Posts by Raul N. Uppot, MD, FSAR, FSIR
The Mass General AR/VR RAD Lab: Exploring Virtual and Augmented Reality for Education and Clinical Care
The Mass General AR/VR RAD Lab is developing and deploying AR and VR technologies for a host of training and clinical applications, ranging from anatomy education to presurgical planning and intraprocedural image overlay.
Artificial Intelligence Improves Treatment Monitoring in Patients with Glioma
Researchers at the Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging have devised a deep learning algorithm to measure responses to treatment more effectively.
The Role of Radiology in Identifying Intimate Partner Violence
Radiologists can play an important role in identifying cases of IPV and helping ensure patients receive the help they need, even when they are seeking care for unrelated reasons.
Microwave Ablation: Another Nephron-sparing Option for Localized RCC
Interventional radiologists at Massachusetts General Hospital determined that microwave ablation for localized renal cell carcinoma is safe, well tolerated and preserves renal function.
Raul Nirmal Uppot, MD, is assistant professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School, director of the Abdominal Imaging Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital and associate director of the Harvard Medical School Core Radiology Clerkship.