Department of RadiologyBeth Israel Deaconess Medical Center330 Brookline Ave., TCC-4Boston, MA 02215Abdominal Imaging Body MRI Breast Imaging Cardiothoracic Imaging Musculoskeletal Imaging NeuroradiologyDepartment ofRadiology:MusculoskeletalImaging &InterventionFellowshipProgram

Program OverviewOur department prides itself on being supportive of its fellows and places strong emphasis on the qualityof teaching on a person-to-person basis. Please see our y didactic morning conferences are held for the residents. The fellows are welcomed to attend theseconferences as their schedule permits. Department faculty, residents and fellows provide most didacticlectures, with frequent lectures from outside HMS faculty, past residents, as well as guest lecturers fromaround the world. Visiting professors from other major teaching centers in the United States and abroadspend varying periods of time in the Department. Some have taken sabbatical leave at the Beth IsraelDeaconess Medical Center.Medical CenterRadiology also has a close working relationship with a number of clinical services outside ourdepartment, which allows Radiology to participate in a number of management conferences, includingMedical Management, Melanoma Management and Urology Management, as well as Chest, Pancreaticobiliary, and Liver conferences; Medical Grand Rounds, Surgical Grand Rounds, and others.BostonThere are many great medical conferences sponsored not only by Harvard-affiliated programs, but alsoby a number of other medical centers. The monthly New England Roentgen Ray Society meeting is oneof the more popular Radiology meetings that also includes a special program for residents and fellows.Seminars and lectures in radiology are also held at adjacent Harvard-affiliated hospitals which includethe Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Boston Children’s Hospital.Current Radiology Fellowships*: Abdominal ImagingBody MRIBreast ImagingCardiothoracic l Radiology:Due to the creation of theintegrated and independentIR residency programs, thevascular and interventionalradiology fellowshipprogram is no longeraccepting applications formatriculation.For more ted-pathway-residency2

Musculoskeletal Imaging & InterventionMatch ProgramsTimelineImportant Dates*Interview Embargo DatesInterviews may beginDecember 1NRMP DatesInterviews completedMarch 31Match DayJune 13 (as determined by the NRMP)*Exception: Internal candidates, international candidates, military candidates, and spouses are excluded fromthe embargo date timelinePlease note that MSK accepts both the standard application as well as the SSR application (see pg. 14)OverviewThe Department of Radiology at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts,offers a fellowship training program in Musculoskeletal (MSK) Imaging. The program provides advancedsubspecialty training and skills to enable fellows to function as expert diagnostic consultants andpractitioners in the field of MSK imaging. Graduates of our program have gone on to successful careersin both academic and private practices around the country. We have an active imaging service with highreferrals related to sports medicine, rheumatology, podiatry, and orthopedic oncology. We are a tertiaryreferral center in New England for bone and soft tissue tumors. The MSK fellows are fully integratedinto our program and run the musculoskeletal imaging service with close staff supervision. Fellows areactively involved in all procedures with graded responsibility in image-guided interventional procedures,including arthrograms, therapeutic injections, ultrasound guided bursal and tendon sheath injections,and musculoskeletal biopsies. Fellows perform and interpret MSK ultrasound studies and procedures.The Musculoskeletal Imaging Section is staffed by 3 full time and 3 part-time attending radiologistswho specialize in musculoskeletal imaging and intervention. Together we create a collegial atmospheresupportive of fellows’ educational and professional development.3

