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Abdominal Imaging Manifestations of COVID-19 16 Jul 2020

This live webinar was led by a team including the chief of the abdominal imaging division of Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston.

The aim of the webinar was to share experiences in abdominal imaging of COVID 19 patients and present the common findings. The webinar is based on their recent publication in Radiology titled "Abdominal Imaging Findings in COVID-19: Preliminary Observations".

The session was moderated by Dr Minal Jagtiani, Consultant Radiologist, London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust.

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Dr Avinash Kambadakone

Dr Avinash Kambadakone is the Division Chief of Abdominal Radiology and Chief of CT Service at Massachusetts General Hospital, Associate Professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School and Medical Director of Martha’s Vineyard Hospital Imaging. Dr Kambadakone is a fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists, the Society of Advanced Body Imaging and the Society of Abdominal Radiology. He has authored and co-authored over 150 peer reviewed research publications, review articles and textbook chapters. Dr. Kambadakone is the recipient of numerous awards and he is the Associate Editor of Abdominal Radiology and is on the editorial board of Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography. He is an accomplished educator and has successfully conducted several regional, national and international educational courses focused on abdominal CT and DECT. He is the chair of the technique working group of LI-RADS and co-chairs the SAR disease focused panel on pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma. Dr Kambadakone’s main areas of clinical interest are imaging evaluation of diseases of hepatobiliary-pancreatic system and gastrointestinal tract. His research activities are focused on investigating clinical applications of cutting-edge CT innovations in abdominal imaging. Among the advanced CT techniques, his research is focused on exploring novel CT based imaging biomarkers such as CT perfusion and CT texture analysis in abdominal malignancies and implementation/ optimization of Dual Energy CT (DECT) technology in clinical practice.

Dr Rajesh Bhayana

Rajesh Bhayana is an abdominal radiologist at Toronto General Hospital and Assistant Professor of Radiology at the University of Toronto. Dr Bhayana completed his residency at the University of Toronto, where he served as Chief Resident, and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Canada. He completed his clinical fellowship in Abdominal Imaging at Massachusetts General Hospital in June 2020. Dr Bhayana is an accomplished educator, having received several teaching awards at the University of Toronto, where he introduced a number of educational initiatives including a comprehensive case-based call preparation course. He is a frequent lecturer, and is the founder of an online learning platform where his lectures have been viewed over 900,000 times. Dr Bhayana has received numerous awards for outstanding academic achievement throughout his undergraduate, medical, and radiological education. His clinical interests include hepatobiliary-pancreatic and gastrointestinal tract imaging.