Dr. Brooke Spencer
Dr. Brooke Spencer is an interventional radiologist at the Minimally Invasive Procedure Specialists (MIPS) group in Denver, CO. View Dr. Brooke Spencer's full profile here.
Articles Featuring Dr. Spencer
Tools and Techniques for Treating Chronic Venous Obstruction
Successful treatment of chronic venous obstruction requires operator skill and optimal equipment utilization. In episode 33 of the BackTable podcast, Dr. Brooke Spencer discusses her go-to catheter choice, techniques for catheter and guidewire manipulation, and tips for crossing difficult chronic venous obstructions.
Building a Comprehensive Vein Practice
Building a vein practice requires knowledge and skills beyond the treatment of venous disease. Vein expert Dr. Spencer discusses where to start when treating patients with venous disease, when to take charge as a diagnostician, and why interventional radiologists need to start managing their patients perioperatively.
Assessing Venous Disease For Optimal Endovascular Stent Placement
The vessel size and degree of vascular stenosis varies from patient-to-patient, which complicates the sizing and placement of endovascular stents. From vascular imaging to intraoperative stent deployment, Dr. Brooke Spencer discusses ways to improve stent placement in difficult cases of chronic venous disease.
Pelvic Congestion Syndrome Treatment
Pelvic congestion syndrome (PCS) is characterized by chronic pelvic pain due to pelvic venous insufficiency and the subsequent development of pelvic and ovarian varicosities. Dr. Brooke Spencer discusses the complexities of pelvic congestion syndrome treatment and PCS symptoms.
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