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Adam Flanders, MD

Contact Dr. Flanders

132 South 10th Street
Suite 1080B, Main Building
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-2430
(215) 955-8741 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Saving the ischemic penumbra: Endovascular thrombolysis versus medical treatment
  2. Streamlining image quality assurance with the technique logger in the example case of radiograph scratch artifacts
  3. Arachnoiditis ossificans: Clinical series and review of the literature
  4. CT perfusion-guided versus time-guided mechanical recanalization in acute ischemic stroke patients
  5. Meaningful use for radiology: Current status and future directions
  6. Trainee report dashboard: Tool for enhancing feedback to radiology trainees about their reports
  7. QRSE: A novel metric for the evaluation of trainee radiologist reporting skills
  8. MR imaging predictors of molecular profile and survival: Multi-institutional study of the TCGA glioblastoma data set
  9. Intracranial vertebral artery dissections: Evolving perspectives
  10. Clinical diagnosis and prognosis following spinal cord injury
  11. Radiology Reporting and Communications. A Look Forward
  12. Radiology report comparator: A novel method to augment resident education
  13. Nitrous oxide myelopathy posing as spinal cord injury: Case report
  14. Challenges encountered and lessons learned in initial experience with the next generation of interactive radiology literature in RadioGraphics
  15. Imaging algorithm for discitis, epidural, and paraspinal infection
  16. The relative effect of vendor variability in CT perfusion results: A method comparison study
  17. Informatics in radiology envisioning the future of e-learning in radiology: An introduction to SCORM
  18. Moving the mission Forward: Annual report from the RSNA Radiology Informatics Committee for 2010
  19. Sources of variability in computed tomography perfusion: Implications for acute stroke management
  20. Effect of spinal segment variants on numbering vertebral levels at lumbar MR imaging