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Adam Flanders, MD

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

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

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Imaging of the thoracic and lumbar spine in a high volume level 1 trauma center: are reformatted images of the spine essential for screening in blunt trauma?
  2. Goat horn-induced intracranial emphysema and orbital injury
  3. Oh, my aching back! a review of spinal arthropathies
  4. A combinatorial radiographic phenotype may stratify patient survival and be associated with invasion and proliferation characteristics in glioblastoma
  5. Can anatomic level of injury on MRI predict neurological level in acute cervical spinal cord injury?
  6. Spinal trauma and spinal cord injury
  7. A PACS-Integrated Tool to Automatically Extract Patient History From Prior Radiology Reports
  8. Traumatic injury of the spine
  9. Severe human parechovirus type 3 myocarditis and encephalitis in an adolescent with hypogammaglobulinemia
  10. Black as night
  11. Saving the ischemic penumbra: Endovascular thrombolysis versus medical treatment
  12. Common data elements for spinal cord injury clinical research: A National Institute for Neurological Disorders and Stroke project
  13. Multicenter imaging outcomes study of The Cancer Genome Atlas glioblastoma patient cohort: Imaging predictors of overall and progression-free survival
  14. Addition of MR imaging features and genetic biomarkers strengthens glioblastoma survival prediction in TCGA patients
  15. Comprehensive, integrative genomic analysis of diffuse lower-grade gliomas
  16. Imaging genomic mapping of an invasive MRI phenotype predicts patient outcome and metabolic dysfunction: A TCGA glioma phenotype research group project
  17. Streamlining image quality assurance with the technique logger in the example case of radiograph scratch artifacts
  18. Morning glory disc anomaly with Chiari type I malformation.
  19. Informatics leaders in radiology: Who they are and why you need them
  20. Tracing superior longitudinal fasciculus connectivity in the human brain using high resolution diffusion tensor tractography