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Amisha Shah, MD

Assistant Professor

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Education BJ Medical college, Gujarat, India medical graduation MBBS 1992.

VS General Hospital, Ahmedabad, India Radiology residency, MD Radiology 1995.

Fellowship Pediatric radiology--

1.)Miami Children's Hospital 2003-2004

2.)Clarian Riley Hospital for Children, Indiana University 2005

3.)Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC 2006-2007

Medical / Graduate School B.J. Medical College (India)
Residency N.H.L. Municipal Medical College (India) Diagnostic Radiology 1995
Clinical / Post-doctoral Fellowship Jaslok Hospital and Research Centre (India)
Pediatric Radiology, Miami Childrens Hospital FL
Pediatric Radiology, Indiana University, IN
Pediatric Radiology, University of Pittsburgh PA

Americal Board of Radiology Certified
Current Society of Pediatric Radiology
American College of Radiology
Radiological Society of North America
Indian Medical Association
Indian Radiological and Imaging Association
& Programs
Radiology Informatics
Clinical Interest Pediatric Musculoskeltal radiology, pediatric body imaging
Research Interest Ischemic injury to bone marrow-evluation by newer MRI techniques.

Selected Publications   Osorio M, Bonow A, Bond G, Rivera M, Vaughan K, Shah A et al. Abernethy malformation complicated by hepatopulmonary syndrome and a liver mass successfully treated by Liver transplantation. Pediatr Transplantation 2010

Bae KT, Shah AJ, Shang SS, Wang JH, Chang S, Aortic and hepatic contrast enhancement with abdominal 64-MDCT in pediatric patients: effect of body weight and iodine dose. AJR 2008;191:1589-1594

Shah AJ, Wang J, Yamada T, Fajardo LL. Digital Mammography: A Review of Technical Development and Clinical Applications. Clinical Breast Cancer Journal 2003 April; 4

Growth Plate Injuries in Children: The Physeal Bar Revisited. Amisha J Shah, Richard Rupp, Manuel Meza, Vincent Deeney. Poster presentation RSNA Radiological Society of North America Conference, 2009 Chicago, Illinois.
Honors and  
PubMed Publications   See a listing of publications on PubMed, a service of the National Library of medicine.