Carotid artery

This list shows every expert witness in the UK Register of Expert Witnesses who claims expertise in Carotid artery. Click on any expert witness to view full details. You may prefer to interactively search the Register.

Dr Butterfield in MANCHESTER
Dr Butterfield specialises in vascular diagnostic and interventional radiology of both the arterial and venous systems. He performs procedures involving all aspects of peripheral vascular intervention, including complex below-knee procedures and pedal access. He also performs aortic stenting and stent grafting, embolisation, arterial thrombolysis and venous interventions. Dr Butterfield has a special interest in drug eluting angioplasty balloons and stents for peripheral vascular disease.
Mr Welch in MANCHESTER
As a Consultant Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon, Mr Welch treats all aspects of vascular and arterial injury/disease, in particular: • Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) • Arterial thrombosis (AT) • Pulmonary embolism (PE) • Carotid artery disease • Wound healing and leg ulceration • Ischaemic tissue injury • Lymphoedema (leg swelling) • Thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS) • Abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAA) • Vascular malformations • Varicose veins
Miss Myint in LONDON
I have been a Consultant Surgeon in both vascular and general surgery since 2000. I was jointly appointed to a teaching hospital and a district general hospital. In addition, over the course of my consultant tenure, I have held regional and national training roles, managing surgical trainees of all grades. Thus I am happy to accept instructions in the fields of vascular surgery and cases where training is an issue.
Dr Scott in EDINBURGH
Anaesthesia • Intensive care • Anaesthesia for cardiac surgery • Anaesthesia for thoracic surgery • Post-operative intensive care • Patient monitoring • Medical equipment • Infusion therapy
Professor Hands in OXFORD
Varicose veins • Deep vein thrombosis • Venous disease • Arterial disease outside the chest • Carotid disease • Aortic disease • Renal artery disease • Ischaemic leg • Amputation • Bypass grafting • Sympathectomy for ischaemia • Balloon angioplasty • Claudication • Rest pain • Leg ulceration
Mr Rashid in MANCHESTER
Mr Rashid has an interest in all aspects of vascular surgery, particularly minimally invasive techniques. He has a particular focus in limb preservation and diabetic foot disease with complex, ultra-distal re-vascularisation using both open surgical and endovascular techniques. He has developed the most comprehensive MDT Limb Preservation and Foot Service in the North-West of England to include complex foot surgery, co-ordinated offloading and advanced wound management techniques.
Mr Beng Teo in MANCHESTER
Mr Teo has a clinical interest in the management of carotid, aneurysm, peripheral vascular and diabetic foot diseases, as well as leg oedema and ulceration. He has a specialist interest in arterial mapping (or artery assessment), endovenous laser treatment for varicose veins, foam sclerotherapy treatment for varicose veins and varicose vein stripping.
Dr Kishore in MANCHESTER
Dr Kishore is involved in the delivery of high-quality hyperacute stroke care, including thrombolysis and mechanical thrombectomy. He has a special clinical interest in the diagnosis and management of acute cerebrovascular conditions such as acute ischaemic stroke, acute intracerebral haemorrhage, carotid and vertebral artery dissections and TIAs. He is also interested in secondary prevention, understanding the aetiopathogenesis of stroke and the evaluation of embolic strokes of unknown source.
Professor McCollum in MANCHESTER
Artery & vein diseases • Arterial & venous thrombosis • Vascular injury or surgery • Arterial & venous surgery • Varicose veins • Stroke & cerebral perfusion • Carotid & extracranial artery surgery • Heart attack & stroke in young adults • Shock & organ damage • Blood transfusion • Leg ulceration • Pressure sores & bedsores • Provision of expert reports across the range of arterial & venous surgery • Life expectancy • Experience in medical negligence for both plaintiff & defence • Special experience in multi-party litigation
Dr Baskerville in LONDON
Vascular disease, surgery & treatments, including: 1. Arterial conditions: • Aneurysms • Peripheral vascular disease • Carotid disease • Congenital vascular malformations • Raynaud's phenomenon & HAVS • Thrombosis & gangrene • Vascular trauma • Thoracic outlet syndrome 2. Venous conditions: • Varicose veins & complications • Deep venous thrombosis & pulmonary embolism • Venous ulceration • Phlebitis 3. Lymphoedema
Mr Coleridge Smith in AMERSHAM
Peripheral vascular disease with particular emphasis on venous disease, including varicose veins, deep vein thrombosis, post-thrombotic limbs, venous ulcers, intermittent claudication, ischaemia of the lower limb • Ultrasound examination of the peripheral vascular system, surgical treatment of vein problems, laser treatment & radiofrequency ablation of vein problems...
Mr Pole in MANCHESTER
Mr Richard Pole has been a Clinical Vascular Scientist at the Wythenshawe Hospital (part of the Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust) since 1995. Between 1998-2012 he was the Vascular Studies Unit Manager, and from 2002 has held the post of Operations Director. Mr Pole has worked in the field of vascular science for over 25 years, undertaking 1,800 vascular ultrasound investigations during 2018-2019. He is expert in a wide range of vascular ultrasound imaging modalities:...
Mr Murray in MANCHESTER
Mr Murray is a Consultant Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon with particular expertise in all aspects of arterial and aortic disease.
Mr Waterworth in MANCHESTER
Mr Waterworth has a special clinical interest in aortic valve and root disease, heart valve disease and intrathoracic aortic aneurysms. He frequently performs coronary artery bypass surgery, aortic valve and aortic root replacement surgery, surgery to correct thoracic aneurysms, heart valve surgery, aortic surgery and heart transplant surgery.
Mr Fligelstone in SWANSEA
Upper limb conditions: DVT, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, ischaemia, trauma • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome: upper limb condition affecting nerves, veins and arteries • Limb ischaemia: leg and arm - acute and chronic • Major limb amputation - below knee, through knee, above knee, hip disarticulation • Minor amputation of toes/partial foot amputation/transmetatarsal amputation • Compartment Syndrome, including Well Leg Compartment Syndrome post laparoscopic surgery • Carotid artery surgery for stroke prevention • False...
Mr Bahia in LONDON
Mr Bahia has a special interest in aortic aneurysm, lower limb arterial and venous disease, and carotid artery disease. He is a member of a number of hospital programmes and committees aimed at optimising thrombosis treatment, prescribing compliance and improving risk management for vascular patients.

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