Dr Mark Bratby is a Consultant Vascular Interventional Radiologist at Oxford University Hospital. Having qualified in 1998 from Churchill College, Cambridge and Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School, London, he trained in Radiology at St George’s Vascular Institute in London before moving to Oxford in 2010.
His specialist interests include complex endovascular aneurysm repair, endovascular intervention for peripheral vascular disease and management of patients with vascular malformations. He provides on-call for the regional vascular and trauma centre offering emergency repair of aortic trauma and embolisation for haemorrhage control.
He is Interventional Radiology Lead for the Oxford Vascular Malformation service and offers dedicated clinics. He has performed over 400 treatments with a variety of techniques including sclerotherapy and embolisation. He pioneered the use of sclerotherapy for patients with vascular benign bone tumours.
He is currently Examiner for the Royal College of Radiologists Oral examination. He is a panel member for the Royal College of Radiologists REAL (Radiology Excellence and Learning) committee that disseminates learning on a national level from submitted cases.
Dr Bratby is active in teaching and research, with 50 peer-reviewed published papers, notably the randomised controlled trial comparing uterine fibroid embolisation with myomectomy, which received the Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology Editor’s Gold Medal in 2013.
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