PROGRAM GOALSConferences1. To provide an organized, comprehensive andhighly supervised educational experiencein musculoskeletal radiology so that fellowsupon completion of the program will functionas independent MSK consultants andpractitioners in private practice or academicsettings.We have developed a weekly didactic lectureand case conference program tailored for thefellowship-level trainee, encompassing topics suchas MRI protocol optimization, bone and soft tissuetumors, post-operative shoulder imaging, hipimaging, nerve entrapment, MSK ultrasound, MRevaluation of bone marrow, to name a few.2. To train fellows in the selection, performanceand interpretation of diagnostic imagingstudies of the musculoskeletal system, suchas computed tomography (CT), magneticresonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound (US),nuclear medicine and plain film radiography.Fellows are responsible for running several weeklyand monthly clinical conferences, includingorthopedic oncology, sports medicine, foot andankle, QA and follow-up, and rheumatology.We have a joint monthly journal club with theradiologists at the New England Baptist Hospitaldirected at fellow-level learning.3. To train the fellows in the selection,performance and interpretation of invasivediagnostic and interventional proceduressuch as arthrography, joint injections andaspirations, CT and US guided biopsies ofthe MSK system, and US guided therapeuticinterventions.Fellows enjoy teaching medical students andradiology residents who rotate on service with us.In addition, they prepare case conferences andboard reviews for the radiology residents and endof-year lecture.4. To train our fellows to be effectivecollaborators and medical consultants withsufficient experience to advise referringclinicians on the most expeditious and efficientimaging techniques to answer musculoskeletalimaging problems.The MSK section is involved in many aspects ofresearch, from MR pulse sequence development tocollaboration with our MR researchers, orthopedicsurgeons, rheumatologists and internal medicinecolleagues, as well as medical education. Wehave special research interests relating to MSKinterventional procedures, musculoskeletaltumors, muscle imaging, bone densitometry, andsports medicine. Beth Israel Deaconess MedicalCenter is internationally recognized for its MRIresearch.CurriculumWe have created a 1-year MSK fellowship-levelcurriculum that builds on material learned andskills acquired in the 4 year radiology residency.The curriculum provides explicit goals andlearning objectives for the fellows with a roadmap for the year’s learning, and draws from casematerial encountered in daily read-outs.We have created a shared directory of helpfuljournal articles that can be easily accessed by thefellows on all subjects within MSK radiology, tohelp with case work and readouts as questionsarise. Our didactic lectures have been placed intothe shared directory. We are vested in our fellows’learning and success not only in our program butas our future colleagues wherever you decide topractice.4ResearchWe mentor our MSK fellows in research projectswhen they begin their fellowships; academic timeis provided. MSK fellows will complete at least oneresearch project and one outcome project duringtheir fellowship year at BIDMC.Clinical VolumeOur annual study volume includes over 8000musculoskeletal MRI and 3000 musculoskeletal CTexams; 2000 MSK ultrasound exams, and 60,000radiograph studies. We performed over 2000 jointinjections annually, of which approximately 1000of these are arthrogram procedures. Additionalprocedures include approximately 250 imagingguided musculoskeletal biopsies performed underCT and US guidance.

