Recurrent Hepatic Hydrothorax
The SIR RFS Section is working with JVIR to further provide resources for interventional radiologists:
Podcasts – Interviews and discussion with the authors of select articles each month. This year will also feature production of dozens of podcasts from the SIR annual meeting, to be released in March and April, 2015.
by Alyson Kil, Transitional PGY-1, Diagnostic Radiology, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
It was late in my third year of medical school when I was first exposed to interventional radiology. Ever since I made the decision to pursue medicine, I had wanted to train in orthopedic surgery.
by Kyle Wilson, GS V, University of Maryland School of Medicine, MD/PhD
Stop. Before you read the following article, you should really read this discussion about the benefits and potential pitfalls of doing an IR rotation. If you have decided to participate in an away rotation, this article is meant to help guide you through that process.
by Maggie Chung, MS2, Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University
Step 1 is often viewed as a daunting feat. Performing well on this exam is an important component of being a competitive candidate for residency. Given the weight of this exam, you should be prepared to put in a considerable amount of time and energy into preparation. Here are some tips to keep in mind while studying to help you excel.
by Melina Benson, MS4, University of Connecticut School of Medicine
Many medical students, especially those interested in IR, make time during their medical school education to attend professional conferences. Conferences offer us the opportunity to find out about cutting edge research, network with peers and leaders in the field, and explore a new city. With our own SIR 40th Annual Scientific Meeting…
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Incidental Finding During Cardiomyopathy Workup
Biliary-enteric Obstruction from Recurrent Cancer