Dr. Brian Mullan is a radiologist practicing in Rochester, MN. Dr. Mullan specializes in diagnosing and treating injuries and diseases using medical imaging techniques such as X-Rays, magnetic resonance imaging and computed tomography exams. These techniques offer accurate visibility to the inside of the patients body and help to detect otherwise hidden illnesses so that they can be treated quickly and efficiently.
Education and Training
Univ of Otago, Med Sch, Dunedin, New Zealand 1977
University of Otago Faculty of Medicine 1977
Nuclear MedicineAmerican Board of Nuclear MedicineABNM
- Radiolabelled mixed leukocytes and pure granulocytes with stabilized 99Tcm-exametazime.
- Clinical experience with radiolabelled monoclonal antibodies in the detection of colorectal and ovarian carcinoma recurrence and review of the literature.
- Cerebral topography of rectal stimulation using single photon emission computed tomography.
- The EEG evaluation of single photon emission computed tomography abnormalities in epilepsy.
- Biodistribution and radiation dosimetry of stabilized 99mTc-exametazine-labeled leukocytes in normal subjects.
- Voxel significance mapping using local image variances in subtraction ictal SPET.
- Extrusion of wheat or sorghum and/or addition of exogenous enzymes to pig diets influences the large intestinal microbiota but does not prevent development of swine dysentery following experimental challenge.
- Increasing viscosity of the intestinal contents alters small intestinal structure and intestinal growth, and stimulates proliferation of enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli in newly-weaned pigs.
- High-dose samarium-153 ethylene diamine tetramethylene phosphonate: low toxicity of skeletal irradiation in patients with osteosarcoma and bone metastases.
- Social mobility among migrants between Mexico and the U.S. and within the U.S. labor market.
- The impact of social networks on the occupational status of migrants.
- Family and internal migration in Taiwan.
- The planning and design of a new PET radiochemistry facility.
- Gastric accommodation and emptying in evaluation of patients with upper gastrointestinal symptoms.
- Subtraction SPECT coregistered to MRI in focal malformations of cortical development: localization of the epileptogenic zone in epilepsy surgery candidates.
- Nuclear medicine imaging of the parathyroid.
- The current place of single photon emission computed tomography in epilepsy evaluations.
- Contribution of F-18 FDG PET-CT in the detection of systemic spread of primary central nervous system lymphoma.
- Trends of radiopharmaceutical use at Mayo Clinic Rochester.
- Variation in digestible energy content of Australian sweet lupins (Lupinus angustifolius L.) and the development of prediction equations for its estimation.
- Feeding a diet with decreased protein content reduces indices of protein fermentation and the incidence of postweaning diarrhea in weaned pigs challenged with an enterotoxigenic strain of Escherichia coli.
- Ractopamine hydrochloride improves growth performance and carcass composition in immunocastrated boars, intact boars, and gilts.
- 18F-FDG PET and PET/CT in Burkitt's lymphoma.
- Diets containing inulin but not lupins help to prevent swine dysentery in
- Reducing the length of time between slaughter and the secondary gonadotropin-releasing factor immunization improves growth performance and clears boar taint compounds in male finishing pigs.
- The effect of genotype, sex and management strategy on the eating quality of pork.
- Measurement of left and right ventricular volumes with tomographic equilibrium radionuclide angiocardiography and cardiac MRI.
- Levels of copper and zinc in diets for growing and finishing pigs can be reduced without detrimental effects on production and mineral status.
- Prediction of apparent, standardized, and true ileal digestible total and reactive lysine contents in heat-damaged soybean meal samples.
- Whole body protein deposition and plasma amino acid profiles in growing and/or finishing pigs fed increasing levels of sulfur amino acids with and without Escherichia coli lipopolysaccharide challenge.
- The effect of immunization against GnRF on nutrient requirements of male pigs: a review.
- Understanding the heterogeneity in volume overload and fluid distribution in decompensated heart failure is key to optimal volume management: role for blood volume quantitation.
- Vitamin E and omega-3 fatty acids independently attenuate plasma concentrations
- Supra-nutritional vitamin E supplementation for 28 days before slaughter maximises muscle vitamin E concentration in finisher pigs.
- Imaging Yttrium-90 synovectomy studies.
- Peripheral Venous Hemoglobin and Red Blood Cell Mass Mismatch in Volume Overload Systolic Heart Failure: Implications for Patient Management.
- Tumor-Induced Osteomalacia.
- Volume Overload Profiles in Patients With Preserved and Reduced Ejection Fraction Chronic Heart Failure: Are There Differences? A Pilot Study.
- Standardized ileal digestible lysine requirements of male pigs immunized against gonadotrophin releasing factor.
- Effect of feed restriction and initial body weight on growth performance, body composition, and hormones in male pigs immunized against gonadotropin-releasing factor.
- Boar taint, meat quality and fail rate in entire male pigs and male pigs immunized against gonadotrophin releasing factor as related to body weight and feeding regime.
- Intravascular Volume Profiles in Patients With Class I and II Systolic Heart Failure: Heterogeneity and Volume Overload Are Common Even in Mild Heart Failure.
- C-Choline PET/CT for Detection and Localization of Parathyroid Adenomas.
- Preoperative assessment as a predictor of mortality and morbidity after lung resection.
- A demonstration of the effect of seasonal migration on fertility.
- A pilot study of splenic and whole body retention of autologous radiolabeled leukocytes in the assessment of severity in inflammatory colitis.
- Simulation of the economic impact of transmissible gastroenteritis on commercial pig production in Australia.
- Scintigraphic findings of renal oncocytoma.
- Will a NaH14CO3-capsule method accurately measure gastric emptying?
- Single photon emission computed tomography.
- 111In-CYT-103 scanning in recurrent colorectal cancer--does it affect standard management?
- Simulation of the economic impact of proliferative enteritis on pig production in Australia.
- Single photon emission computed tomography brain imaging.
- The incidence of swine dysentery in pigs can be reduced by feeding diets that limit the amount of fermentable substrate entering the large intestine.
- Colonic transit scintigraphy labeled activated charcoal compared with ion exchange pellets.
- Prognostic value of exercise thallium-201 imaging performed within 2 years of coronary artery bypass graft surgery.
- Use of stabilized technetium-99m-exametazime for radiolabeling leukocytes.
- Activated charcoal as a potential radioactive marker for gastrointestinal studies.
- Body composition at farrowing and nutrition during lactation affect the performance of primiparous sows: I. Voluntary feed intake, weight loss, and plasma metabolites.
- Body composition at farrowing and nutrition during lactation affect the performance of primiparous sows: II. Milk composition, milk yield, and pig growth.
- Confirmation of the role of rapidly fermentable carbohydrates in the expression of swine dysentery in pigs after experimental infection.
- Liver Cancer
- Breast Cancer
- Lung Cancer
- Esophageal Cancer
- Stomach Cancer
- Thyroid Cancer
- Multiple Myeloma
- Extra Corporeal Shockwave Therapy
- MemberMinnesota Medical Association/Zumbro Valley
- Mayo Grad Sch Med/Mayo Fndn, Diagnostic Radiology; Mayo Grad Sch Med/Mayo Fndn, Nuclear Medicine
- Mayo Grad School Med/Mayo Fndn
- Junior Resident - Medical Officer: Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital
- Mayo Clinic College of Medicine (Arizona) Program
- Fellow - Nuclear Medicine: Mayo Graduate School of Medicine, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
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