Electives - Radiology
Angiography & Interventional Radiology
Elective Number: 2905 (OASIS E74e)
Rotation Supervisor: Dr. John F. Angle
Coordinator: Sandy Kerns (email@example.com); 924-9484
Duration: Maximum 4 weeks, Minimum 2 weeks
Available: All Rotations
Time to Report: 8:00 am
Place to Report: Room 1832 - Residency/Student
Typical day: 7:30 am - 6:00 pm
Attendance: Attendance at elective activities is mandatory.
- Anyone who is ill or has a personal or family emergency must contact
Student Affairs and the Attending on Service.
- Students are allowed to take off up to 1 day per week to interview
between November 1 and February 1.
- Specific days missed must be approved by the Attending on Service.
Number of students per rotation: 2
Course Description: Students will be involved in the diagnosis,
management and treatment of patients referred to the Interventional Radiology
will participate in interventional procedures, film interpretation, consultations
and daily rounds.
- obtain understanding of indications and contraindications for common
interventional procedures, including: lower extremity arteriography,
chemo embolization, venous access procedures, TIPS and others;
- gain knowledge of arterial and venous anatomy important to interventional
- know how to perform pre-procedure evaluations for most common procedures;
- know indications and contra-indications to common procedures;
- learn to perform basic vascular access procedures under
direct supervision of an angiography attending (4 week rotation only);
- participate in the post-procedure management issues on
- observe and assist in a wide variety of procedures;
- attend vascular and interventional conferences;
- prepare and present a case observed during the rotation (4 week rotation
- recite indications for common procedures;
- experience pre-procedure evaluations and post-procedure rounding.
Electives at UVa Menu