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Karen Stout

KAREN STOUT, MD, FACC

Professor of Medicine
Director of Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program
Attending Physician, University of Washington Medical Center
 
 
University of Washington Medical Center
1959 NE Pacific Street Campus Box 356422
Seattle, WA 98195-6422
 
 
 
 

EDUCATION AND TRAINING

  • Adult Congenital Heart Disease, Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center-University of Washington, 2004
  • Fellow in Cardiology, University of Washington, 2003
  • Chief Resident in Internal Medicine, Oregon Health Sciences University, 2000
  • Residency in Internal Medicine, Oregon Health Sciences University, 1999
  • MD, University of Arizona, Tucson 1996
  • BA, BS, University of Arizona, Tucson 1992

  

BOARD CERTIFICATION

  • Board of Cardiovascular Diseases 2003
  • American Board of Internal Medicine, 2001
       

AREAS OF CLINICAL EXPERTISE

  • Echocardiography
  • Pregnancy and Heart Disease
  • Adult Congenital Heart Disease
       

CURRENT RESEARCH INTERESTS

 

 Selected Publications

 
 
Krieger EV, Valente AM, Landzberg MJ, Stout KK "Acute dyspnea in a young man with an old sternotomy." Congenital heart disease 2012 Sep-Oct ; 7; 5; E73-7
 
 
Mokadam NA, Stout KK, Verrier ED "Management of acute regurgitation in left-sided cardiac valves." Texas Heart Institute journal / from the Texas Heart Institute of St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital, Texas Children's Hospital 2011 ; 38; 1; 9-19
 
 
Sheehan FH, Kilner PJ, Sahn DJ, Stout KK, Ge S, Helbing WA, Lewin M, Shurman AJ, Buechel EV, Litt HI, Waiss MP "Accuracy of knowledge-based reconstruction for measurement of right ventricular volume and function in patients with tetralogy of Fallot." The American journal of cardiology 2010 Apr; 105; 7; 993-9
 
 
Stout KK "Left ventricular non-compaction–when are trabeculations excessive?" The American heart hospital journal 2010 Winter; 8; 2; E105-7
 
 
Stout KK, Pearlman AS "Where's the beef? A case of left ventricular hypertrophy that isn't." The American heart hospital journal 2009 Summer; 7; 1; 58-61