronary artery histology [abstract]. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2011;57(14 Suppl 1):E1591.
Twomley K, D'Agostino R Jr, Lawrence J, Melin S, Ellis LR, Stacey B, Hamilton CA, Torti F, Little W, Hundley W. Early and persistent evidence of subclinical cardiovascular injury after receipt of anthracycline chemotherapy [abstract]. Circulation. 2010;122(21 Suppl):A12766.
Stacey RB, Bertoni AG, Eng J, Bluemke DA, Hundley WG, Herrington DM. Modification of the effect of glycemic status on aortic distensibility by age in the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis [abstract]. Circulation. 2008;118(18 Suppl 2):S1094-1095.
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Assistant Professor, Cardiology
Epidemiology, Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Cardiology (clinical), Echocardiography, Cardiovascular Disease Preventions and Genetics
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good dr. good practice..
I'm very pleased and satisfied with my Dr. I like his mannerism in the way he explains my prognosis and follow up treatment.
Loved the dr.
Had been with previous cardiologist for 10 years. Overall care *Dr. Stacey gave me far exceeded my previous cardiologist.
Everything was fine.
*Dr. Stacy ALWAYS writes his phone number in BIG LETTERS on my papers every time I go to him in case I need him.
We continue to drive 2 hours to see Dr. Stacey. He is a GREAT cardiologist.... Really listens and cares
DR.STACY HAS BEEN WONDERFUL TO ME, HE HAS BEEN PATIENT, HE KNOWS I WAS SCARED AND HE TOOK TIME TO MAKE SURE I UNDERSTOOD EVERYTHING HE WAS DOING.
This was my first meeting with *Dr. Stacey. I had been very impressed by the experience knowledge, and extra services provided by my previous cardiologist. Any new physician would suffer by comparison. My impression is that *Dr. Stacey is an excellent cardiologist. It will take me several visits to adjust to his style.
*Dr. Stacey MD very nice. Answered my question very respectful.