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Department of Radiology

Department of Radiology

Abdominal imaging

The abdominal imaging faculty is dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the abdomen and pelvis as well as obstetrical imaging. Abdominal imaging use ultrasound, CT and MRI to image patients with suspected disease in the abdomen or pelvis.  Cross-sectional imaging in the abdomen is performed to examine the liver, pancreas, adrenal, kidneys and pelvic organs.  In addition, the abdominal imaging faculty use ultrasound and MRI to evaluate pregnant patients.  These faculty perform interventional techniques guided by ultrasound or CT including percutaneous tissue biopsy for suspected malignancies, aspiration or drainage of fluid collections, cyst sclerosis and percutaneous radiofrequency ablation (RFA) of tumors in the abdomen or pelvis.

Abdominal imaging faculty

John P. McGahan, M.D.
Raymond Dougherty, M.D.
Eugenio Gerscovich, M.D.
Marijo Gillen, M.D.
Giselle Melendres, M.D.
Michael Reid, M.D.
Tassanee Visis, M.D.
Ramit Lamba, M.D.
Sima Naderi, M.D.
Michael Corwin M.D.
Scott Evans M.D.
Simran Sekon M.D.
Ghaneh Fananapazir M.D.