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Coronary Artery Pathology

Coronary Artery Pathology

Coronary Artery Pathology

Nathan Manghat and Carl Roobottom
Nathan Manghat and Carl Roobottom
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 27 Jun 2018
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This session provides an introduction to some common and less common coronary artery pathologies and anomalies, with particular reference to the findings on electrocardiographically (ECG)-gated computed tomography (CT) coronary angiography.


By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Review the pathology and appearance of coronary atherosclerosis on CT
• Identify various congenital coronary artery anomalies in adults
• Describe the use of CT coronary angiography in some less common diseases, namely myocardial bridging, iatrogenic and spontaneous coronary artery dissection and Kawasaki disease
Nathan Manghat and Carl Roobottom

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Nathan Manghat and Carl Roobottom
on behalf of Health Education England

Nathan Manghat -
Specialist Registrar (SpR)

Nathan Manghat is an SpR at Derriford Hospital, Plymouth.

Carl Roobottom -
Consultant Radiologist

Carl Roobottom is a Consultant Cardiovascular Radiologist, Senior Lecturer Peninsula Medical School & Senior Lecturer Bristol University. Since taking over the training scheme in 1997, Carl has transformed it from a part of the Bristol scheme with 8 trainees into the Peninsula Training Scheme - involving four hospitals with in excess of 30 trainees. The scheme has managed to maintain a friendly atmosphere in which SpRs are intimately involved in the decision making and running of the scheme. At the same time it has piloted the educational portfolio and consistently been in the top quartile in terms of exam results and TAC scores. The peninsula now has a purpose built Academy with unparalleled facilities and looks forward to the challenges of delivering the integrated training initiative. In addition, Carl has produced nearly 100 peer reviewed publications, become a national expert on cardiac CT, has been involved in improving incident reporting in radiology and is a previous Council Member of the BSIR. At present, he sits on the Council of the BSCR and is a sub editor for Clinical Radiology.

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.75 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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