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Dr. KG Ramakrishnan - Radiology

Dr. KG Ramakrishnan

Senior Consultant & Head - Clinical Imaging & Interventional Radiology


Completed graduation and post-graduate education from Calicut and Thiruvanandapuram Medical Colleges respectively. Having obtained formal training in Interventional Radiology from Sree Chithira Tirunal Institute of Medical Sciences and Technology (SCTIMST). In the late 90s, Dr. Ramakrishnan established the first Interventional Radiology (IR) management program in the region of Malabar. He is a founding member of ISVIR and has been actively involved in various academic programs including organising the All India South Zone ISVIR conference and State IRIA Annual Conference.

Over the last 15 years, he has mentored several post-graduate students in his capacity as a Post Graduate Teacher, National Board Examiner and guided his colleagues to establish independent IR practice. Dr. Ramakrishnan’s current area of interest includes HPB and Body Interventions as well as GI Imaging.

Area of expertise
  • Microwave ablation of liver cancer
    • TACE
    • Biliary stenting
  • Portal system interventions
    • TIPS
    • Portal vein Embolization
  • Mesenteric angiogram and embolization
  • Microwave ablation of renal tumours
    • Embolisation treatment of renal AVM / Aneurysm
  • Microwave ablation of Osteoid Osteoma / Mets
    • Vertebroplasty
    • Embolization of Skeletal Tumours
  • Head and Neck Vascular interventions and treatment of Epistaxis
  • Uterine Artery Embolization and endovascular treatment of PPH
    • Balloon occlusive treatment for adherent Placenta Previa
  • Endovascular treatment for Haemoptysis
    • Microwave ablation of Lung Tumours
  • Embolisation treatment in trauma and in life-saving haemorrhage.