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Candidates must have completed their specialty training in Diagnostic Radiology. A solid background in Diagnostic Neuroradiology is an asset. This combined Clinical and Research fellowship is intended for the more mature candidate, who has already completed specialty training in Diagnostic Radiology, already completed fellowship in Diagnostic Neuroradiology and must have at least 6 months experience either as a fellow or as attending staff in Interventional Neuroradiology.
The clinical component of this combined fellowship is dedicated to the endovascular and percutaneous treatment of central nervous system vascular lesions and tumors, to the percutaneous treatment of spine conditions including vertebroplasty, nerve blocks, epidural blocks and biopsy. Naturally the interventional fellowship also includes interpretation of brain and spine imaging.
At the conclusion of the training the fellow should be able to function autonomously in the performance of diagnostic angiography and spine procedures. By the end of the fellowship the candidate should be familiar with the materials and devices available and used in the interventional procedures. Furthermore the candidate should be aware of the possible complications of the different endovascular procedures and of their management.
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The fellow must also become familiar with the most common medications used while the patients are admitted under the White Service care, their dosage and their side effects. The fellow is on call 9 days per month. The translations may include errors or change the intended meaning of the text.
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