Dr Anand Sastry
MBBS, MRCS, DOHNS, FRCR
I’m an established Consultant Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiologist since 2017 in the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, after completing neuroradiology training in Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham. I’m the clinical lead for interventional neuroradiology in the University Hospital of Wales.
I’m an expert in delivering specialist tertiary service in the treatment of complex brain aneurysms, brain AV malformations, dural AV fistula and spinal vascular abnormalities, mechanical thrombectomy for hyperacute strokes and treatment of certain spinal conditions.
I receive many tertiary referrals from other consultants and regularly advice and facilitate further management. I also specialise in treatment of craniofacial cosmetic abnormalities and head/neck tumours to facilitate surgery. I also specialise in the treatment of caroticocavernous fistulas presenting with acute ophthalmology symptoms.
I have treated more than 400 brain aneurysms, up to 50 brain AVMS, 40 dural fistulas, 10 spinal vasular malformations and 20 mechnical thrombectomy. I have also performed more than 500 cerebral angiograms, over 20 spinal nerve root injections, 25 lumbar punctures and more than 15 lumbar myelograms.
I’m a core member of Stroke Implementation Group in Wales and I’m an active member of thrombectomy implementation task and finish group.
I’m a faculty member of radiology seminars group of radiologists and run the MRI brain course to international community. We are a passionate expert faculty dedicated to innovation in medical education of medical image interpretation.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Anand Sastry at Spire include:
Spire Cardiff Hospital is only able to provide Covid-19 tests to patients undergoing surgery at our hospital. Covid-19 testing or antibody tests are not available as a standalone service.
FRCR / Royal College of Radiologists, London / 2015
Fellow of Royal College of Radiologists
Outside work, I enjoy spending my time with my three children. We often walk locally in the countryside.