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Bandarkar, Anjum

TitleAssistant Professor
InstitutionChildrens National Medical Center
Address111 Michigan Ave NW
Washington DC 20010
Phone(202) 476-3084
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    1. Huang Z, Vintzileos W, Gordish-Dressman H, Bandarkar A, Reilly BK. Pediatric peritonsillar abscess: Outcomes and cost savings from using transcervical ultrasound. Laryngoscope. 2017 Aug; 127(8):1924-1929. PMID: 28092120.
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    2. Bandarkar AN, Adeyiga AO, Fordham MT, Preciado D, Reilly BK. Tonsil ultrasound: technical approach and spectrum of pediatric peritonsillar infections. Pediatr Radiol. 2016 Jun; 46(7):1059-67. PMID: 26637999.
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    3. Fordham MT, Rock AN, Bandarkar A, Preciado D, Levy M, Cohen J, Safdar N, Reilly BK. Transcervical ultrasonography in the diagnosis of pediatric peritonsillar abscess. Laryngoscope. 2015 Dec; 125(12):2799-804. PMID: 25945805.
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    4. Narayanan S, Bandarkar A, Bulas DI. Fallopian tube torsion in the pediatric age group: radiologic evaluation. J Ultrasound Med. 2014 Sep; 33(9):1697-704. PMID: 25154955.
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    5. Kadom N, Egloff A, Obeid G, Bandarkar A, Vezina G. Juvenile mandibular chronic osteomyelitis: multimodality imaging findings. Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol Endod. 2011 Mar; 111(3):e38-43. PMID: 21310348.
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