Dr. Sudheendra (aka Dr. Sudi) is an Assistant Professor of Interventional Radiology & Surgery at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania - Perelman School of Medicine.
His primary areas of expertise include:
• DVT & post-thrombotic syndrome (including May Thurner syndrome)
• Minimally invasive cancer treatments
• Chronic venous insufficiency & varicose veins
• Complex IVC filter retrieval
In addition, Dr. Sudheendra has expertise in surgical critical care medicine – a unique skillset possessed by few IRs practicing today.
Dr. Sudheendra's practice philosophy is centered on a doctor-patient relationship based on integrity, mutual respect, compassion, & education. He firmly believe that patients must have a clear understanding of their medical condition & treatment plan in order to achieve the very best outcomes. He actively educates his patients and the general public about cancer and venous disease through his blog www.drsudi.com.
Sudheendra D, Baskin K: How long can you go? Vena cava filter insertion in a young child with one year follow-up. Poster presentation , Cardiovascular & Interventional Radiolgoy Society of Europe (CIRSE), Copenhagen, Denmark September 2008.
Sudheendra D, Federle MP: Acute Type B aortic dissection. ACR Case in Point July 2008.
Sudheendra D, Wholey MH: Vascular resistance in the carotid artery: Could filter inefficiency be the silent culprit in strokes? Poster Presentation, International Symposium on Endovascular Therapy(ISET), Hollywood, Florida January 2008.
Sudheendra D, Wood B: Thermal ablation of the adrenal gland. Image-Guided Interventions, 1st Edition. Mauro M, Murphy K, Thomson K, Venbrux A, Zollikofer C (eds.). Elsevier Saunders, 1st edition: 1606-1612, 2008.
Sudheendra D, Bartynski WS: Direct fluoroscopic drainage of syringomyelia. Poster Presentation, World Federation of Interventional and Therapeutic Neuroradiology, Beijing, China September 2007.
Dromi S, Herby S, Walsh M, Sudheendra D, Fry T, Wood BJ: RFA induces a tumor-specific response: A new role for RFA in immunotherapy. Society of Interventional Radiology, Seattle, WA March 2007.
Sudheendra D. Neeman Z. Kam A. Locklin J. Libutti SK. Wood BJ. : Intermittent hepatic vein balloon occlusion during radiofrequency ablation in the liver. Cardiovascular & Interventional Radiology. 29(6):1088-92, 2006 Nov-Dec. (eds.). 29(6): 1088-92, Nov-Dec 2006.
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Last updated: 07/15/2016
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