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Dr. Reza Daugherty Appears on NBC 29 to Speak About New Screening Procedure for Pediatric Patients with Vesicoureteral Reflux (VUR)

Dr. Reza Daugherty, Director of Pediatric Imaging at UVA, appeared on the “UVA House Call” segment on NBC 29 on April 17 to speak about advances in imaging technology for pediatric patients with vesicoureteral reflux (VUR). Children with this condition, in which urine can flow up from the bladder to …

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UVA Among a Handful of Institutions in US Offering Interactive, Multimedia-Enhanced Radiology Reports, Says Dr. Cree Gaskin

Dr. Cree Gaskin, Vice-Chair of Informatics and Director of Musculoskeletal Imaging and Intervention at UVA Radiology and Medical Imaging, discussed his efforts to bring interactive, multimedia-enhanced radiology reports to UVA Health System with Diagnostic World. At most institutions, radiology repo …

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UVA Radiology and Medical Imaging Physicians on Virginia Living’s “Top Doctors 2019” List

Five UVA Radiology and Medical Imaging physicians have been named to Virginia Living Magazine’s “Top Doctors 2019” list: Dr. Mark Anderson, Dr. Gia DeAngelis, Dr. Rachita Khot, Dr. Sarah Erikson and Dr. Mary Jensen. Congratulations! Click here to view the complete list on the Virginia Living website …

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Current Radiology Global Health Participants Reflect on Experience in Uganda

Sonali Ranjit and Spencer Barrett were both drawn to residency at UVA in part because of the Spencer B. Gay Program. As second year residents with a passion for global health care and personal connections to Africa, they are thrilled to be in this program that builds partnerships with residents in U …

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A Day In the Life of UVA Radiology Resident Geoff Miller, M.D.

A Day in the Life of UVA Resident Geoff Miller, M.D. New and prospective residents are often curious about what their daily life will be like at UVA. Here’s a typical day described by Geoff Miller, one of our third-year diagnostic radiology residents. 6:30 am – 7:00 am: Eyes Open If you don’t drink …

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