Dr Stephen Butterfield

Consultant Vascular Interventional Radiologist

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Stephen Butterfield


Medico-Legal experience

Dr Butterfield has undergone his expert witness training. He is registered with APIL, AvMA and the UK Register of Expert Witnesses. He enjoys a full medico-legal practice representing both claimants and defendants in actions relating to both personal injury and clinical negligence. His claimant/defendant ratio split is approximately 70/30 and he can usually turnaround reports within 8- 8 weeks, sooner if required.

Clinical Practice & Experience

Dr Butterfield is a Consultant Vascular Interventional Radiologist at Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust. He specialises in vascular diagnostic and interventional radiology of both the arterial and venous systems. Dr Butterfield performs procedures involving all aspects of peripheral vascular intervention, including complex below knee procedures and pedal access. In addition, he performs aortic stent grafting, carotid artery stenting, bronchial artery embolization, mesenteric embolization, arterial thrombolysis, venous interventions for acute central DVT, venous filter insertion and retrieval, venous stenting and embolization. Dr Butterfield also deals with peripheral access techniques including PICC lines, Hickman lines and Portacath insertion.

Clinical Interests

Dr Butterfield has a special interest in drug eluting angioplasty balloons and stents for peripheral vascular disease.

Research Interests

Dr Butterfield is a named author on over twenty research publications and is a trial participant in National and International scientific papers.

Teaching & Training

Dr Butterfield has been invited to lecture at national and international meetings on interventional radiological techniques and technologies.

Prizes and Awards

2000: Cook Interventional Fellowship.

Case Manager

Anthony Evans

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