Haig Aharonian, MD

Title(s)Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine (Practitioner)
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    Dr. Aharonian’s areas of interest include preventative care and patient wellness. He believes strongly that building a good patient-doctor partnership can help patients to become well and stay well, using a multi-disciplinary approach to care. His ultimate goal is to provide outstanding care in order to help patients maintain good health and to avoid preventable complications of chronic diseases.

    Dr. Aharonian completed his medical education at the Keck School of Medicine of USC in 2011. Upon completion of medical school, he began his residency in Internal Medicine at the LAC+USC Medical Center, which he completed in 2014.

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    1. Leung FW, Harker JO, Jackson G, Okamoto KE, Behbahani OM, Jamgotchian NJ, Aharonian HS, Guth PH, Mann SK, Leung JW. A proof-of-principle, prospective, randomized, controlled trial demonstrating improved outcomes in scheduled unsedated colonoscopy by the water method. Gastrointest Endosc. 2010 Oct; 72(4):693-700. PMID: 20619405.
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    2. Leung FW, Aharonian HS, Leung JW, Guth PH, Jackson G. Impact of a novel water method on scheduled unsedated colonoscopy in U.S. veterans. Gastrointest Endosc. 2009 Mar; 69(3 Pt 1):546-50. PMID: 19231497.
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    3. Leung FW, Aharonian HS, Guth PH, Chu SK, Nguyen BD, Simpson P. Involvement of trainees in routine unsedated colonoscopy: review of a pilot experience. Gastrointest Endosc. 2008 Apr; 67(4):718-22. PMID: 18374030.
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    4. Gelb AF, Schein A, Nussbaum E, Shinar CM, Aelony Y, Aharonian H, Zamel N. Risk factors for near-fatal asthma. Chest. 2004 Oct; 126(4):1138-46. PMID: 15486375.
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