Dr. Rakesh Ahuja on the BackTable Podcast

Dr. Rakesh Ahuja

Interventional Radiologist

Dr. Rakesh Ahuja is a Pediatric Vascular & Interventional Radiology Fellow at Boston Children's Hospital.


Podcasts Featuring Dr. Ahuja

Ep. 137

Road to Becoming a Y90 Authorized User (While in Training!)

Dr. Rakesh Ahuja walks us through the Pathway to Becoming a Y-90 Authorized user as a Resident, as well as the standard post-training pathway.


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