Dr. Naman Bagdi

Dr. Naman Bagdi
Interventional Radiologist, Pune

MBBS, DNB (Radiodiagnosis), Fellowship Vascular and Interventional Radiology, KEM hospital, Mumbai

Dr. Naman Bagdi is a consultant Interventional Radiologist associated with Ruby Hall Clinic, Jehangir Hospital, Poona Hospital and other hospitals in Pune. He is an expert in Varicose veins - complete management under one roof, from the first consultation to laser treatment.
He is also a specialist for Vascular diseases (diseases involving blood vessels in the body), expert in the latest minimally invasive treatment (no opening up of body. No sutures or scars). 


Consultant Interventional Radiologist, Ruby hall Pune, pune - Currently working here

Consultant Interventional Radiologist , Jehangir Hospital , Pune

Consultant Interventional Radiologist , Poona Hospital

Consultant Interventional Radiologist , Medipoint Hospital Aundh


  • Interventional Radiology


  • Aneurysm Embolization

  • Endovascular Aneurysm Repair

  • Endovascular Procedures

  • Endovascular Stent Grafting

  • Endovenous Ablation of Varicose Veins


  • Expertise in complete management of Varicose Veins, including consultation, Doppler evaluation and advanced LASER surgery.
  • Also minimally invasive suture less treatment of various diseases related to the blood vessels in the body. 


Practice Information

Ruby Hall Clinic, Pune

Ruby Hall Clinic, Pune

40 Sassoon Road, Pune, Maharashtra - 411001

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  •  Isolated intracranial Rosai-Dorfman disease in a child mimicking meningioma: A case report with review of literature. British Journal of Radiology (2011) 84, e138-e141 Corresponding Author.     
  • Dural based primary osteosarcoma in right fronto-temporal region with review of literature Neurology India / Jan-Feb 2010 / Vol 58 / Issue 1 Co-Author
  • Pediatric chronic brain abscess secondary to a retained wooden foreign body: Diagnostic and management dilemmas Indian Journal of Pediatrics (2010) Volume: 77, Issue: 5, Pages: 575-576 Co-Author