Matthew Bull

Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust

Matthew Bull radiologist in Wexham Park Hospital, covering the head & neck and neuro services. Graduating from St George’s in London he gained experience in surgery, including ENT, neurosurgery and ophthalmology, before undertaking radiology training at the Peninsular Radiology Academy in Devon.

Matthew is an active member of the BSHNI, a regular faculty member of the Northwick Park Head & Neck radiology course, teaches for FRCS ORL-HN, and has been invited speaker at BSHNI, and UKRCO events. He is particularly interested in the use of social media in radiology education and is on the head and neck SIG panel for the FRCR 2a exam.

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Pathology within the Oropharynx and Oral Cavity

In this session we will review the common pathologies encountered in the oral and oropharynx , the radiological features on various modalities, and discuss how to provide optimal information in the report for the clinical team.

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