FacilitiesApplication RequirementsBeth Israel Deaconess Medical Center is a busy620 bed teaching hospital and Level I TraumaCenter major teaching hospital of Harvard MedicalSchool. The Medical Center includes activeOrthopedic, Spine and Rheumatology services, aswell as the Joslin Diabetes Clinic and its PodiatryDivision. BIDMC is a major New England referralcenter for orthopedic oncology cases.Applicants must have completed a radiologyresidency program accredited by the ACGMEor Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons ofCanada by the time they start their fellowshipat BIDMC. Applicants must be certified orqualified for certification by the American Boardof Radiology and have obtained a Massachusettsmedical license by the beginning of the fellowship.Currently our facilities include:Your application must include: 1. SSR Fellowship application (see pg. 14)8 Multidetector CT; 32-320 slice, including1 dedicated 64-slice MDCT scanner in theemergency department; four scanners with CTfluoroscopy capability for CT-guided biopsies2. Curriculum vitae3. Personal statement 8 MR systems (Two 3T, Six 1.5T)4. A letter of recommendation from yourprogram director or current director 2 small bore high field MR systems5. Two additonal letters of recommendation 1 PET/CT and 1 SPECT/CT6. USMLE scores, steps 1-3 1 dedicated biplane angiographysuite for diagnostic and interventionalneuroangiography and spinal proceduresIf you have any questions, please contact:7. Medical school transcript and Dean’s LetterSamantha SarblahFellowship Program [email protected] 1 dedicated biplane angiography suitefor diagnostic and interventionalneuroangiography and spinal procedures 1 dedicated Philips iU22 for diagnostic andinterventional MSK US examinations State-of-the-art 3D laboratory with dedicatedworkstations: AW and VitreaPlease email application materialsto Samantha Sarblah at: PACS: GE Centricity. Musculoskeletal studiesfrom five outpatient centers and twocommunity hospitals are also read by theSection at BIDMC, via [email protected] Fellowship ProgramDepartment of RadiologyBeth Israel Deaconess Medical Center330 Brookline AvenueBoston, MA 02215

MSK FACULTYMSKJim S. Wu, MDUltrasoundat BIDMCChief, Musculoskeletal Imaging & Intervention, BIDMCAssociate Professor of Radiology, Harvard Medical SchoolCT-guided biopsyof a right femorallesionLong axis ultrasoundimage of the left shoulderdemonstrating a fullthickness supraspinatustendon tear.Ultrasoundguidance for firstMTP joint steroidinjectionFellowship:Yale New Haven Hospital in MusculoskeletalRadiology, 2005Residency:Yale New Haven Hospital in DiagnosticRadiology, 2004 (Chief Resident, 2003)Internship:Internal Medicine, Lahey Clinic Medical CenterBurlington, MA, 2000Medical School:Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX, 1999Link to Harvard Catalyst iles/display/Person/86889Contact: [email protected]“For residents, fellows, andothers needing to cover theessentials of bone lesionimaging, this book is highlyrecommended.”Long axis ultrasound image demonstrating fusiformthickening of the Achilles tendon with increasedvascular flow consistent with tendinosis– Reviewed byChris W. Davison, MBChBRadiology February 2013Ultrasound guidance for aspiration and steroidinjection of left Achilles paratenonitis6

