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. Thoracic spinal osteochondroma: A rare presentation of spinal cord compression
  2. Enhancing the radiologist-patient relationship through improved communication: A quantitative readability analysis in spine radiology
  3. Contrast-Enhanced Chest Computed Tomography Reveals Treatable Causes of Cerebral Abscesses in Patients without Antecedent Surgery or Trauma
  4. Variability in diagnostic error rates of 10 MRI centers performing lumbar spine MRI examinations on the same patient within a 3-week period
  5. 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?
  6. Update on New Imaging Techniques for Trauma
  7. Imaging spinal stenosis
  8. Imaging of trauma of the spine
  9. Goat horn-induced intracranial emphysema and orbital injury
  10. CT-guided Cervical Bone Biopsy in 43 Patients: Diagnostic Yield and Safety at Two Large Tertiary Care Hospitals
  11. Imaging of Spinal Cord Injury: Acute Cervical Spinal Cord Injury, Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy, and Cord Herniation
  12. Marketing a Radiology Practice
  13. A PACS-Integrated Tool to Automatically Extract Patient History From Prior Radiology Reports
  14. Oh, my aching back! a review of spinal arthropathies
  15. A combinatorial radiographic phenotype may stratify patient survival and be associated with invasion and proliferation characteristics in glioblastoma
  16. Can anatomic level of injury on MRI predict neurological level in acute cervical spinal cord injury?
  17. Spinal trauma and spinal cord injury
  18. Multicenter imaging outcomes study of The Cancer Genome Atlas glioblastoma patient cohort: Imaging predictors of overall and progression-free survival
  19. Traumatic injury of the spine
  20. Severe human parechovirus type 3 myocarditis and encephalitis in an adolescent with hypogammaglobulinemia