Dr. Robbie Morrison on the BackTable Podcast

Dr. Robbie Morrison

Interventional Radiologist

Dr. Robbie Morrison is a practice Interventional Radiologist in private practice in Beaumont, Texas.

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Ep. 108

Adding Wound Care To Your Practice: Pros and Cons

We talk with Interventional Radiologists Dr. Robbie Morrison and Dr. Srini Tummala about the pros and cons of adding a wound care services to your endovascular practice.

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