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Jeffrey F. B. Chick, MD, MPH Feb 20
Lymphatic plastic bronchitis, or the expectoration or branching bronchial casts, was ongoing for three miserable years after seeing 17 specialists, but ended today thanks to . Find an Interventional Radiologist for rare and complex lymphatic disorders.
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I’m so surprised that in 2020 we still have a notion of not being a primary speciality providing cutting edge care 24/7/365. Its time to change the viewpoint.. doesn’t ever shy away from any care the patients ever need without worrying about time or day.
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Monnie Wasse MD, MPH 37m
Dr. Abigail Falk, , councilor, and Gerald Beathard Awardee, delivers the Gerald Beathard State of the Art Lecture while Dr. Beathard looks on! Superb talk at .
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Ω†Ψ§Ψ΅Ψ± Ψ§Ω„Ψ£Ψ³Ω…Ψ±ΩŠ Nasser Alasmari Feb 15
Iatrogenic Arterivenous fistula managed by thru a . Support and Collaboration with Other specialties is our
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Rip Patwary, MD 4m
Chronic mesenteric patient w: postprandial periumbilical pain; weight loss; food-fear; nausea; 6 ED visits in 1 year. Complete resolution of symptoms, tolerating diet 1 day after chronic occlusion & stenting!
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Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology Feb 20
Replying to @MIRimaging
For Interventional Radiology, we have: πŸ”Ή Abigail Mills, MD, from Indianapolis, Indiana πŸ”Ή G. Lance White, MD, from Highlands Ranch, Colorado
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Abhishek Kumar M.D. 2h
MARK YOUR CALENDARS. The next ECS webinar is on February 26, 8pm ET. will be discussing Lymphatic Interventions. You don’t want to miss this!
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Jeffrey F. B. Chick, MD, MPH 3h
Three dimensional targeting and embolization for chylothorax by Interventional Radiology after lobectomy. 1.4-2.3% incidence of chylothorax after lung resection. Find an for the most complex medical ailments.
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Adam Swersky Feb 21
From the Public Relations and Communications Committee (): The Medical Student’s Guide to Consulting Interventional Radiology Excellent work by Kyle Maughan, MS4 at (1 / 3)
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Osman Ahmed Feb 19
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Kumar Madassery Feb 14
Couldn’t have asked for a better turnout for our Midwest Angio Club event downtown! Over 100 strong learning from each other.
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Robert Ryu Feb 13
Pro tip for trainees: your critical thinking/consultation skills will really impress your IR attending when you tell him/her why we should NOT intervene. 10 β€œyes” reasons can (and often should) be negated by a single β€œno.”
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Osman Ahmed 2h
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Atlanta AVIR Feb 15
Thanks to , Janice Newsome, MD, for the great presentation on Post Partum Hemorrhage and the treatment options, including embolization by an
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Scott Fujimoto 20h
GEST travel scholarship case competition is officially open! 5 scholarships worth over $1000 up for grabs! See my for full details!
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Keith Pereira MD, #IRad #InterventionalSpecialist 32m
Beautiful case and demonstration! noticed the exact same thing on one recently!
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James Katrivesis, MD Feb 18
Early experience with FlowTriever. Saddle PE came out in like one long piece wow!
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The British Society of Interventional Radiology Feb 18
Good morning ! Who doesn’t love a successful lower GI bleed embolization?It’s an amazing privilege to be able to save a life and see the difference immediately! Hands up who still finds embolizations and draining pus still the most satisfying of procedures πŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™€οΈ
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The Royal College of Radiologists Feb 18
We are excited to unveil our new curricula for clinical and interventional , which replace granular training requirements with high-level learning outcomes to ensure new consultants have the broad skills they need for day-one practice:
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AJ Gunn Feb 20
Solitary area of metastatic to the liver in a difficult location at the dome treated by interventional radiology () with image-guided ablation using probes. Follow up imaging shows the cancer is treated and the is doing great.
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