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Professor Paul Sidhu, Consultant Radiologist

Specialising in:

Male health, vascular ultrasound, vascular intervention

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Specialist Details
Full name

Prof. Paul Sidhu

Qualifications

BSc MB BS MRCP(UK) FRCR DTM and H(Lon)

Title

Consultant Radiologist

paul sidhu
Specialties

Radiology

Site specialisation

Ultrasound and interventional radiology

Site specialisation 2
Clinical interests

Male health, vascular ultrasound, vascular intervention

Background Information
Biography

Dr Paul Sidhu is a Consultant Radiologist at King's College Hospital London, and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Guys, King's and St.Thomas's Medical School, King's College, University of London.  He obtained his initial radiological training at the Hammersmith Hospital, London and completed his training at King's College Hospital, London.  His main interests include all aspects of ultrasound and vascular Interventional radiology.  His main research interests centre on ultrasound and include microbubble ultrasound contrast media in the depiction of liver disease, urogenital ultrasound and aspects of interventional ultrasound.  He is the author or co-author of over 100 peer review scientific papers, the editor of three books on ultrasound and has lectured widely both Nationally and Internationally on aspects of ultrasound.   
training at the Hammersmith Hospital, London and completed his training at King's College Hospital, London.  His main interests include all aspects of ultrasound and vascular Interventional radiology.  His main research interests centre on ultrasound and include microbubble ultrasound contrast media in the depiction of liver disease, urogenital ultrasound and aspects of interventional ultrasound.  He is the author or co-author of over 100 peer review scientific papers, the editor of three books on ultrasound and has lectured widely both Nationally and Internationally on aspects of ultrasound.

Languages spoken

English, Malay

Availability
Regular Cromwell clinics

Yes

Clinic days

Mon: Tue: eveWed: Thurs: Fri: amSat: alt sat

Appointments telephone number

020 7460 5746/7

Additional Career Information
Year qualified

1982

Memberships

RCR, BMUS, RSNA, BIR

NHS hospitals

King's College

Posts

National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery

Research interests

Ultrasound contrast agents, testicular ultrasound

Key published papers

Sidhu PS. Clinical and imaging features of testicular torsion: role of ultrasound. Clinical Radiology 1999;54:343-352. 
Blomley MJK, Sidhu PS, Cosgrove DO, Albrecht T, Harvey CJ, Heckemann R, Butler-Barnes J, Eckersley RJ, Basilico R. Do different types of liver lesion differ in their uptake of the microbubble SHU508 in its late phase ? : early experience. Radiology 2001;220:661-667. 
Quinlan DJ, Alikhan R, Gishen P, Sidhu PS. Variations in lower limb venous anatomy: implications for US diagnosis of deep venous thrombosis.  Radiology 2003;228:443-448. 
Sidhu PS, Shaw AS, Ellis SM, Karani JB, Ryan SM. Microbubble ultrasound contrast in the assessment of hepatic artery patency following liver transplantation: role in reducing frequency of hepatic artery arteriography.  European Radiology 2004;14:21-30. 
Bryant TH, Blomley MJK, Albrecht T, Sidhu PS, Leen ELS, Basilico R, Pilcher J, Bushby LH, Hoffmann CW, Cosgrove DO, Harvey CJ, Mc Quarrie J, Paul D, Cosgrove DO. Improved characterization of liver lesions with liver specific microbubbles: prospective multicenter study. Radiology 2004;232:799-809.

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