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Vascular and Interventional physician. Tweets are my own.
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Peder E. Horner, MD Interventional Physician Oct 3
Dr. made some great educational movies in the 60s that he would show at scientific meetings. In this opening segment, I noticed him fade the footage of Multnomah Falls (just west of Portland) into the gastroduodenal artery. Masterful !
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Robert Ryu Oct 1
File under “talk the talk, walk the walk”: and I are NOT using scores to select interview candidates for (fail scores excepted) I’m 💯 confident we will recruit great Who’s with us?
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Tino Pena Sep 28
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Zaeem Billah Sep 27
On tough nights, This NEVER fails to put a smile on my face. So to be pursuing my dream career.
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Sabeen Dhand Sep 25
Glad I was taught to always do prolonged!!
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Ken Lam Sep 23
What does it mean to be resilient??
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Athanasios Saratzis Sep 21
In this study we show that Supera & DESs (e.g. ZPTX or Eluvia) in the fem-pop segment have similar patency at 2 years, regardless of plaque Ca2+
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NEJM Sep 22
Anemia of inflammation is a common normocytic, normochromic anemia associated with systemic inflammation that increases the level of hepcidin and results in defective iron reuse from body stores. Reducing inflammation can help correct the defect.
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Sabeen Dhand Sep 22
Solid article showing the benefits of utilizing Supera, one of my favorite stents (when we need it, and especially in this era of )
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Michelle Shnayder Sep 15
Had an incredible experience at CIRSE 2019 learning from inspiring leaders in IR from all over the world. Here is my mentor Dr. Vatakencherry giving a presentation on practical career advice for your IRs.
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Robert Ryu Sep 14
And I'm putting $ where my mouth is: ALL trainees are invited to attend for FREE!
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Ken Lam Sep 14
Agree with your post 1000%
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Sabeen Dhand Sep 14
Replying to @rkryu @SIRspecialists
Couldn’t agree with your post any more! 👏🏽
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Ken Lam Sep 12
Here you go....
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Aesha Patel Aug 31
So thankful to have had the opportunity to spend a month learning from some of the best mentors in - . Thank you for the countless hours you spent teaching us. So sad to be leaving this amazing place, but excited for what’s next!
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John Moriarty Aug 20
Wings 2020: Feb 8th, Santa Monica
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Atul Gupta, MD Aug 23
Provocative keynote from Dr. Riad Salem but resonating with many physicians. "So-called evidence-based medicine is really not [that] 90% of the time"
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Gregg Khodorov, MBA Aug 23
Had so much fun presenting at LA Angioclub at the end of my time at Kaiser. Special shout out to and for their incredible mentorship during this clerkship. On to the next one! here I come.
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Society of Interventional Radiology Aug 12
This year, the Annual Meeting Committee and have launched an abstract review mentorship program to enable to participate in the abstract review process for with their program director. Learn more about "Trainees First".
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Gregg Khodorov, MBA Aug 11
Kaiser subinterns, interns, residents and fellows practicing “up and over” access for a case on a during morning conference.
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