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Medical Radiology

Ambala, Haryana, India
October 14, 2019

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Abhiraj Singh Sran

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Work Experience

Senior Resident in Diagnostic Radiology May 2019- present

Maharishi Markandeshwar Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, India

Worked as a Senior Resident in Radiology. Involved in Diagnostic Radiology procedures such as Mammography, MRI scans, Ultrasounds and CT studies. Involved in teaching for Medical students and junior fellows every week and actively participating in Neuro-Radiology MDT. Participating in on-call services 1/5 week. Involved in providing ongoing clinical support in practice and also via telemedicine modalities (e.g. phone, Email).

Resident in Diagnostic Radiology May 2016 – April 2019

Maharishi Markandeshwar Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, India

Worked in tertiary care Centre which involved rotations in X-ray, CT scans, MRI and Ultrasounds, each Involving a period of 3 months over span of 3 years. After Demonstrating competency and under the guidance, supervision of the supervising Physician, performs procedures including Ultrasound guided biopsies, CT guided biopsies, Ascitic tap and drainage. Participated in Learning activities and Lectures by prominent physicians in field.

Internship February 2015 –February 2016

Government hospital Sector 16 Chandigarh

Rotated in all medical specialties during MBBS curriculum including Primary Health Center and monthly rotations in different medicine specialties. Involved in consultant daily ward rounds and clinics on alternative days.


M.D. in Radiology May 2016 – April 2019

Maharishi Markandeshwar University, Ambala( India)

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery; M.B.B.S. August 2010 - January2016

Himalayan institute of medical sciences, Dehradun (india)

Secondary and Senior Secondary Schooling March 2010

DAV school,Malout

Sacred Heart Convent School, Malout

Research Experience


Role of MDCT in evaluation of peripheral vascular disease of the lower limb artery and comparison with colour doppler

Maharishi Markandeshwar University, India


Haryana Medical Council, India April 2016 - Present

Full Registration

Board Certified Radiologist May 2019– Present

Full Registration


Role of MD CT in Evaluation of Peripheral Vascular Diseases in lower limb arteries and comparison with colour Doppler

International journal scientific research January2019

Study Involved Comparison of MD-CT and Ultrasonography in Peripheral vascular disease prior to Intervention and data was collected over 30 patients with existing disease. Study proved MD-CT is superior to Ultrasonography in diagnosing Peripheral Vascular Disease requiring Intervevntion.

Clinical Skills


CT scan



Ultrasound guided procedure

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