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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Mark Thornton at Spire include:
Radiology: Vascular radiology Interventional radiology
I am available to perform radiological investigations for private patients at Spire Bristol Hospital on a Thursday morning and early afternoon. I accept referrals from general practitioners and hospital consultants and provide same day reporting. Important results will be communicated to the referring doctor on the day of the investigation. I am available to perform US scans, CT scans and MRI scans and some interventional procedures. More complex interventional procedures can be performed at North Bristol NHS Trust and aftercare provided in a Spire bed under my direct care.
I am an interventional radiologist specialising in urological and renal imaging, as well as all arterial/venous imaging. I am Deputy Head of Training in the Severn Deanery School of Radiology and am Head of the Radiology Department at North Bristol NHS Trust. I have been a consultant radiologist for 12 years and prior to my consultant appointment. spent 11 years in surgical, medical and radiological training posts.
Imaging of urological disorders, investigating haematuria, imaging renal stones, imaging the aorta, imaging kidneys, ureters and bladder. Interventional radiology.
Member of the Bristish Society of interventional Radiologists
Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of London
Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists
Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine
Member of the Interventional Radiologists Society of Europe.
Consultant Radiologist, North Bristol NHS Trust.Back to top
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