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Dr. Richard H. Maley Jr.

Chairman of General Surgery Svs

St. Clair Hospital

HQ Phone: (412) 561-4900

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St. Clair Hospital

1000 Bower Hill Rd.

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15243

United States

Company Description

St. Clair Hospital is an independent national leader in quality and patient satisfaction. It is an acute care medical center with 2,300 employees and 550 physicians serving residents of western Pennsylvania. With 328 beds and five satellite locations, St. ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Growing Esophageal and Thoracic Institute at Peters Township Outpatient Center

Central Texas Surgical Associates

Co-Director of the Thoracic Surgery Division

AGH Gerald McGinnis Cardiovascular Institute

Thoracic Surgeon

UPMC

Affiliations

Board Member
St. Clair Hospital

Education

Hahnemann University School of Medicine

University of Kentucky Hospital

Cardiothoracic Surgery

University of Pittsburgh Medical Center University of Kentucky Hospital

For Healthcare Professionals

Drexel University College of Medicine

Jr. MD

MD

Web References (75 Total References)


St. Clair Hospital Staff, Author at Mt Lebanon Magazine

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Richard H. Maley, Jr., M.D. st. clair hospital


Pinpointing Cancer in the Far Reaches of the Lungs - Western Pennsylvania Guide to Good Health

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"I think this is the best technology that we have had to date to get a tissue diagnosis of these hard to reach spots," says Richard H. Maley, M.D., a board certified thoracic surgeon at St. Clair Hospital. "As far as diagnosing, this is state-of-the-art," he says, noting that the system provides an answer approximately 80 percent of the time.

On a recent afternoon in a Hospital operating room, Dr. Maley used the iLogic system to obtain a sample from a lymph node in the right lung of 63-year-old Donald Drew of Bridgeville.
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Lymph nodes in the chest, though, are not directly accessible via the windpipe, explains Dr. Maley. "So we're going to use the navaigational system to find the lymph node right outside of the windpipe. Once we find it, I'll use a needle in the catheter to stick it through the windpipe and into the lymph node and extract some cells for biopsy."
Using the iLogic system and a high resolution image of Donald's lungs and chest cavity, which earlier had been captured by a St. Clair CT Technologist using the Hospital's 64 Slice Computed Tomography (CT) Scanner, Dr. Maley steers the catheter toward the lymph node.
Once he collects a sample of the lymph node, it is placed on a sterile microscope slide and examined by a team from the Hospital's Pathology Department who quietly slip into the operating room during the procedure.
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Dr. Maley and fellow St. Clair Hospital physicians Mathew A. VanDeusen, M.D., Stephen G. Basheda, D.O. and Evan R. Restelli, D.O. are the first doctors to use the iLogic Inreach system in Pittsburgh.
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For more information on the iLogic Inreach system, you can reach Dr. Richard Maley at (412) 359-6137.


"I think this is the best ...

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"I think this is the best technology that we have had to date to get a tissue diagnosis of these hard to reach spots," says Richard H. Maley, M.D., a board certified thoracic surgeon at St. Clair Hospital. "As far as diagnosing, this is state-of-the-art," he says, noting that the system provides an answer approximately 80 percent of the time. On a recent afternoon in a Hospital operating room, Dr. Maley used the iLogic system to obtain a sample from a lymph node in the right lung of 63-year-old Donald Drew of Bridgeville.

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Lymph nodes in the chest, though, are not directly accessible via the windpipe, explains Dr. Maley. "So we're going to use the navaigational system to find the lymph node right outside of the windpipe. Once we find it, I'll use a needle in the catheter to stick it through the windpipe and into the lymph node and extract some cells for biopsy." Using the iLogic system and a high resolution image of Donald's lungs and chest cavity, which earlier had been captured by a St. Clair CT Technologist using the Hospital's 64 Slice Computed Tomography (CT) Scanner, Dr. Maley steers the catheter toward the lymph node. Once he collects a sample of the lymph node, it is placed on a sterile microscope slide and examined by a team from the Hospital's Pathology Department who quietly slip into the operating room during the procedure.
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Dr. Maley and fellow St. Clair Hospital physicians Mathew A. VanDeusen, M.D., Stephen G. Basheda, D.O. and Evan R. Restelli, D.O. are the first doctors to use the iLogic Inreach system in Pittsburgh.


St. Clair Hospital | Physician Directory Search

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Richard H. Maley, Jr., M.D.

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Richard Maley, Jr.


St. Clair Hospital | Surgical Services

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Bethel Park resident, David Brown, remembers how Thoracic Surgery performed by Richard H. Maley, Jr., M.D., a St. Clair surgeon, saved his life and cured his lung cancer.

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