MSK FACULTYJennifer Ní Mhuircheartaigh,MD [MB, BCh, BAO, M Med Sci,FFR (RSCI), MD]Director, MSK Imaging & Intervention Fellowship ProgramStaff Radiologist, Musculoskeletal Imaging & Intervention /Community and Interventional RadiologyInstructor in Radiology, Harvard Medical SchoolFellowships at BIDMC: Abdominal Imaging and Intervention, 2011 Body Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 2012 Vascular and Interventional Radiology, 2013 Musculoskeletal Imaging, 2014Residency: Surgery, Galway University Hospitals, MayoGeneral Hospital, RCSI, 2004 Radiology Specialist Registrar, GalwayUniversity Hospital, RCSI, 2010Internship: Medicine, Galway Regional Hospital, Galway,IRL, 2001 Surgery, Mayo General Hospital, Mayo, IRL,2002Medical School: MB BCh BAO - National University of Ireland,Galway, 2001 M Med Sci - National University of Ireland,Galway, 2005 MD - National University of Ireland, Galway,2012Link to Harvard Catalyst ilesdisplay/Person/90825Contact: jnimhui[email protected] Eisenberg, MDStaff Radiologist, Thoracic Imaging& Musculoskeletal ImagingProfessor of Radiology, Harvard Medical SchoolFellowship:Magnetic Resonance Imaging,University of California School of Medicine,San Diego, CA 1987Residency:Diagnostic Radiology,University of California, San Francisco, CA 1975Diagnostic Radiology, Massachusetts GeneralHospital, Boston, MA 1971Internship:Mount Zion Medical CenterSan Francisco, CA 1970Medical School:University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine,Philadelphia, PA 1969Accomplishments:The author of 19 books in radiology, Dr.Eisenberg has specialized in interpreting largevolumes of conventional radiographs.As a non-practicing attorney and member ofthe California Bar, he has authored a book onradiology and the law. He has completed adoctoral degree in Jewish Studies and is theauthor of 6 published books in that field.Link to Harvard Catalyst iles/display/Person/75562Contact: [email protected]

MSK FACULTYWonsuk Kim, MD, MS, MAAparna Komarraju, MD, MHA(Coming July 2019Staff Radiologist, MSK Imaging & Intervention / CommunityRadiology;Instructor in Radiology, Harvard Medical SchoolStaff Radiologist, MSK Imaging & InterventionInstructor in Radiology, Harvard Medical SchoolFellowship:Fellowship:Musculoskeletel Radiology, Banner University ofArizona Medical Center, Tucson, AZMusculoskeletal RadiologyUniversity of Texas, Southwestern MedicalCenter, Dallas, TXResidency:Residency: Neurosurgery, Penn State Hershey MedicalCenter, Hershey, PADiagnostic Radiology, UAMS, Little Rock, AR Radiology, UC Davis Medical Center,Sacramento, CAInternships:MedicineMahatma Gandhi Memorial HospitalAndhra Pradesh, IndiaInternship:Neurosurgery, Penn State Hershey MedicalCenter, Hershey, PAMedicineUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences(UAMS), Little Rock, ARMedical School:University of Washington School of Medicine,Seattle, WAMedical Degrees:Dr. Kung also holds BS and MA degrees in Physicsas well as an MS in Electrical Engineering andhas had significant experience as a softwareengineer/designer and research scientist prior tojoining BIDMC Radiology.MHA (Health Administration)Midwestern State UniversityWichita Falls, TXMD - Kakatiya Medical CollegeAndhra Pradesh, IndiaContact: @bidmc.harvard.eduContact: [email protected]í Mhuircheartaigh J, McMahon C, Lin YC, Wu J. Diagnostic yield of percutaneous biopsy for scleroticbone lesions: Influence of mean Hounsfield units. Clin Imaging. 2017 Jul 4;46:53-56. PMID: 28728015.8

