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Dr Kevin Lotzof

Radiologist
MBBCh, FRCR

Practising at

Spire Bushey Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Kevin Lotzof at Spire include:

Radiology at Spire Bushey Hospital

Other treatments

  • Musculoskeletal imaging
  • Interventional radiology

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Professional profile

Dr Lotzof is a consultant interventional radiologist. He performs the whole range of interventional procedures from simple ultrasound guide injections and biopsies through placement of venous access lines and filters to complex angioplasty, evar and embolisation.

He has a special interest in the treatment of venous and arteriovenous malformations. His other main interest is MRI of the tmj. He also reports on all CT examinations except cardiac and all MRI examinations except cardiac and breast.

Clinical Interests


Interventional radiology, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), in particular temporomandibular joint, head and neck and musculo-skeletal.

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Qualification and professional memberships

Professional memberships

Royal College of Radiologists

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Current NHS posts

 

Consultant Radiologist, Barnet General Hospital

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Private contact details

Telephone 020 8901 5566
Private secretary telephone 07966 192240
Private secretary email sandklotzof@aol.com

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