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Dr. Amar Udare, MD

Dr. Amar Udare has completed medical school from KEM Hospital Mumbai and radiology residency from Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai. He is a board-certified radiologist. He has also completed fellowships in body imaging from Mumbai and Ottawa and is currently pursuing a fellowship in cross-section imaging at McMaster University, Canada. He has a passion for teaching and his area of interest is body imaging. He started the website, RadioGyan to share radiology resources and cases to help residents and radiologists (#FOAMrad #radiology). He was a semi-finalist for the 2018 and 2020 Aunt-Minnie Most effective Radiology Educator Award. You can read my most recent publications on: PubMed and Google Scholar

IgG4 Autoimmune Pancreatitis and associated anomalies

Sausage shaped pancreas with a hypo-attenuating halo suggestive of autoimmune pancreatitis.

What is an IgG4 Autoimmune Pancreatitis ? Auto-immune pancreatitis is a chronic immune-mediated fibroinflammatory disease primarily involving pancreas responding to steroid therapy. What are the diagnostic criteria for autoimmune IgG4 pancreatitis? The Mayo Clinic HISORt Criteria are used for confirming the diagnosis. Here are the details: What are the two subtypes of autoimmune pancreatitis? Type …

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Spotters Set 61 – Radiology Board Review Cases

Radiology Board Review Cases Spotter Set 61

Radiology Board Review Cases These learning radiology cases have been contributed by Dr. Anuj Aggarwal. Dr. Aggarwal is pursuing his MD in radiology at Vardhman Mahavir Medical College and Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi. You can check out the previous cases uploaded by him (and other authors) on our contributing authors’ page. 10 learning radiology cases. Here are instructions about …

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Atypical Femoral Fracture -What Radiologists need to know?

Radiograph of a patient with atypical Femoral Fracture

What is an atypical femoral fracture ? Also known as Bisphosphonate-related proximal femoral fractures. Type of insufficiency fracture. Usually in patients on long term bisphosphonates (>3-5 years). Can be bilateral in up to 60% of cases, always screen the opposite femur. Changes first occur on the lateral femoral cortex. Subtrochanteric , transverse orientation, lack of …

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Radiology Residency Tips : Beyond the Dark Room || Episode #1 – Dr. Sanjay P Yadav

Radiology Residency tips How to Make the Most of Radiology Residency? Sanjay Yadav

We discuss tips and tricks to make the most of your #radiology residency, radiology #wellbeing, work-life balance, & effective ways to keep yourself motivated during tough times! Do watch the video till the end for some useful Radiology residency tips and tricks! Here are time-stamps: 0:00 Stream starts 2:37 Introduction 5:00 Radiology as a career …

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How to Be a Better Radiologist ? Beyond the Dark Room || Episode #2 – Dr. Anagha Joshi

Anagha Joshi Radiology Interview

A fun conversation with Dr. Anagha Joshi. We discuss her Radiology journey and what helped her excel in her illustrious career. Dr. Joshi talks about how to be a successful radiologist, how to be motivated at your job and how to deal with imposter syndrome with self-doubt. We also discuss her love for Table Tennis …

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Tamoxifen-associated Endometrial Changes

Tamoxifen associated cystic endometrial hyperplasia on Transvaginal ultrasound

What genital tract pathologies are associated with long term Tamoxifen use? Long term Tamoxifen use in patients with breast cancer can cause endometrial polyps, endometrial hyperplasia, cystic endometrial atrophy, adenomyosis, fibroids, ovarian cysts, endometrial carcinoma. What is the most common endometrial pathology associated with Tamoxifen use? Endometrial polyps are the most common endometrial pathology reported …

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Canal of Nuck Cyst

Canal of Nuck cyst MRI and CT

Pathophysiology of the Canal of Nuck Extension of the parietal peritoneum follows the round ligament as it passes to the inguinal canal. Usually gets obliterated. This evagination of the parietal peritoneum =  the canal of Nuck =  female counterpart of processus vaginalis in men. If it is: Completely patent: Avenue for an indirect inguinal hernia …

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Neurofibromatosis (NF) – ALL You Need to Know!

Neurofibromatosis Radiology Case

Introduction Group of genetically and clinically distinct disorders with few overlapping features. Most common phakomatoses. Subtypes: NF1 – Chromosome 17 – Neurofibromin (The word “Neurofibromastosis” has 17 letters!). NF2 – Chromosome 22 (2 is 22). NF3 – non-NF1/NF2 / Schwannomatosis / nonvestibular shwannomas. NF5- Segmental NF1 (old term). Neurofibromatosis 1 AKA von Recklinghausen disease. Autosomal …

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Spotters Set 60 – Learning Radiology Cases 3

Learning radiology cases spotters set 60

 Learning Radiology Cases 3 These learning radiology cases have been contributed by Dr. Anuj Aggarwal. Dr. Aggarwal is pursuing his MD in radiology at Vardhman Mahavir Medical College and Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi. You can check out the previous cases uploaded by him (and other authors) on our contributing authors’ page. 10 learning radiology cases. Here are instructions …

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