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Vascular / Interventional Radiology Fellowship, Royal Oak

Curriculum

The majority of the fellowship training is provided in the Angiography suites.

Rotations

  • curriculum includes rotations through the Imaging Interventional service to gain experience with image-guided biopsy and drainage
  • rotation in the Imaging Division provides experience with performing and interpreting magnetic resonance angiography and CT angiography
  • rotation through the institution's Vascular Lab provides experience with non-invasive ultrasound evaluation of patients with vascular disease
  • a dedicated research rotation is also provided

Didactics

The training program provides a variety of didactic teaching experiences for the trainee. Clinical teaching occurs during procedures and at the alternators during read-out sessions. A weekly Division conference as well as monthly morbidity/mortality conferences are held. An Interventional Radiology lecture series occurs throughout the year with one or two lectures given each month.

The trainee participates in a variety of multidisciplinary conferences, including a monthly Vascular Surgery conference and Endovascular conference.

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(no ACGME Accreditation)


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