MSK FACULTYJustin Kung, MDJackie J. Lian, MDStaff Radiologist, MSK Imaging & Intervention / CommunityRadiology; Director of Musculoskeletal Radiology QualityImprovement; Director, Radiology Network Integration &Acute Care Services, BIDMCAssistant Professor of Radiology, Harvard Medical SchoolStaff Radiologist, MSK Imaging & Intervention / CommunityRadiology;Instructor in Radiology, Harvard Medical SchoolFellowship:Musculoskeletal Radiology (Chief Fellow), BethIsrael Deaconess Medical Center, 2010Musculoskeletal Imaging, St. Joseph’s Healthcareand Juravinski Cancer Center, McMasterUniversity, Hamilton, ON, CanadaResidency:Radiology, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center,2009Residency:Internship:Transitonal Internship, Albert Einstein / JeffersonMedical School, Philadelphia, PA, 2005Medical School:University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine,Philadelphia, PA, 2005Currently, Dr. Kung divides his time betweenmusculoskeletal radiology at BIDMC in Bostonand general radiology at BIDMC affiliatedhospitals.Link to Harvard Catalyst iles/display/Person/34411Contact: [email protected]:Diagnostic Radiology, McGill University HealthCenter (MUHC), McGill University, Montreal,CanadaMedical School:Medicine (Advanced French Medical TerminologyCertificate), University of OttawaOttawa, ON, CanadaDr. Lian also comes to BIDMC Radiology with aBachelor of Science Degree in Engineering andEngineering Chemistry from Queen’s University,Kingston, ON, CanadaContact: [email protected]

Alumni Fellows 2003-2018Current positionsAnnese, Christian MD2007 - 2008Progressive Health,LLCEnglewood Cliffs, NJGlazier, David MD2014 -2015Radiologist, Portsmouth RadiologicalAssociates Derry, New HampshireAwan, Omer MD2013 - 2014Assistant Professor of Musculoskeletal Radiology,Temple University Health SystemKhatami, David MD, PhD2017 - 2018Radiologist, private practiceVIA RadiologySeattle, WashingtonBaldwin, Michael T. MD2012 - 2013UConn HealthAssistant Professor of RadiologyUniversity of Connecticut School of MedicineKlein, Devon MD2004 -2005Radiology Department, Lenox Hill HospitalChief Musculoskeletal Imaging, New York, NYBuetow, Stephen J. MD2006 - 2007Private PracticeMt. Baker ImagingBellingham WA 98225Kung, Justin MD2009 - 2010MSK attendingVice Chair, Network Integration & BusinessDevelopment; Chief, Acute & Ambulatory CareServices, BIDMCAssistant Professor of Radiology, HMSCohen, Micah G. MD2014 - 2015Assistant ProfessorEinstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, PALee, Brian H. MD2017 - 2018Radiologist, private practiceCoastal ImagingRed Bank, NJColeman, Stephanie MD, MPH2015 - 2016Radiologist, Kaiser Permanente Baldwin ParkMedical Center, Baldwin Park, CALong, Suzanne MD2009 - 2010Assistant Professor,Radiology Residency Program DirectorThomas Jefferson University HospitalPhiladelphia, PAEvangelista, Peter T. MD2003 - 2004Associate Professor of Diagnostic Imaging,MSK Section ChiefWarren Alpert Medical SchoolBrown University, RIMangrulkar, Vaibhav MD2008 - 2009Radiologist, Private practice:Department of RadiologyClara Mass Medical CenterBelleville, NJFarraher, Steven MD2005 - 2006Spectrum Medical Group98 Campus AvenueLewiston, MEMcGuire, Shawn MD2006 - 2007Radiologist, Private practiceMadison RadiologistsMadison, WIGeary, Michael MD2008 - 2009Commonwealth Radiology Associates(North Shore Medical Center/Salem Hospital)Salem, MAGershater, Elize MD2011-2012Radiologist, Toronto General HospitalToronto Canada10

Alumni Fellows 2003-2018Current positionsAnnese, Christian MD2007 - 2008Progressive Health,LLCEnglewood Cliffs, NJMcMahon, Colm J. MB BAO BCh2007 – 2008Commonwealth Radiology AssociatesSalem, MA (formerly HMS Assistant Professor,BIDMC)Awan, Omer MD2013 - 2014Assistant Professor of Musculoskeletal Radiology,Temple University Health SystemMelenevsky, Yulia MD2010 - 2011Chief, Musculoskeletal Radiology / AssociateProfessor of Radiology, Rheumatology andOrthopedic Surgery, Augusta University[formerly Georgia Regents University]Baldwin, Michael T. MD2012 - 2013UConn HealthAssistant Professor of RadiologyUniversity of Connecticut School of MedicineNÍ Mhuircheartaigh, Jennifer MD, MMedSci2013 - 2014Radiology attending in MSK & intervention/Community/IRCo-Director, MSK Imaging & InterventionFellowship Program, BIDMCInstructor in Radiology, HMSBuetow, Stephen J. MD2006 - 2007Private PracticeMt. Baker ImagingBellingham WA 98225Patel, Jay MD2011-2012Quantum Radiology, Marietta, GACohen, Micah G. MD2014 - 2015Assistant ProfessorEinstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, PAPrincewill, Kelechi MD2012- 2013Radiologist Private practice,Quantum Imaging, Lewisberry, PAColeman, Stephanie MD, MPH2015 - 2016Radiologist, Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park MedicalCenter, Baldwin Park, CAProber, Allen S. MD2016 - 2017Radiologist, Private practice:Clara Mass Medical Center, Belleville, NJEvangelista, Peter T. MD2003 - 2004Associate Professor of Diagnostic Imaging,MSK Section ChiefWarren Alpert Medical SchoolBrown University, RIRedmond, Patrick MD2015-2016Radiologist Private practice –L&M Radiology, Lawrence, MAFarraher, Steven MD2005 - 2006Spectrum Medical Group98 Campus AvenueLewiston, MEShif, Yuri MD2016 - 2017MSK Radiologist,Saint Luke’s Hospital,Kansas City, MOGeary, Michael MD2008 - 2009Commonwealth Radiology Associates(North Shore Medical Center/Salem Hospital)Salem, MASiegel, Daniel MD2010 - 2011Clinical Associate Professor,Program Director, MSK Radiology FellowshipProgramHenry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI11

MSK Publications2017-2018Agarwal MD, Resnick EL, Mhuircheartaigh JN, Mortele KJ. MRImaging of the Female Perineum: Clitoris, Labia, and Introitus.Magn Reson Imaging Clin N Am. 2017 Aug;25(3):435-455.Review. PMID: 28668154.Anderson ME, Wu JS, Vargas SO. CORR ( ) Tumor Board: Is ThereBenefit to Free Over Pedicled Vascularized Grafts in AugmentingTibial Intercalary Allograft Constructs? Clin Orthop Relat Res.2017 May;475(5):1319-1321. PMID: 28281138.Anderson ME, Wu JS, Vargas SO. CORR ( ) Tumor Board: DoOrthopaedic Oncologists Agree on the Diagnosis and Treatmentof Cartilage Tumors of the Appendicular Skeleton? Clin OrthopRelat Res. 2017 Sep;475(9):2172-2175. Review. PMID: 28589333;PMCID: PMC5539037.Anderson ME, Wu JS, Vargas SO. CORR Tumor Board:Micrometastatic Drug Screening Platform Shows HeterogeneousResponse to MAP Chemotherapy in Osteosarcoma Cell Lines. ClinOrthop Relat Res. 2018 May 24. PMID: 29846201.Asch E, Shah SH, Berkowitz S, Mehta S, Eisenberg RL, JayadevanR, Connolly C, Slanetz PJ. Resident Idea System: A Novel Toolto Engage Trainees in Quality Improvement at the InstitutionalLevel. J Am Coll Radiol. 2017 Feb;14(2):256-261. PMID: 27815057.Austin DC, Wu JS, Spentzos D, Goldsmith JD, Anderson ME. ACollision Tumor Involving a Primary Leiomyosarcoma of the LowerExtremity and a Metastatic Medullary Thyroid Carcinoma: A CaseReport. JBJS Case Connect. 2017 Oct-Dec;7(4):e90. doi: 10.2106/JBJS.CC.17.00041. PMID: 29286973.Becker-Weidman D, Mhuircheartaigh JN, Mortele KJ. The skinnyon skin: MRI features of cutaneous and subcutaneous lesionsdetected on body MRI studies. Abdom Radiol (NY). 2018 Mar 10.doi: 10.1007/s00261-018-1543-y. Review. PMID: 29525881.Boos J, Fang J, Snell A, Hallett D, Siewert B, Eisenberg RL, BrookOR. Electronic Kiosks for Patient Satisfaction Survey in Radiology.AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2017 Mar;208(3):577-584. PMID: 28004975.Chang CD, Wei J, Goldsmith JD, Gebhardt MC, Wu JS. MRI guidedneedle localization in a patient with recurrence pleomorphicsarcoma and post-operative scarring. Skeletal Radiol. 2017Jul;46(7):975-981. PMID: 28280850.Chang CD, Wu JS. MR Imaging Findings in Heel Pain. MagnReson Imaging Clin N Am. 2017 Feb;25(1):79-93. Review. PMID:27888853.Chang CD, Wu JS. Imaging of Musculoskeletal Soft TissueInfection. Semin Roentgenol. 