Dr Vikas Shah

Clinical radiology


  • Fee assured

Specialises in

  • Gastrointestinal/hepatobiliary radiology
  • General cross sectional
  • General ultrasound
  • Uroradiology

About me

I am a Consultant Radiologist specialising in gastrointestinal and colorectal imaging.

I attended the Royal Free and University College Medical School, and following general medical training, commenced training in radiology at the Imperial College Hospitals NHS Trust (Charing Cross, Hammersmith and St Mary's Hospitals). I received specialist training in oncology (cancer) imaging at Mount Vernon Hospital and in pelvic floor and colonic imaging at St Marks Hospital. I commenced my consultant post at University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust in October 2011.

My main areas of clinical interest are:

colorectal imaging, including CT colonography for the exclusion of colonic cancer and polyps

small bowel imaging, including MRI and ultrasound for the assessment of Crohn's disease

pelvic floor imaging with endoanal ultrasound and both xray and MRI proctography, for the assessment of symptoms such as bowel prolapse, incontinence and difficulty in opening bowels

general CT, MRI and ultrasound imaging of the abdomen and pelvis for non-specific abdominal pains, weight loss, gallstones, and liver and kidney disease

Areas of interest

Small bowel ultrasound; Small bowel MRI; Small bowel barium follow through; CT colonography; Defaecating proctography; MRI proctography; Endoanal ultrasound

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