"I specialise in interventional radiology, which involves image-guided keyhole surgery and other minimally-invasive procedures which are used to diagnose or treat a wide variety of conditions in children. I have a special interest in working with children who have complex birthmarks or vascular malformations. I also work closely with the urology team in treating children with kidney stones."
Combined laparoscopic and cystoscopic injection sclerotherapy for bladder venous malformation: a novel technique.
Sinha CK, Barnacle A, Mushtaq I, Cherian A
Journal of pediatric urology, February 2013, vol./is. 9/1(e22-4), 1477-5131;1873-4898 (2013 Feb)
Rapidly involuting congenital haemangioma (RICH) of the liver.
Roebuck D, Sebire N, Lehmann E, Barnacle A
Pediatric Radiology, March 2012, vol./is. 42/3(308-14), 0301-0449;1432-1998 (2012 Mar)
Sodium tetradecyl sulphate sclerotherapy for treating venous malformations of the oral and pharyngeal regions in children.
Stimpson P, Hewitt R, Barnacle A, Roebuck DJ, Hartley B
International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, April 2012, vol./is. 76/4(569-73), 0165-5876;1872-8464 (2012 Apr)
Paediatric interventional uroradiology.
Barnacle AM, Wilkinson AG, Roebuck DJ
Cardiovascular & Interventional Radiology, April 2011, vol./is. 34/2(227-40), 0174-1551;1432-086X (2011 Apr)
Malfunctioning central venous catheters in children: a diagnostic approach.
Barnacle A, Arthurs OJ, Roebuck D, Hiorns MP
Pediatric Radiology, April 2008, vol./is. 38/4(363-78, quiz 486-7), 0301-0449;0301-0449 (2008 Apr)
The diagnosis and treatment of:
vascular anomalies, especially vascular malformations such as high flow arteriovenous malformations (AVMs)
lymphatic malformations and venous malformations
minimally invasive keyhole procedures for treating kidney stones in children
BM, MRCP, FRCR.
Dr Barnacle undertook her undergraduate medical training at the University of Southampton. After a variety of specialist posts in paediatric medicine, neonatal intensive care and paediatric surgery on the south coast and in London, she completed training in radiology at Charing Cross and Hammersmith Hospitals in London. This included an 18 month fellowship in paediatric radiology and interventional radiology at Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, followed by a 12-month fellowship in paediatric radiology at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne, Australia.
She was appointed as a consultant in interventional radiology at GOSH in 2004.
She is the lead radiologist in the Vascular Anomalies Service at GOSH with a special interest in children with complex malformations.
She is the lead interventional radiologist in the team of doctors who manage children with kidney stone disease at GOSH, providing keyhole surgical techniques (PCNL and PCCL) for stone removal.
She is a member of:
Society of Pediatric Interventional Radiology (SPIR)
International Society for the Study of Vascular Anomalies (ISSVA)
British Society of Interventional Radiology (BSIR)
Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology Society of Europe (CIRSE)
European Society of Paediatric Radiology (ESPR)
Research interests include the diagnosis and management of vascular anomalies, with particular current research interest into the management of orbital malformations.
Other interests cover a wide spectrum of paediatric interventional radiology procedures, developing new techniques and modifying adult procedures for use in children, as this is a new and rapidly evolving field of medicine.
Interventional Radiology, Department of Radiology, telephone extension: 7943.