Dr. Troy Reyna
43 years experience male
born and raised in texas. college at united states military academy (west point). served in army for 21 years and retired as colonel. moved to las vegas as a private practice pediatric surgeon. after 18 years in vegas moved to southern california to work at CHOC. Have been a pediatric surgeon since 1989.
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United States: California
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Aug 16, 2013
I recommend you as a well know expert in your field. Dr Jakavick would recommend this Dr To all who seek their expertise.
Oct 18, 2012
I shared patients with Dr. Reyna while he was in Las Vegas. His technical and communication skills are excellent.
Sep 23, 2013
Known Dr Reyna for years and he is an outstanding and caring pediatric surgeon.
thanks dr. reyna. it just feels so strange...it happens 4-5 times a week...and can feel it literally right under my surgical scar....will keep a look out for he symptoms you mentioned.
This was very helpful. Thanks! I already suspected brain lateralization wasn't linked to organ orientation in situs inversus, but I liked getting confirmation. Thanks for your time!
Thank you, your answer was very helpful! I want to be tested for it, as a baby and now as an adult i would like a full body exam to find out if i truely have that disease.
Education & Training
Georgetown University School of Medicine, DC
Walter Reed Army Medical Center
Tripler Army Medical Center