Dr Andrew Wigham is a Consultant Interventional and Diagnostic Radiologist practising at Oxford University Hospitals NHS trust and Wexham Park Hospital. Having qualified from Imperial College School of Medicine in 2002, he trained in Interventional Radiology at the Royal Free Hospital, London.
His special interests include the imaging and treatment of chronic venous insufficiency; intravascular ultrasound for the assessment of venous and arterial disease; imaging of thoracic outlet syndrome; vascular access, including arm mini-port insertion; hepatobiliary imaging and intervention, including TIPSS, hepatic embolisation, long term ascites drainage and trans-jugular liver biopsy.
He has presented internationally and nationally on the TIPSS procedure and has published chapters on hepatobiliary imaging and the assessment and treatment of vascular disease in diabetic patients. He has recently written Standards of Practice guidelines on radiologically-inserted gastrostomies for the Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology Society of Europe.
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