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Dr. Martin Radvany on the BackTable Podcast

Dr. Martin Radvany

Interventional Neuroradiologist

Dr. Martin Radvany is a professor of radiology and neurosurgery at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.

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Podcasts Featuring Dr. Radvany

Ep. 75

The Role of IR in Stroke Interventions (Part 2)

Part II of the discussion with Dr. Martin Radvany and Dr. David Sacks on the role of Interventional Radiologists in stroke interventions, including addressing training requirements and rural access to care.

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Ep. 74

The Role of IR in Stroke Interventions (Part 1)

Dr. Martin Radvany and Dr. David Sacks discuss the role of Interventional Radiologists in the treatment of acute ischemic stroke, including training requirements and the multidisciplinary team approach.

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