Reference Value of Lower Limb Arteries in Saudi Population utilizing Ct Angiography

1,2Abdullah S. Mirza 1King Saud Medical City, 2King Saud University Introduction(s): CT angiography is a non-invasive diagnostic tool for vascular evaluation. It is a very useful tool for peripheral arterial disease diagnosis and planning the appropriate intervention. This study is to evaluate the pelvic and lower limb arterial diameter of a healthy Saudi population. Material(s)…

The Diagnostic Value of Tirads System for Classification of Thyroid Nodules in Correlation with Fine-Needle Aspiration (Fna): A Single-Center Experience

1Ali Aldhebaib, 1Yosef Alzahrani, 1 Gharam Meshal Alotaibi, Alaa Alangry, 1 Weam Alqahtani, 1 Aisha Mubarki, 1 Rana Oqailan 1King Abdulaziz Medical City, Riyadh Introduction(s): There are many types of thyroid tumors, including benign thyroid tumors, and there are also malignant tumors. Nowadays, doctors prefer to use ultrasound imaging in the diagnosis stage of thyroid…

Assessment of Medical Doctors’ Awareness of Radiation Exposure in Selected Diagnostic Radiology Centers in Mogadishu, Somalia.

1Ahmed Adam Osman Background(s): Radiation protection in medicine has its own set of challenges and is an important part of medical practice. Radiation is used in medicine all around the world, from big cities to little clinics. The purpose of medical Radiation exposure is not to offer the smallest amount possible, but to deliver the…

Isolated Mesenteric and Portal Vein Thrombosis in Covid-19 Pandemic Period

1Eui Yong Jeon 1Sheikh Khalifa Specialty Hospital Introduction(s): Isolated mesenteric and portal vein thrombosis is caused in various conditions and oral contraceptive and clomiphene induced thrombosis is very rare. The thrombotic event became more common in COVID-19 pandemic period, and we found 2 cases related to COVID-19 infection and vaccination and medication of oral contraceptive…

Initiating an Interventional Radiology Unit: Initial Systematic Planning based on Standard Planning Models Affects the Long-Term Quality of Services

1Ashish Verma,1Pramod Kumar Singh, 1Ram Chandra Shukla, 1Mohammad Sharoon Ansari, 1Manish Indal, 1Jyoti Dangwal, 1Harsh Anand Singh 1Department of Radiodiagnosis and Imaging, Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University Background: Interventional radiology (IR) services are now quint-essential to any hospital offering even basic health-care facilities. Ranging from diagnostic to therapeutic intervention, IR procedures find application…

Pain Management in Uterine Fibroid Embolisation: Pharmacological and Interventional Approaches

1Dr Bhavna Pitrola 1Imperial college Healthcare NHS Trust Introduction: Uterine artery embolization for the treatment of symptomatic fibroids has become a key option for female patients and also adenomyosis. This minimally invasive procedure has a short recovery period with a high success rate for symptom relief, namely heavy menstrual blood loss, passage of large clots…

A Three-year Comprehensive Stroke Centre Development Journey: Improving Door-to-Groin Puncture Time and Patient Outcomes for Mechanical Thrombectomy in Nottingham University Hospitals in the United Kingdom

1Joshua Wong,1Ashit Kumar Shetty, 1Ashit Kumar Shetty 1Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust Introduction: In patients with strokes caused by large vessel occlusions (LVO), delays in door-to-groin puncture time (DGPT) are associated with worse clinical outcomes. Nottingham University Hospitals (NUH) provides the East Midlands’ Mechanical Thrombectomy (MT) service in the United Kingdom. We present results from…