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Dr. Mark Lessne
Dr. Mark Lessne is a practicing interventional radiologist with Charlotte Radiology in North Carolina.
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Podcasts Featuring Dr. Mark Lessne
Dr. Michael Cumming and Dr. Mark Lessne discuss the utility of Intravascular Ultrasound (IVUS) in the diagnosis and treatment of Deep Venous Disease, including patient selection, appropriate assessment of stenoses and assistance with stent placement.
Central and Upper Extremity Venous Interventions with Dr. Mark Lessne of Charlotte Radiology and Dr. Sabeen Dhand of PIH Health. In this episode our docs discuss central recanalizations, ballooning versus stents, declot techniques, and get into a ton of tips and tricks!
Articles Featuring Dr. Mark Lessne
As awareness for pelvic congestion syndrome (PCS) increases, the optimal utility of imaging and catheter directed therapies for these conditions remains in question. Vascular experts, Dr. Michael Cumming and Dr. Mark Lessne, discuss the roles of IVUS and CT venography when diagnosing and treating PCS.
Intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) is a versatile device used for both arterial and venous applications. In episode 52 of the BackTable podcast, Dr. Michael Cumming and Dr. Mark Lessne discuss indications for IVUS, false positives to watch out for, and why IVUS is a valuable tool for diagnosing central venous pathology.
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