Dr. Brandon Scott St. Amant MD Radiologist

Dr. Brandon St. Amant is a radiologist in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and is affiliated with Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center. He received his medical degree from University of Texas Southwestern Medical School and has been in practice for 12 years. He is one of 27 doctors at Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center who specialize in Radiology.

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Specialty & Clinical Interests

Radiologist: Abdominal Imaging

Education & Medical Training

University of Florida College of Medicine at Jacksonville
Residency, Internal Medicine, 2002–2003

University of Florida College of Medicine at Jacksonville
Residency, Radiology, 2003–2007

University of Texas Southwestern Medical School
Class of 2002

Certifications & Licensure

American Board of Radiology
Certified 7 years in Diagnostic Radiology

LA State Medical License
Active through 2013

Publications & Presentations

High-dose gadodiamide for catheter angiography and CT in patients with varying degrees of renal insufficiency: Prevalence of subsequent nephrogenic systemic fibrosis and decline in renal function.
Bridges MD, St Amant BS, McNeil RB, Cernigliaro JG, Dwyer JP, Fitzpatrick PM


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