- Performs imaging studies of the abdominal and pelvic organs.
- Offers CT urography for suspected urinary system diseases.
- Uses CT enterography to detect small intestine abnormalities including Crohn’s disease and malignant tumors.
- Performs imaging studies in patients who underwent bariatric surgery to lose weight.
- Carries out CT angiography to detect vascular abnormalities.
Diseases Treated by the Physician:
Tel Aviv State University, clinical assistant professor
Head of Computed Tomography Subdivision at Radiology Department, Ichilov Medical Complex
Private practice at the Top Ichilov Medical Center
Head of MRI Subdivision at Radiology Department, Ichilov Medical Complex
Senior physician of Radiology Department, Ichilov Medical Center
Senior physician of Radiology Department, Sheba Medical Center in Tel HaShomer
Radiologist, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (USA)
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (USA), research in tomography for liver diseases
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (USA), assistant professor
Physician of Radiology Department, Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem
Radiologist, Meir Medical Center in Kfar Saba (Israel)
University of Chicago Medical Center (USA), specialization in tomography perfusion of abdominal and pelvic organs
Harvard University in Boston (USA), specialization in virtual colonoscopy
University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia (USA), specialization in MRI of the abdominal cavity and the pelvis
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (USA), clinical specialization in computed tomography for diseases of the abdominal and pelvic organs
Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem, residency in diagnostic radiology in Israel
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Be’er Sheva (Israel), Faculty of Medicine
European Society of Radiology
Radiological Society of North America
Israel Radiological Association
“Radiology as a medical discipline depends very heavily on the technological development, and the technologies advance every day. Our medical center provides us with all the necessary resources and state-of-the-art equipment for us to be able to offer the best treatment to our patients.
By this moment, we have proceeded to entirely digital diagnosis. 3D mammography is one of the latest innovations in radiology.
The work of a specialist in diagnostic radiology resembles a detective’s work in many aspects. We have many clues, but they are strewn all over the place. What exactly is a patient? How do they feel today? What do the lab tests show?
Oftentimes, I study the patient’s health history and scans during the consultation and discuss the results with the patient straight away. My job is to obtain as much information as possible from the scans and to deliver it to the treating physicians: surgeons and medical oncologists.
Sometimes, it’s like a light bulb goes on over your head, and you are able to make all the pieces into a complete picture. What I like the most about my job is that I can suggest the right route for the patient, and they will proceed to treatment, certain that it will help.”
Was included by the Forbes Israel magazine into the rating of the country’s best physicians in 2021
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Author’s Name: Dmitry Finkelstein