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Spotters Set 35 – Interventional radiology wires and catheters!

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Interventional radiology wires and catheters

A nice lecture on Interventional Radiology instruments:

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  • We are preparing a blog on the basics of interventional radiology (IR) so that residents are aware of it before they chose it as a career option. Do take out some time and fill this questionnaire so that we know what are your queries and that will help make the blog better. Do share it with your radiology colleagues and friends so that we are able to answer maximum queries. Here is the questionnaire :

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I have completed medical school from KEM Hospital Mumbai and radiology residency from Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai. I am a board-certified radiologist in India.

I have also completed fellowships in body imaging from Mumbai and Ottawa and am currently pursuing a fellowship in cross-section imaging at McMaster University, Canada.

I have a passion for teaching and my area of interest is body imaging. I started the website, RadioGyan to share radiology resources and cases to help residents and radiologists.

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Dr. Amar Udare, MD

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2 thoughts on “Spotters Set 35 – Interventional radiology wires and catheters!”

  1. Steve Jones

    Great read! Interventional radiologists take imaging technology a step further by using it to treat certain diseases and conditions. These professionals create electronic maps to guide their instruments as they insert catheters, remove malignant tissue and perform other delicate procedures. This gentle approach allows patients to recover faster and with fewer complications.

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