UVA Presents at Society of Interventional Radiology’s Annual Conference

April 3, 2024 by

The Society of Interventional RadiologyThe UVA Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging had a great showing at the Society of Interventional Radiology’s annual meeting.

Several department residents and fellows delivered scientific presentations at the conference, which was held from March 23 – 28 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Those trainees and their presentation titles are listed below:

  • John Barrera, MD (PGY-4 Integrated Resident): Advanced Imaging Techniques During Percutaneous Ablation of Occult Hepatic Lesions: Tips and Tricks
  • Vishnu Chandra, MD (PGY-5 Integrated Resident): Intravascular US During Tunneled HD Catheter Exchange: A Tool to Improve Technical Success
  • Meghan Clark, MD (PGY-6 Integrated Resident): Extreme IR Case
  • Christina Dalzell, MD (PGY-2 Integrated Resident): Contrast Extravasation on CT vs. Splenic Angiography in Blunt Trauma
  • Marc Kryger, MD (PGY-5 Integrated Resident): Comparisons of Outcomes
  • Hideyuki Torikai, MD (Body Imaging Fellow): Association Between Quantitative Perfusion Using Catheter-Directed CTA and Clinical Success in Patients with Critical Limbe Threatening Ischemia

Department faculty also participated in the conference — as both presenters and moderators. Those contributors were John Fritz Angle, MD; Ziv Haskal, MD; John Matson, MD; Alan Matsumoto, MD; Daniel Sheeran, MD; Amy Taylor, MD; and Luke Wilkins, MD.

In addition, three medical students from the University of Virginia School of Medicine also presented at the SIR conference:

  • Malinda Gong: Comparison of Current Risk-Stratification Systems for TIPS Patients: a Single Center 5-Year Experience
  • Sandeep Murthy” Introduction to Arterial Spin Labeling for Peripheral Extremity Perfusion
  • Joseph Nguyen: Outcomes of Catheter-Directed Thrombolysis for Lower Extremity Arterial Thrombolysis Based on Rutherford Classification; Differences in Outcomes of Intra-Arterial Catheter-Directed Thrombolysis for Unilateral vs Bilateral Lower Extremity Arterial Thrombosis (poster)


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