Mr Stephen Cavanagh: General surgery
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Mr Stephen Cavanagh

General surgery

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  • Vascular surgery

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Mr Cavanagh was born and educated in Liverpool. He came to Yorkshire in 1986, and trained as a doctor in Leeds and underwent surgical training around Yorkshire.

He has a busy vascular surgical practice, undertaking all types of arterial and venous surgery. He has a particular interest in carotid, aortic and lower limb arterial surgery including endovascular aneurysm repair. He is also interested in venous disease and undertakes the full range of treatment options for venous disease including minimally invasive techniques.

His NHS workload includes the York, Selby, Scarborough, Bridlington and Harrogate areas. He is actively involved in undergraduate and postgraduate education and runs the Royal College of Surgeons of England Care of the Critically Ill Surgical Patient Course in York. He is actively involved in research in Vascular Surgery, and is principal local investigator for the IMPROVE trial, investigating the management of ruptured aneurysms. He is Lead Clinician for the York and North Yorkshire Vascular Unit.

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Varicose veins including endovenous ablation, injection sclerotherapy and surgery; Carotid surgery / endarterectomy; Endovascular surgery; Aneurysms; Peripheral Vascular Disease, claudication and critical limb ischaemia

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