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Comprehensive Care for Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia 
Blood is normally pumped from the heart at high pressure into the arteries then passes through capillaries into veins. For people who have hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (HHT), however, some of that blood goes directly from arteries to veins. This puts pressure on the veins and surrounding tissues and can cause problems such as heavy bleeding, reduced neurological function, and even life-threatening ruptures.

The UCSF Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia Center of Excellence is Northern California's only complete care center for HHT. The Center provides pioneering approaches to treat abnormal vascular lesions of the lungs, brain, skin, mucous membranes, and spine. Learn more here.

Miles Conrad, MD, MPH

Dr. Conrad is co-director of the HTT Center of Excellence. In addition to his research and work with patients, he has a special interest in coordinating care for marginalized patients without insurance or full access to health care.
Steven Hetts, MD

Dr. Hetts is co-director of the HTT Center of Excellence. As a leading practitioner and medical innovator specializing in the management of vascular abnormalities, he bridges clinical treatment and technological development for managing HHT.

Melissa Dickey, RN, NP
Dickey is the clinical coordinator of the HTT Center of Excellence. She also participates in clinical research and performs interventional radiology procedures.

Learn More About Bone Health  
Join us for a festive evening event on assessing and managing bone health.You'll meet the world's leading experts in bone imaging and orthopedic surgery and enjoy food and drink crafted for us by the neighboring businesses of UCSF Imaging's Montgomery Street clinic.

William Palmer, MD
May 10, 2017
Medical Science Building | 513 Parnassus Ave. | Health Science West Bldg. HSW 302
5 p.m. (Refreshments),  5:30 p.m. (Lecture)
Link  here for more information.
Richard L. Ehman, MD
May 16, 2017
Medical Science Building | 513 Parnassus Ave. | Health Science West Bldg. HSW-303
5-6:30 p.m.
Link  here for more information.
About Us 

The Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at the 
University of California, San Francisco, is a leading health sciences center  focused on serving patients, conducting research,  and training the  next generation of radiologists. 

We are proud to have some of the foremost names in diagnostic, therapeutic, and interventional radiology developing promising new approaches to identify and treat disease. We are a patient-centered team, and are proud that the community recognizes us  for our compassion and care.

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