Dr. Mark C Bates MD
Interventional Radiologist | Vascular & Interventional Radiology2345 Chesterfield Ave Suite 302 Charleston WV, 25304
Dr. Mark Bates is an interventional radiologist practicing in Charleston, WV. Dr. Bates specializes in minimally invasive, targeted treatments. Interventional radiologists use X-Rays, MRIs and other advanced imaging to put catheters in the body in order to treat the source of the disease internally. Many conditions that once required surgery can now have less risk, less pain and fewer invasions when treated by an interventional radiologist.
Education and Training
Wv Univ Sch of Med, Morgantown Wv 1986
Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM- Cardiovascular Disease
- Reversal of the direction of internal carotid artery blood flow by occlusion of the common and external carotid arteries in a swine model.
- Subclavian artery stenting: factors influencing long-term outcome.
- Angioplasty/stenting of the superior mesenteric artery and celiac trunk: early and late outcomes.
- High-output congestive heart failure successfully treated with transcatheter coil embolization of a large renal arteriovenous fistula.
- Carotid stenting for symptomatic radiation-induced arteritis complicated by recurrent aneurysm formation.
- Fatal subclavian stent infection remote from implantation.
- Emergent stent graft isolation of a knife-related subclavian arterial venous fistula: lessons learned during long-term follow-up.
- Renal artery angiography: "the right ipsilateral oblique" myth.
- Femoral pseudoaneurysms.
- Extensive upper extremity arterial thrombosis as the initial manifestation of nephrotic syndrome.
- Traumatic vertebral artery dissection and stroke in a 16-year-old male as the result of an ATV accident.
- Provisionial SFA stenting.
- Endovascular rescue of a fused monorail balloon and cerebral protection device.
- Technique for ipsilateral rescue embolization of common femoral side branch vessel injury.
- Serum creatinine stabilization following renal artery stenting.
- Univ Of Ky Hosp, Cardiovascular Diseases; Charleston Area Med Ctr, Internal Medicine
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