ِDR Hossein Ghanaati

Dr. Hossein Ghna'ati was born in 1963

Graduated from the Department of Radiology at Tehran University of Medical Sciences

Acquiring MRI and CT-Scan expertise and interventional from the UK

Fellowship Neurointerventional

More than 20 Innovations in the field of Radiological intervention:

The first laser of discectomy

The first treatment of endovascular retinoblastoma resistant to conventional treatment of candidal candidation

Transjugular biopsy

The first thoracic aorta

Treatment of the first thyroid nodules with Alcohol by ultrasound guidance

Port vein embolization with the aim of surgically treating untreatable metastases

First treatment of cavernous fistulas with detachable balloons 

The first treatment of stroke using rTPA

The first Flow devotion stent placement for the treatment of giant aneurysms 

The first endovascular implantation in pancreatic transplant patient.

The first treatment of cerebral aneurysm using neocrylic and dozens of other achievements and innovations that you can find on the site.

Currently, the following medical services are provided by Dr hossein Ghanaati

Angiography - vertebroplasty - Discogel - RF - CVS - Biopsy - Osteoid Osteoma - Uterine embolization - PRT - Ozone therapy - Ozone theapy - FNA - Micromave - Prostate embolization - AVM -

Osteoid Osteoma

  • Iranians collect RSNA prize for eye research

    December 21, 2016 -- A team from Tehran, Iran, scooped a prestigious cum laude award from poster-hall judges at RSNA 2016 for its practical and timely work on what interventional radiologists need to know about retinoblastoma.

    "Radiologists must be aware of the presentations, the classification, and the imaging features of retinoblastoma and the indications for intra-arterial chemotherapy of retinoblastoma," noted lead author Dr. Hossein Ghanaati, from the department of radiology at Imam Khomeini Hospital, Tehran University of Medical Sciences. "Interventional radiologists should be familiar with the procedural techniques of intra-arterial chemotherapy from puncture to drug injection and the different routs to ophthalmic artery."

    Postprocedural follow-up and the patients' outcome after intra-arterial chemotherapy are other vital aspects, he added.

    Research goals

    In their award-winning e-poster, Ghanaati and his colleagues reviewed the international classification of retinoblastoma, outlined the imaging features across modalities, summarized the indications and technical considerations of intra-arterial chemotherapy, and described the complications of the procedure.