2017 Jan;52(1):55-62. PMID:28434505.Chang CD, Wu JS, Mhuircheartaigh JN, Hochman MG,Rodriguez EK, Appleton PT, Mcmahon CJ. Effect of sarcopenia onclinical and surgical outcome in elderly patients with proximalfemur fractures. Skeletal Radiol. 2018 Jun;47(6):771-777. Epub2017 Dec 15. PMID: 29247259.Deng CY, Lin YC, Wu JS, Cheung YC, Fan CW, Yeh KY, McMahonCJ. Progressive Sarcopenia in Patients With Colorectal CancerPredicts Survival. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2018 Jan 24:1-7. PMID:29364725.Eisenberg RL. Selecting Cases for Resident Interpretationto Enhance the Teaching Experience. Acad Radiol. 2018Mar;25(3):263-264. PMID: 29174206.12Eisenberg RL, Heidinger BH. Low Yield of Chest Radiography inGeneral Inpatients and Outpatients with “Positive PPD” Resultsin a Country with Low Prevalence of TB. Acad Radiol. 2017Jul;24(7):846-850. PMID: 28153574.Eisenberg RL, Ngo LH, Heidinger BH, Bankier AA. HonoraryAuthorship in Radiologic Research Articles: Assessment ofPattern and Longitudinal Evolution. Acad Radiol. 2018 Mar 16.pii: S1076-6332(18)30109-0. PMID: 29555566.Expert Panel on Musculoskeletal Imaging:, Bencardino JT, StoneTJ, Roberts CC, Appel M, Baccei SJ, Cassidy RC, Chang EY, Fox MG,Greenspan BS, Gyftopoulos S, Hochman MG, Jacobson JA, MintzDN, Mlady GW, Newman JS, Rosenberg ZS, Shah NA, Small KM,Weissman BN. ACR Appropriateness Criteria( ) Stress (Fatigue/Insufficiency) Fracture, Including Sacrum, Excluding OtherVertebrae. J Am Coll Radiol. 2017 May;14(5S):S293-S306. PMID:28473086.Expert Panel on Musculoskeletal Imaging, Hochman MG,Melenevsky YV, Metter DF, Roberts CC, Bencardino JT, CassidyRC, Fox MG, Kransdorf MJ, Mintz DN, Shah NA, Small KM, SmithSE, Tynus KM, Weissman BN. ACR Appropriateness Criteria( )Imaging After Total Knee Arthroplasty. J Am Coll Radiol. 2017Nov;14(11S):S421-S448. PMID: 29101982.Expert Panel on Musculoskeletal Imaging:, Jacobson JA, RobertsCC, Bencardino JT, Appel M, Arnold E, Baccei SJ, Cassidy RC,Chang EY, Fox MG, Greenspan BS, Gyftopoulos S, HochmanMG, Mintz DN, Newman JS, Rosenberg ZS, Shah NA, Small KM,Weissman BN. ACR Appropriateness Criteria( ) Chronic ExtremityJoint Pain-Suspected Inflammatory Arthritis. J Am Coll Radiol.2017 May;14(5S):S81-S89. PMID: 28473097.Expert Panel on Musculoskeletal Imaging:, Ward RJ, Roberts CC,Bencardino JT, Arnold E, Baccei SJ, Cassidy RC, Chang EY, Fox MG,Greenspan BS, Gyftopoulos S, Hochman MG, Mintz DN, NewmanJS, Reitman C, Rosenberg ZS, Shah NA, Small KM, Weissman BN.ACR Appropriateness Criteria( ) Osteoporosis and Bone MineralDensity. J Am Coll Radiol. 2017 May;14(5S):S189-S202. PMID:28473075.Fang J, Boos J, Cohen MP, Kruskal JB, Eisenberg R, Siewert B,Brook OR. Radiologists’ Experience With Patient Interactionsin the Era of Open Access of Patients to Radiology Reports. JAm Coll Radiol. 2018 Jan 2. pii: S1546-1440(17)31354-6. PMID:29305077.Fang J, Franconeri A, Boos J, Nimhuircheartaigh J, Zhang Z,Brook A, Brook OR. Opportunistic Bone Density Measurement onAbdomen and Pelvis Computed Tomography to Predict FractureRisk in Women Aged 50 to 64 Years Without OsteoporosHeffernan EJ, Moran DE, Gerstenmaier JF, McCarthy CJ, HegartyC, McMahon CJ. Accuracy of 64-section MDCT in the diagnosisof cruciate ligament tears. Clin Radiol. 2017 Jul;72(7):611.e1-611.e8. PMID: 28214478.Hochman MG. Preface. MR Imaging of the Foot and Ankle[Special Issue] Magn Reson Imaging Clin N Am. 2017Feb;25(1):xvii-xviii. doi: 10.1016/j.mric.2016.09.004. PMID:27888856. [Editorial]Hochman MG, Wu JS. MR Imaging of Common Soft TissueMasses in the Foot and Ankle. Magn Reson Imaging Clin N Am.2017 Feb;25(1):159-181. Review. PMID: 27888846.Hsuan HF, Lin YC, Chiu CH, Ni Mhuircheartaigh J, Juan YH,Chan YS, Wu JS. Posterior cruciate ligament tears in Taiwan: ananalysis of 140 surgically treated cases. Clin Imaging. 2016 SepOct;40(5):856-60. PMID: 27179152.

