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Current Organization
Freeman Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Subspecialty and Expertise in Radiology
Interventional Radiology and Uroradiology
Radiology Residency and Fellowship
Newcastle upon Tyne and Lecturer in IR Dublin
Undergraduate, Medical School, and Graduate School (Degrees, Major, and Institution)
Newcastle upon Tyne
Clinical, Academic, or Industry Experience
Lecturer in IR, Secretary of British Society of Uroradiology, member of BSIR program committee
Clinical, academic, research, or business interests within radiology
Gastrostomy, uroradiology,
Director of WhichInterventionalDevice.com
Personal interests and hobbies
Kite surfing, skiing
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At 12:28pm on May 24, 2009, Dr. Sumeet Bhargava said…
hi phil. i m a radiologist from india and interested in fellowship in uk in inteerventional rad. can u guide me the path for that ?
At 10:32am on September 7, 2008, Giuseppe Pelle said…
Hi Phil....Great case...finally i replied..sorry for the late answer but as i wrote in the uroradiology grup i have been in spain for holidays
At 4:40pm on May 18, 2008, Giuseppe Pelle said…
HI PHIL what's about radiology in UK
Is it a competive work?
What's about opportunity in the accademic area
I heard that in UK there is a strong necessity for doctors, is it true?
At 9:15am on May 7, 2008, Rodolfo said…
hi Phil, yes it's me...the same interventionalist.....

Don't worry for the RFA needle...we have so many time to spend.
Now I'm dealing with power ports and mets embolizations.
At 9:49am on April 27, 2008, Giuseppe Pelle said…
Hi...... what's your opinion about the case that i submitted (IL MAL DELLA PIETRA)?
The patient is 27 year old, with history of horseshoe kidney. He went to the urologist for 1 mounth lasting back pain. An XR examination revealed the presence of lithiasis in the righ collecting system. He is now elected for calculii removal by a pyelotomy approach in open surgery.
What's your opinion about the right ureter? The abnomal dilatation (with the maxium diameter oriented trasversally) could be linked with VU reflux (the patient still was not studied with functional cystography).
I've got many other images of this study......ask if you need.
Thank you GIPO

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