March 1, 2017

VIENNA - Turf battles are an everyday reality in medicine today, but how can you avoid them? One of Europe's leading interventional radiologists, Dr. Afshin Gangi from Strasbourg, France, explains how best to minimize conflicts with other disciplines. He also discusses whether he feels more like a surgeon than a radiologist.

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Dr. Afshin Gangi explains how best to minimize conflicts with other disciplines.

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