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Emergency Radiology Research

Emergency Radiology at Indiana University School of Medicine conducts research in a variety of imaging modalities, including: imaging of bowel and mesenteric injuries; quality and dose reduction; use of advanced computed tomography (CT) techniques for soft tissue injury quantification; CT to quantify the magnitude of soft tissue injury and extravascular blood products in the setting of multi-system trauma; use of multi-phase CT for the quantification of active bleeding rate in the setting of blunt abdominopelvic trauma; and, imaging utilization in the setting of blunt neck injuries.

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Learn more about research in the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at IU School of Medicine.

RADIOLOGY RESEARCH

Future Research

Current and future research includes a large multi-center trial using volumetric imaging software to quantify the magnitude of soft tissue injury and extravascular blood products in polytrauma patients funded by the Department of the Army. Imaging research focused on acute care and trauma imaging is important for the continued evolution and improvement of patient care.

Research Faculty Support

6930-Frank, Mark

Mark S. Frank, MBA, MD

Professor of Radiology & Imaging Sciences

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7285-Steenburg, Scott

Scott D. Steenburg, MD

Associate Professor of Radiology & Imaging Sciences

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