CCT-IR, FRCR, MRCS, PhD
I am a Consultant Radiologist, practicing full time in a large teaching hospital (University Hospitals of Leicester NHS trust), with a subspecialty interest in vascular radiology.
Prior to specialising in radiology I undertook and completed my basic and surgical training in Leeds University Teaching Hospitals, Yorkshire. This allowed me to complete my Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons. I then went on to do a PhD in Nottingham University in vascular surgery and radiological sciences. My general and subspecialty interventional radiology training was completed in Leicestershire and this included vascular radiology to fellowship level. I have an active interest in research with vascular radiology and am involved in a number of trials.
My areas of interest and expertise include CT and MRI imaging, Ultrasound and interventions in acute and chronic diseases of the blood vessels. I regularly perform interventions to open arterial blockages (angioplasty and stenting); block leaking or abnormal blood vessels (embolisation in vascular malformations-AVM’s, varicoceles, tumours, trauma, aneurysm stenting and maintenance of dialysis fistula access). I also perform chemotherapy/embolisation of liver tumours, and vascular line access. I supervise and report adult cardiac/coronary CT.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Neghal Kandiyil at Spire include:
COVID-19 testing or antibody tests are not available as a standalone service at Spire Nottingham Hospital.
MRCS / Intercollegiate / 2006
Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons
PhD / University of Nottingham / 2014
Doctorate of Philosophy
CCT-IR / UK / 2015
Certificate of Completion of Training in clinical radiology with Interventional Radiology sub-specialisation
FRCR / London / 2014
Fellowship Royal college of Radiologists
Consultant Interventional Radiologist and Honorary lecturer, University of Leicester.
Speciality lead for Vascular Radiology, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust.