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Body/Cross Sectional Imaging

Body imaging radiologists specialize in the use and interpretation of cross-sectional imaging techniques to diagnose and follow disease processes of the chest, abdomen and pelvis. Using computed tomography (CT scan), ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), they identify neoplastic, inflammatory and traumatic lesions throughout the body. They also provide image-guided biopsies of suspicious lesions and catheter drainage of abnormal fluid collections.

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Stephen Agatston, MD, FACR

Michael D. Aronoff, MD

Randal L. Aschenbeck, MD

Sarah S. Avery, MD

John M. Barkley, MD

Ian Baronofsky, MD

Gene E. Beisert, MD

Hillel Ben-Avi, MD

Daniel G. Bloom, MD

Megan E. Bouchareb, MD

Bradley A. Brenner, MD

Simone M. Bridges, MD

Chris M. Butschek, MD, FACR

Frank Chia, MD

Gregory F. Connor, MD

Patricia Gallagher, MD

Michael T. Harper, MD

Ronald L. Hoelscher, MD

Jody J. Hooten, MD

Charles E. Johnson, MD

Dirk A. Koester, MD

John R. Leahy, MD

Marcus L. Lines, MD

Andrea Walker Michel, MD

Elizabeth A. Moorehead, MD

Darrin R. Morris, MD

Matthew F Murray, MD

Jason C. Naples, MD

Mike S. Nguyen, MD

Seth David O’Brien, MD

Michael Pfeifer, MD

Mark Poag, MD

Stephen Price, MD

Yvonne M. Queralt, MD

Andrew C. Reifsnyder, MD, FACR

William Rodriguez Jr., MD

Amy Salinas, MD

Arthy Saravanan, MD

Ashkan Shademan, MD

Sandeep A. Shah, MD

Stanislav I. Spiridonov, MD

Christopher E. Swanson, MD

G. Hussain Thaver, MD

Anthony K. Trevino, MD

Simon Trubek, MD

Jason R. Wallace, MD

John G. Williams, MD

James Willis, MD

C. Vince Wiseman, MD

Jeff P. Wood, MD

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In order to minimize the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), ARA has made adjustments to our care processes. This includes screening patients and employees, enhanced cleaning services, limiting visitors to the clinics, and maintaining social distancing. MASKS ARE REQUIRED.

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