M.Sc.Imaging science
Assistant Professor
School of Paramedics and Allied Health Sciences
 
Department: NA
Phone: 8087850936
Email: rajesh@cutmap.ac.in
 

About Me

I am an Assistant Professor of Radiology with a Master's Degree in Medical Imaging Technology. I have worked with most reputed diagnostic centers and Medical Colleges in Hyderabad and Pune as Radiologic Technologist and An Assistant Professor. And I am also the first professional to be certified in Andhra Pradesh as a Fibroscan Technologist. I have handled all the Radiology Modalities and had a good experience in teaching.

 
Research Fields

  • Radiology and Imaging Technology
Teaching

  • 9Years Experience - Radiology physics
  • Radiographic techniques
  • Fundamental of Radiology

Expertise

  • Radiology - X.ray
  • CT
  • MRI
  • Fluoroscopy
  • C-Arm
  • DEXA
  • Mammography

Interests

  • Imaging technology and research in Radiology
  • Ultrasound
  • MRI
  • CT
  • C-Arm

 
   
 
Patents

Awards

Sl. No. Title Issuer

 
   
classes

Subject Name
CUTM1770-APPLIED EQUIPMENT OF RADIO DIAGNOSIS
CUTM1775-COMPUTERIZED TOMOGRAPHY (CT SCANNING) METHOD & PROCEDURE
CUTM1776-BASIC OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING

 
   
Materials Developed

Title
Applied Equipment of Radio Diagnosis
Basics of MRI
Computerized Tomography (CT Scanning) Method and Procedure

 
   
FDP

Events Attended

Event

 
   
Projects

Project Name

 
   
Technologies Learnt

Technology

 
   

Publications

Publicaion 1

Evaluation and comparison of performance of low-dose 128-slice CT scanner with different mAs values: A phantom study

Publisher: Journal of Carcinogenesis


Publicaion 2

Analysis of Non-invasive test to Liver Fibrosis by Fibroscan Assessment

Publisher: Mukt shabd journal


Other Publicaion
Description:

Abstract

Assurance of the degree of progress of hepatic fibrosis is significant in clinical practice, where it might mirror the seriousness of the liver infection and anticipate reaction to treatment. Percutaneous liver biopsy is the best quality level for reviewing and arranging liver infection. Notwithstanding, liver biopsy is an intrusive method with certain unavoidable dangers and inconveniences. A few strategies have been concentrated on trying to arrive at a conclusion of cirrhosis by noninvasive methods. Fibroscan has been intended to evaluate liver fibrosis by methods for elastography and found to have sensibly great affectability and explicitness designs, particularly in patients with cutting edge fibrosis, and can be utilized as an option in contrast to liver biopsy.

It is currently basic to survey the seriousness of liver fibrosis in basically all constant liver pathologies so as to decide the forecast, the need of treatment, just as screen sickness movement and reaction to treatment. Liver biopsy is restricted by its obtrusiveness and patient agreeableness. Transient elastography (TE, Fibroscan) is a noninvasive apparatus with acceptable exactness and reproducibility to assess liver fibrosis.