Dr James Harding: Clinical radiology
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Dr James Harding

Clinical radiology

 

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Overview

Specialises in

  • Gastrointestinal/hepatobiliary radiology
  • General cross sectional
  • Interventional radiology
  • Non-vascular interventional radiology
  • Uroradiology

About me

Dr Harding qualified from University of Bristol Medical School in 2000 and was appointed as a Consultant in Clinical & Interventional Radiology in 2010 with NHS practice based at University Hospital Coventry & Warwickshire (UHCW).

His initial post graduate training was in General Medicine and Intensive Care including a period working in New Zealand. He began training in Radiology in 2005 returning to Bristol and achieved Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists in 2008 winning the Finzi prize in the Radiology section of the Royal Society of Medicine. He completed a period of higher specialist training with many of the UK’s luminaries in Interventional Radiology. He is an active member of the British Society of Interventional Radiology (BSIR) and the Congress of Interventional Radiology Societies of Europe (CIRSE) as well as being the Clinical Lead for Interventional Radiology at UHCW and Clinical Supervisor for senior Interventional Radiology trainees.

He undertakes a number of specialist procedures including Uterine Artery Embolisation (UAE) for fibroids, transarterial chemoembolisation (TACE) for liver cancer and has worked actively performing and promoting the new procedure of Prostate Artery Embolisation (PAE) for men with obstructive urinary symptoms; he is heavily involved in research for this technique (the national UKRoPE study), presented several papers at national meetings and published a number of articles in national & international Radiology journals.

Dr Harding performs a full range of diagnostic & interventional imaging services for both NHS and private patients including X-ray, Ultrasound, CT, MRI and fluoroscopy. His daily practice includes a wide range of modern highly technical minimally invasive image guided procedures including: treatment for uterine fibroids & adenomyosis (UAE), Prostate Artery Embolisation (PAE) for symptomatic prostate enlargement, embolisation in men for symptomatic varicocoeles and in women for pelvic congestion syndrome.

Areas of interest

Interventional Radiology:

Fibroid Embolisation, pelvic congestion syndrome, testicular varicocoele Embolisation, Prostate artery Embolisation for enlarged prostate, vascular access for cancer treatment (Hickman lines etc), Chemoembolisation for liver tumours

All aspects of vascular intervention including angioplasty/stenting and Embolisation, Endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR)

Image guided biopsies/drainage, Nephrostomy & renal stenting, Biliary drainage & stenting, Radiological gastrostomy

Diagnostic body imaging: X-Ray, Ultrasound, CT, MRI & fluoroscopy

Vascular disease including CT/MR angiography, Uro-radiology including prostate MRI, Renal/Liver/Pancreas/Biliary CT and MRI, Gynaecology MRI for fibroids, Gastrointestinal, Chest & Oncology imaging.

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Procedures completed

  • XR360

    Embolisation of vascular mass (including uterine embolisation) - (1-5)

    (1-5)

  • XR442

    Embolisation of varicocele of gonadal vein - (1-5)

    (1-5)

  • XR910

    Insertion of central venous catheter - non-tunnelled (x-ray guided) - (1-5)

  • J1300

    Percutaneous biopsy of lesion of liver - (1-5)

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