Bruit in the Groin
The following message comes officially from SIR
On behalf of our members, SIR is working to increase awareness of interventional radiology to health care decision-makers, influencers and consumers. To help with this, our members provided us with valuable insights about how to talk about IR, SIR and SIR Foundation. Read more from SIR Executive Director Susan E. Sedory Holzer, M.A., CAE, on the society’s blog, IR Uncut.
Knifed in the Abdomen
by Shamar Young, R4, University of Florida-Gainesville, Future Fellow at University of Minnesota
If you are contemplating pursuing a career in interventional radiology (IR) my first piece of advice is to do it! IR is an amazing field! Unfortunately, before you can enjoy…
by Kyle Wilson, Grad Student Year 5, University of Maryland School of Medicine MD/PhD program
Do you remember when you first discovered IR? I do. I was in graduate school, exploring different fields under the oncology umbrella. I had already…
by Eric J. Keller, Northwestern University SOM Class of 2017
Medical education is a daunting road requiring dedication and endurance. Unfortunately, this challenging journey has a dark side which demands continued discussion and intervention.
by David H. Ballard, MS4, Louisiana State University Health Shreveport 2015, SIR MSC PR&CC member
After surviving the preclinical years by memorizing pathways, pathogens, and pathologies, conquering Step 1, and completing your clinical rotations, you’re finally to a point where the fruits of your medical school labor will pay off – applying for residency.
A Bullet to the Chest
Tearing Abdominal Pain