Clinical requirement in Vascular Imaging
Date: 10th March 2019
Time: Session 1 – 8:30 am to 10:30 am, Session 2 – 11 am to 1pm
Venue: Columbia Asia Referral Hospital, Yeshwanthpur, Bangalore
Clinical lead: Dr. Krishna Chaitanya
Radiological lead: Dr. Madhukumar
Columbia Asia Radiology group had organized a Seminar on “Clinical Requirement in Vascular Imaging” on the 10th of March at Columbia Asia Hospital – Yeshwanthpur. It was headed by Clinical lead Dr. Krishna Chaitanya and Radiology lead Dr. Madhukumar.
The seminar comprised of presentations by Dr. Praveen Wali and Dr. Ashwini C.
The event covered insights on doppler, CT and MRI evaluation of the arterial and venous system.
Vascular diseases are responsible for more morbidity and mortality than any other type of diseases. This morbidity and mortality may be due to vessel disease itself or an organ disease secondarily involving blood vessels causing endarteritis or Hepatocellular carcinoma infiltrating into the portal or hepatic veins.
Imaging plays a vital role in the diagnosis of the vascular disease, and organ damage, to provide a road map for treatment, to follow up after the treatment and for prognostication. The patient needs to be dealt with proper care and given adequate guidance and treatment. Dr. Krishna has given his perspective on vascular imaging and what needs to be addressed in radiology reporting.
The seminar was attended by Radiology consultants and Post Graduate students of Columbia Asia Hospital.