Varian’s Interventional Solutions is partnering with physicians to provide ongoing training and education tailored specifically for interventional radiology (IR) residents. Programs will feature key opinion leaders in interventional radiology from around the country and are designed to enable IR Residents to be educated, interact, and build relationships. We’ll discuss disease state and procedurally focused topics on patient selection, available treatment options, clinical data review, case reviews, tips and tricks, pearls, and more.
Replay: An overview of lung ablation
Robert Suh, MD, a clinical expert in lung ablation, provides an interactive overview of lung ablation covering:
- Appropriate patient selection
- The benefits and complications
- Imaging follow-up and its importance
- Technical aspects of the procedure
Robert Suh, M.D. is a Clinical Professor in the Department of Radiological Sciences at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA since 1998. Currently, Dr. Suh serves as the Director of Thoracic Interventional Services and as the first Vice Chair of Radiology Education at UCLA Medical Center since 2016. He is part of UCLA’s faculty that has pioneered and developed the discipline of Interventional Oncology, not only in the United States but also on the world stage. Dr. Suh’s clinical practice for over 20 years centers on interpreting diagnostic imaging of the lung and performing image-guided procedures within the lung and chest cavity, which include precision lung biopsies for diagnosis and treatment selection to fully enable personalized medicine for patients and thermal ablation of lung tumors using microwave energy and cryotherapy.