Winthrop Radiology

Book Chapters/Syllabi/Miscellaneous Publications

Ortiz AO. Discussion of the importance of clinical follow up and pain management in patients with persistent or recurrent back pain following vertebral augmentation for painful osteoporotic vertebral compression fractures, with Dr. Douglas Philips, as part of the February 2012 issue of the American Journal of Neuroradiology overview.

Katz DS. Acute inflammatory conditions of the GI tract (the ‘itises’). RSP1310 – Acute Conditions of the Abdomen (with Scholz FJ, Gupta RT, and Heiken JP) – available as a CD and on-line through the Radiological Society of North America’s Educational Resources.

Katz DS. American College of Radiology Appropriateness Criteria Panel, Gastrointestinal Radiology. Primary author on 2012 revision of Imaging in suspected small bowel obstruction, and second author on 2012 revision of Imaging of right lower quadrant pain.

Katz DS. Lamba R, Hines JJ, Georgiou NA, Friedel DM. Imaging of pancreatic cystic lesions: imaging and management pitfalls and pearls. Syllabus chapter, pages 71-78, American Roentgen Ray Society annual meeting categorical course, Vancouver, BC, Canada, April 2012.

Replacement lipomatosis. American College of Radiology, “Case-in-Point contribution. Co-author Bordia R.
March 8, 2012.

Bordia R, Alexeeva V, Zhou J, Adamo AA, Katz DS. Ruptured inflammatory pseudotumor of the spleen. Case 9808, EURORAD – Radiologic teaching files – European Radiology. Published April 10, 2012,

Kobes P, Flug JA, Brooks MK, Katz DS. Painful bipartite patella. American College of Radiology Case-in-Point, February 2, 2012.

Price DB. Editor, American College of Radiology Continuous Professional Improvement Series, Neuroradiology, 2012.

Weissman BN, Palestro CJ, Brooks MJ. Imaging of knee arthroplasty. In: Scott WN (ed): Inall and Scott’s Surgery of the Knee, 5th ed. Philadelphia: Churchill-Livingstone, 2012.








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