MSK Publications2017-2018Hughes AJ, DeBuitleir C, Soden P, O’Donnchadha B, TanseyA, Abdulkarim A, McMahon C, Hurson CJ. 3D Printing AidsAcetabular Reconstruction in Complex Revision Hip Arthroplasty.Adv Orthop. 2017;2017:8925050.doi: 10.1155/2017/8925050. PMID: 28168060; PMCID:PMC5259605.Itri JN, Bakow E, Probyn L, Kadom N, Duong PT, Gettle LM,Mendiratta-Lala M, Scali EP, Winokur RS, Zygmont ME, KungJW, Rosenkrantz AB. The Science of Quality Improvement. AcadRadiol. 2017 Mar;24(3):253-262. Review. PMID: 28193375.McMahon CJ, Ramappa A, Lee K. The Extensor Mechanism:Imaging and Intervention. Semin Musculoskelet Radiol. 2017Apr;21(2):89-101. PMID: 28355673.Metitiri O, Ghorbanhoseini M, Zurakowski D, Hochman MG,Nazarian A, Kwon JY. Accuracy and Measurement Error ofthe Medial Clear Space of the Ankle. Foot Ankle Int. 2017Apr;38(4):443-451. Epub 2016 Nov 29. PMID: 27903794.Murphey MD, Roberts CC, Bencardino JT, Appel M, ArnoldE, Chang EY, Dempsey ME, Fox MG, Fries IB, Greenspan BS,Hochman MG, Jacobson JA, Mintz DN, Newman JS, RosenbergZS, Rubin DA, Small KM, Weissman BN. ACR AppropriatenessCriteria Osteonecrosis of the Hip. J Am Coll Radiol. 2016Feb;13(2):147-55. PMID: 26846390.Murphy IG, NiMhurchu E, Gibney RG, McMahon CJ. MRI-directedcognitive fusion-guided biopsy of the anterior prostate tumors.Diagn Interv Radiol. 2017 Mar-Apr;23(2):87-93. PMID: 28074780;PMCID: PMC5338586.Nemec U, Heidinger B, Sokas C, Chu L, Eisenberg RL. DiagnosingSarcopenia on Thoracic Computed Tomography: QuantitativeAssessment of Skeletal Muscle Mass in Patients UndergoingTranscatheter Aortic Valve Replacement. Acad Radiol. 2017Sep;24(9):1154-1161. PMID: 28365235.Ni Mhuircheartaigh JM, Lee KS, Curry MP, Pedrosa I, MorteleKJ. Early Peribiliary Hyperenhancement on MRI in Patients withPrimary Sclerosing Cholangitis: Significance and Association withthe Mayo Risk Score. Abdom Radiol (NY). 2017 Jan;42(1):152-158.PMID: 27472938.Ní Mhuircheartaigh J, McMahon C, Lin YC, Wu J. Diagnosticyield of percutaneous biopsy for sclerotic bone lesions: Influenceof mean Hounsfield units. Clin Imaging. 2017 Jul 4;46:53-56.PMID: 28728015.Occhipinti M, Heidinger BH, Pfannenberg C, Munden RF,Eisenberg RL, Bankier AA. Managing Incidental Lung Nodulesin Patients With a History of Oncologic Disease: A Survey ofThoracic Radiologists. J Thorac Imaging. 2017 Mar;32(2):115-120.PMID: 27643445.Perillo M, Becker-Weidman D, Bezuitenhout AF, Siewert B,Eisenberg RL. Infections of the Gastrointestinal Tract. SeminRoentgenol. 2017 Apr;52(2):63-72. PMID: 28606310.Pigula-Tresansky AJ, Wu JS, Kapur K, Darras BT, Rutkove SB,Anthony BW. Muscle compression improves reliability ofultrasound echo intensity. Muscle Nerve. 2017 Aug 18. doi:10.1002/mus.25779. PMID: 28833292.Rutkove SB, Kapur K, Zaidman C, Wu JS, Pasternak A, MadabusiL, Yim S, Pacheck A, Szelag H, Harrington T, Darras BT. Electricalimpedance myography for assessment of Duchenne musculardystrophy. Ann Neurol. 2017 May;81(5):622-632. PMID:28076894; PMCID: PMC5444980.13Rutkove SB, Kwon H, Guasch M, Wu JS, Sanchez B. Electricalimpedance imaging of human muscle at the microscopic scaleusing a multielectrode needle device: A simulation study. ClinNeurophysiol. 2018 May 15. pii: S1388-2457(18)31058-7. PMID:29804914.Shenoy-Bhangle AS, Eisenberg RL, Fineberg T, Slanetz PJ.Re

330 Brookline Ave., TCC-4 Boston, MA 02215. 2. Program Overview. . Graduates of our program have gone on to successful careers in both academic and private practices around the country. We have an active imaging service with high . nuclear medicine and plain film radiog