Dr. Leonor Pabon Fernando MD Pathologist

Dr. Leonor Fernando is a pathologist in Sacramento, California. She is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Ronald Reagan University of California Los Angeles Medical Center and University of California, Davis Medical Center. She received her medical degree from Pontifical Xavierian University and has been in practice for 39 years. She is one of 104 doctors at Ronald Reagan University of California Los Angeles Medical Center and one of 19 at University of California, Davis Medical Center who specialize in Pathology.

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Specialty & Clinical Interests

Pathologist: General Pathology

Education & Medical Training

Coney Island Hospital
Residency, Internal Medicine, 1971 - 1972

Mount Sinai School of Medicine at Elmhurst
Residency, Internal Medicine, 1973 - 1974

Hospital Joint Diseases Orthopedic Institute
Internship, Transitional Year, 1970 - 1971

Pontifical Xavierian University
Class of 1967

Publications & Presentations

Exclusive use of acid citrate dextrose for anticoagulation during extracorporeal photopheresis in patients with contraindications to heparin: an effective protocol.
Nedelcu, E., Ziman, A., Fernando, L.P., Cook, K., Bumerts, P., Schiller, G.

Standardized protocol to identify high-risk patients undergoing therapeutic apheresis procedures.
Lu, Q., Nedelcu, E., Ziman, A., Bumerts, P., Fernando, L., Schiller, G.

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