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Publications


Fine needle aspiration cytology diagnosis of paravertebral extraosseus Ewing’s sarcoma
Indian Journal of Cytology
October 27, 2010


Determination of Age in living by closure of Cranial Sutures A Radiological Study
JIAFM
October 10, 2007


Biceps tendon tenosynovitis - a sonologic marker of shoulder joint derangement
Indian Journal of Radiology and Imaging
2006


Prenatal sonologic features of simple meconium peritonitis
Indian Journal of Radiology and Imaging
2006


Tendinitis and tenosynovitis - A pictorial essay
Indian Journal of Radiology and Imaging
2006


Role of contrast enhanced MR in diagnosis of a sequestered disc : A case report and review of lit...
Indian journal of Radiology and Imaging
2005


Pseudotumoral fibrous dysplasia of the maxilla
Indian Journal of Radiology and Imaging
2005


Imaging findings in a case of recurrent malignant melanoma of the eyelid
Indian Journal of Radiology and Imaging
2005


Antenatal ultrasound appearance of dithoracic paraphagus conjoint twins
Indian Journal of Radiology and Imaging
2005


Rectus femoris compression type intrasubstance tear with chronic hematoma of the muscle belly
Indian Journal of Radiology and Imaging
2003


Flow augmentation technique as an imaging protocol for the evaluation of intramuscular hemangiomas(
Indian Journal of Radiology and Imaging
2003


City fast emerging as hub for teleradiology
Times of India
November 23, 2010
"Both the parties come to know about each other through websites or international conferences," says radiologist Amit Kharat.
"Once a US hospital or clinic decides to outsource its teleradiology work, it initially starts testing the reporting and interpreting skills of the group extensively. The group which has high degree of customization or subspecialisation gets high preference as their reports are more evolved," says Kharat who is also the owner Cyberteleradiology private Ltd — a company involved in teleradiology work in Pune and especially deals with hospitals in the US and European countries.


Prognostic value of radiographic pattern analysis of H1N1 influenza
ECR 2010 Educational Exhibit
2010


Nasal dermoid cyst with intracranial extension and an atretic dermal sinus tract
June 20, 2012


High resolution ultrasound evaluation of synovial thickness as a marker to assess response to deep tissue heating for pain relief in knee osteoarthritis
Med J DY Patil University
November 8, 2012
Background: High-resolution ultrasound (HRUS) is a useful tool in assessing synovial tissue response to deep tissue heating (DTH)/short wave diathermy (SWD) for pain relief in knee osteoarthritis. Shortwave (SW) diathermy can be used to improve vascular circulation and reduce inflammation and pain in patients with osteoarthritis. The purpose of this study was to assess the role of ultrasound in investigating whether repetitive SW diathermy, could reduce synovial thickening in patients with knee osteoarthritis. Materials and Methods: Synovial thickness measurement of superior, medial, and lateral patellar recesses was done using ultrasonography over a span of nineteen months from April 2010 to Nov 2011 following three sessions of short wave diathermy. The sum of these three measurements was taken as the total synovial thickness and pre and post test analysis was done using primer statistical software. Result: Synovial thickening continued to become significantly thinner with sessions of treatment and after the twelfth SW diathermy treatment, there was 20.58% reduction in the synovial thickening. Conclusion: Synovial thickness is a sensitive marker in gauging the response to short wave diathermy therapy. Synovial thickness is an objective marker to assess pain relief in knee osteoarthritis following deep tissue heating.
Year : 2012 | Volume : 5 | Issue : 2 | Page : 129-136


Angiosarcoma of Mandible: A Diagnostic Challenge
J Oral Health Res
November 8, 2010
ABSTRACT
Angiosarcoma is a rare malignancy that is characterized by endothelial cell differentiation. It can affect any part of the body with the incidence of only 4 % in the head and neck region. In this region, most of these lesions arise in the scalps of elderly individuals. Less commonly, angiosarcomas can be found within bone. The diagnosis of this kind of tumor is difficult, both to the rarity of this lesion at this site, and to the various histopathological aspects. The purpose of this report is to describe an example of angiosarcoma presenting as an extra oral swelling at the angle of mandible.


Cloud Computing
Color Doppler Media
The IRIA Indore 2013 presentation was also summarized in Color Doppler Media Magazine.


Cloud computing for radiologists
IJRI, Year : 2012 | Volume : 22 | Issue : 3 | Page : 150-154
February 2, 2013
Cloud computing is a concept wherein a computer grid is created using the Internet with the sole purpose of utilizing shared resources such as computer software, hardware, on a pay-per-use model. Using Cloud computing, radiology users can efficiently manage multimodality imaging units by using the latest software and hardware without paying huge upfront costs. Cloud computing systems usually work on public, private, hybrid, or community models. Using the various components of a Cloud, such as applications, client, infrastructure, storage, services, and processing power, Cloud computing can help imaging units rapidly scale and descale operations and avoid huge spending on maintenance of costly applications and storage. Cloud computing allows flexibility in imaging. It sets free radiology from the confines of a hospital and creates a virtual mobile office. The downsides to Cloud computing involve security and privacy issues which need to be addressed to ensure the success of Cloud computing in the future.


Mural Mushroom - Radiographics Inner Visions
Radiographics
September 1, 2013


Importance of correct histopathological assessment of pineal region masses
Medical Journal of Dr D Y Patil University, Volume 7, Issue 1
January 1, 2014


Research finds sonography can detect muscle, bone infections
Times of India
February 22, 2014
PUNE: The use of ultrasound sonography is no longer limited to scanning pregnancies, kidney stones and stomach ailments. A study by a Pune-based radiologist has concluded that muscle, tendon and bone-related infections - medically known as musculoskeletal (MSK) infections - can be diagnosed at an early stage using ultrasound sonography.
The study, led by Amit Kharat, associate professor, department of radiology at Dr D Y Patil Medical College in Pimpri, may prove a game-changer in diagnostic services. MSK infections are common in India because of poor immune status and widespread tuberculosis (Tuberculosis does not involve the chest alone, but almost all body parts, including bones, joints, tendons and muscles).


Data mining in radiology.
Indian J Radiol Imaging
June 12, 2014
Data mining facilitates the study of radiology data in various dimensions. It converts large patient image and text datasets into useful information that helps in improving patient care and provides informative reports. Data mining technology analyzes data within the Radiology Information System and Hospital Information System using specialized software which assesses relationships and agreement in available information. By using similar data analysis tools, radiologists can make informed decisions and predict the future outcome of a particular imaging finding. Data, information and knowledge are the components of data mining. Classes, Clusters, Associations, Sequential patterns, Classification, Prediction and Decision tree are the various types of data mining. Data mining has the potential to make delivery of health care affordable and ensure that the best imaging practices are followed. It is a tool for academic research. Data mining is considered to be ethically neutral, however concerns regarding privacy and legality exists which need to be addressed to ensure success of data mining.


Spectrum of CT and MR findings in Sturge-Weber syndrome: A case report
Medical Journal of Dr. D.Y. Patil University 7 (4), 497-501
June 25, 2014




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