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Nandkumar Rawool, MD, RDMS

Contact Dr. Rawool

901 Walnut Street
Suite 704
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-8724

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Evaluation of posterior tibial pathology: Comparison of sonography and MR imaging
  2. Accuracy of office-based ultrasonography of the shoulder for the diagnosis of rotator cuff tears
  3. Power doppler assessment of vascular changes during fracture treatment with low-intensity ultrasound
  4. Comparing contrast-enhanced ultrasound to immunohistochemical markers of angiogenesis in a human melanoma xenograft model: Preliminary results
  5. Contrast enhanced vascular three-dimensional ultrasound imaging
  6. Hepatic tumor detection: MR imaging and conventional US versus pulse-inversion harmonic US of NC100100 during its reticuloendothelial system-specific phase
  7. Contrast-enhanced two- and three-dimensional sonography for evaluation of intra-abdominal hemorrhage
  8. Blood flow estimation with harmonic Flash Echo Imaging
  9. Indirect MR arthrography of the knee: Effects of low-intensity ultrasound on the diffusion rate of intravenously administered Gd-DTPA in healthy volunteers
  10. The role of contrast-enhanced sonography for radiofrequency ablation of liver tumors
  11. Ultrasound of the ankle and foot
  12. Comparison of fundamental and wideband harmonic contrast imaging of liver tumors
  13. Contrast-enhanced 2D and 3D ultrasound for detection of intra-abdominal organ bleeding
  14. Contrast enhanced ultrasound is comparable to MRI for hepatic tumor detection
  15. Gray scale second harmonic imaging of acoustic emission signals improves detection of liver tumors in rabbits
  16. Shear rate estimation using a clinical ultrasound scanner
  17. Blood flow estimation with harmonic flash echo imaging
  18. Effect of filling gases on the backscatter from contrast microbubbles: Theory and in vivo measurements
  19. Tissue-specific US contrast agent for evaluation of hepatic and splenic parenchyma
  20. Increased soft-tissue blood flow in patients with reflex sympathetic dystrophy of the lower extremity revealed by power Doppler sonography
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