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Background

Dr Prashant Sankaye completed his clinical radiology training through the Southwest Peninsula Radiology Training Scheme and at the Peninsula Radiology Academy, Plymouth, UK, which is the only purpose-built radiology academy in the world. Following the certification of completion of training (CCST) he completed a fellowship in musculoskeletal and spinal imaging at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre and the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, which is Oxfordshire's main accident and emergency site. He visited the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore for a mini-fellowship to get further experience in bone and soft tissue tumour imaging. During this time he specialised in interventional musculoskeletal and spinal radiology including the use of techniques such as autologous blood injection, platelet rich plasma therapy, thermal ablation and spinal injections. He is a Fellow at the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).


Expertise

Musculoskeletal imaging including imaging of bone and soft tissue tumours, bone and joint infections, musculoskeletal interventional radiology, arthritis, rheumatology and sports injury imaging, spinal imaging, musculoskeletal and spinal image-guided intervention such as selective nerve root and facet joint injections, autologous blood injection, platelet rich plasma therapy, thermal ablation and spinal injections, general radiology

Research & publications

Chhatani, S., Sahu, A., Sankaye, P. (2012) Re: The radiology report - are we getting the message across? Clinical Radiology, 67(7), 722; author reply 724-5

Panwar, U. & Sankaye, P. (2015) Preoperative versus postoperative radiotherapy in extremity soft tissue sarcoma: a changing trend towards preoperative radiotherapy in the UK. Clinical Oncology, 27(6), 369-70

Sankaye, P. & Ostlere, S. (2015) Arthritis at the shoulder joint. Seminars in Musculoskeletal Radiology Vol. 19, No. 03, pp. 307-18, Thieme Medical Publishers

Sankaye P. et al. Patient management: common arthritic conditions - a review article with representative case based discussion. Foundation Years Journal, Vol. 8, iss. 1 - Radiology Part 2, 16-24.

Sankaye P. et al. Recognising bone tumours on imaging: a review article based on common cases of benign and malignant bone lesions .Foundation Years Journal, Vol. 8, iss. 1 - Radiology Part 2, 52-62

Sankaye P. et al (2014) Is ultrasound axillary staging less accurate in invasive lobular breast cancer than in ductal breast cancer? Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine, Oct, 33(10), 1805-10. doi: 10.7863/ultra.33.10.1805.

Sankaye, P. et al (2010) Initial experience with MicroPure™, a new ultrasound image processing function to improve calcification visualisation. Breast Cancer Research 12, no. Suppl 3, 39

Sankaye, P. (2011) Optimising the radiation dose in CT coronary angiography --Are we there yet? At UKRC 2011

Sankaye, P. (2012) Imaging of biceps tendon-don't ignore! At UKRC 2012

Sankaye, P. (2012) Cystic lesions around the knee - what every radiologist must know. At UKRC 2012

Sankaye, P. (2012) MRI based pictorial review of trochlear dysplasia with emphasis on patellofemoral instability. At ECR 2012

Sankaye, P. (2012) Caught on time - on call! A case of paediatric soft tissue sarcoma. At British Medical Ultrasound Society (BMUS) conference 2012.

Sankaye, P. (2013) Slingitis- rare cause of a groin pain clinically masquerading as hernia or haematoma, British Medical Ultrasound Society (BMUS) conference 2013.

Sankaye, P. (2013) Myelography: past, present and likely future! At RSNA 2012

Sankayae, P. (2014) One stop orthopaedic clinic: value-added musculoskeletal radiology in the new model of patient care cycle. UKRC

Sankaye, P. (2014) Too large to make decisions! British sarcoma group conference, Interactive session presentation with audience participation via electronic keyboards, February


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