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An Update on Stroke Imaging - register to watch

26 April 2019

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Imaging in the setting of suspected stroke is an important topic for all radiologists reporting acute and on-call neuroimaging. Stroke imaging has evolved and grown in importance over the last decade, principally due to the emergence of mechanical stroke thrombectomy.

We were delighted to welcome Dr Neil Rane to deliver an update on stroke imaging on Wednesday 1st May. You can watch the webinar recording here

EverLearning webinars are free to attend and eligible for 2 CPD points in accordance with the CPD Scheme of the Royal College of Radiologists. 

To watch the webinar video click here.

Key learning outcomes

  1. Understand the need for rapid accurate stroke assessment.
  2. Neurovascular anatomy review with CTA.
  3. Familiarity with mechanical thrombectomy.
  4. Principles of advanced stroke imaging.

To watch the webinar video click here.

Dr Neil Rane | Consultant Interventional Neuroradiologist | Imperial Hospital London

Neil Rane qualified in Medicine from Cambridge University and is currently a Consultant Interventional Neuroradiologist at Charing Cross Hospital, London.He completed Neuroradiology and Interventional training in Oxford under Prof. Byrne. Here he also worked with the Oxford University stroke research group to publish a systematic review on acute stroke imaging. Subsequently he completed further training at Neuroscience centres in Edinburgh and Melbourne as the Interventional Neuroradiology Fellow. At the Royal Melbourne Hospital, he gained expertise in acute stroke selection and thrombectomy as part of the landmark EXTEND-IA trial.He was appointed as Consultant Interventional Neuroradiologist at Imperial, London in 2015. He has been a Neuro QA panel member for Everlight since 2017.