Prof Jocelyn Brookes

Consultant Vascular Specialist
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Professor Brookes trained as Physician and Interventional Radiologist (Endovascular surgery) at UCL Hospitals, London. His expertise is Endovascular Surgery, treating; Embolisation of Arteriovenous malformations (AVM), Fibroid embolisation, adenomyosis, Chronic pelvic pain, Pelvic congestion, varicose veins (laser). Angioplasty for peripheral arterial disease, Carotid stent.

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University College London trained for medicine (FRCP) and then radiology (FRCR). 1993-6 Lecturer in National Medical Laser Centre. Consultant in Vascular Radiology since 1998 at UCH, London. Lecturer University of West Indies 2007/8. Divisional Clinical Director of Imaging and Vascular services UCLH 2009-12. Chair of Consultants Committee UCH since 2018. Lead clinician for AVM service (North Central London) since 2012. Chair of VASIG (Vascular Anomalies Special Interest Group (BSIR). Member of CIRSE (European IR society), ISSVA (International society of Vascular Anomalies.

More information

  • Consultant Interventional Radiologist
    UCLH, London
  • Consultant Endovascular Radiologist
    The Royal Free Hospital, London
  • Consultant Vascular Specialist
    The London Clinic, London
  • Hon Assoc Professor
    UCL, Institute of Cardiovascular Science
  • Year qualified, 1986
  • Middlesex Hospital Medical School, UCL, 1981-1986
  • Varicose veins (including laser EVLT)
  • Pelvic veins (Congestion, and male varicocele)
  • Fibroids (embolisation)
  • Adenomyosis (embolisation)
  • Chronic pelvic pain
  • Carotid stenting
  • Portcath insertion for chemo
  • Hon Assoc Professor, UCL Institute of Cardiovascular Science 2021.
  • FRCR
  • FRCP

Efficacy and safety of embolo-sclerotherapy of arteriovenous malformation based on the experience from a single specialist centre

Authors: C Pang, DRB Arasakumar, N Evans, A Papadopoulou, M Khalifa, G Hamilton, CS Lim, J Brookes
Year published: 2022
Published by: British Journal of Surgery



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