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Christopher G. Roth, MD

Contact Dr. Roth

2301 South Broad Street
2nd Floor Radiology
Philadelphia, PA 19148

(215) 952-9150
(215) 952-9965 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Interpreting body MRI cases: what you need to know to get started
  2. Hepatocellular carcinoma after locoregional therapy: Magnetic resonance imaging findings in falsely negative exams
  3. Yield of Preoperative Whole-body CT in Patients Presenting with Single Brain Malignancy: Experience at a Tertiary-care Center
  4. Acute nontraumatic splenic infarctions at a tertiary-care center: causes and predisposing factors in 123 patients
  5. Research Challenges and Opportunities for Clinically Oriented Academic Radiology Departments
  6. Erratum to: Identifying decreased peristalsis of abnormal small bowel segments in Crohn’s disease using cine MR enterography: the frozen bowel sign
  7. Identifying decreased peristalsis of abnormal small bowel segments in Crohn’s disease using cine MR enterography: the frozen bowel sign
  8. Hepatocellular carcinoma and other hepatic malignancies: MR imaging
  9. Streamlining image quality assurance with the technique logger in the example case of radiograph scratch artifacts
  10. Hepatic MR imaging techniques, optimization, and artifacts
  11. Cine MR Enterography Grading of Small Bowel Peristalsis. Evaluation of the Antiperistaltic Effectiveness of Sublingual Hyoscyamine Sulfate.
  12. Hepatocellular Carcinoma Likelihood on MRI Exams. Evaluation of a Standardized Categorization System
  13. Fundamentals of Body MRI
  14. Exophytic renal masses: Angular interface with renal parenchyma for distinguishing benign from malignant lesions at MR imaging
  15. Optimizing abdominal MR imaging: Approaches to common problems
  16. MR imaging of the TMJ: A pictorial essay
  17. Evaluation of the hypertensive infant: A rational approach to diagnosis
  18. Gastrointestinal/genitourinary case of the day. Incarcerated inguinal hernia of the left fallopian tube and ovary.
  19. Gastrointestinal/Genitourinary Case of the Day
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