Kimberly Elaine Applegate M.D.
Radiologist | Diagnostic Radiology550 University Blvd Radiology Dept Indianapolis IN, 46202
Dr. Kimberly Applegate is a radiologist practicing in Indianapolis, IN. Dr. Applegate 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.
RadiologyAmerican Board of RadiologyABR- Pediatric Radiology
- Whose Aunt Minnie?
- The "circle sign": a new sonographic sign of pneumatosis intestinalis - clinical, pathologic and experimental findings.
- Situs revisited: imaging of the heterotaxy syndrome.
- Pediatric case of the day. Ectopic cervical thymus.
- When appendicitis is suspected in children.
- Unenhanced helical CT in the evaluation of the urinary tract in children and young adults following urinary tract reconstruction: comparison with sonography.
- Cost-effectiveness analysis in radiology.
- Mediastinal and abdominal lymphadenopathy imitating lymphoma in an adolescent with autoimmune hepatitis.
- Data collection in radiology research.
- The "differential diagnosis" for multiple diseases: comparison with the binary-truth state experiment in two empirical studies.
- Assessing physicians' accuracy in diagnosing paediatric patients with acute abdominal pain: measuring accuracy for multiple diseases.
- An introduction to biostatistics.
- Imaging of acute appendicitis in children.
- Hypothesis testing III: counts and medians.
- Technology assessment for radiologists.
- Continuous quality improvement for radiologists.
- Lee Lusted: a pioneer in radiology health services research.
- Statistical literacy.
- Can MR imaging be used to characterize fetal musculoskeletal development?
- Mesenteric lymph nodes in children: what is normal?
- Managing risk: threat or opportunity?
- Clinically suspected intussusception in children: evidence-based review and self-assessment module.
- Acute pyomyositis of the pelvis: the spectrum of clinical presentations and MR findings.
- Visceral heterotaxia with polysplenia syndrome and haemorrhagic splenic infarction as a rare cause of the acute paediatric abdomen.
- The role of pelvic magnetic resonance in evaluating nonhip sources of infection in children with acute nontraumatic hip pain.
- The likely effects of radiologist extenders on radiology training.
- Improving the quality of radiology reporting: a physician survey to define the target.
- The future workforce in academic radiology: gender, generational, and cultural influences.
- Web-based results distribution: new channels of communication from radiologists to patients.
- High-attenuation mucus plugs on MDCT in a child with cystic fibrosis: potential cause and differential diagnosis.
- Learning radiology a survey investigating radiology resident use of textbooks, journals, and the internet.
- MR cholangiopancreatography in children: feasibility, safety, and initial experience.
- Letter from the guest editor.
- Intussusception in children: imaging choices.
- Fluoroscopic and CT enteroclysis in children: initial experience, technical feasibility, and utility.
- Diagnostic performance of the upper gastrointestinal series in the evaluation of children with clinically suspected malrotation.
- Postmortem skeletal survey practice in pediatric forensic autopsies: a national survey.
- Intussusception in children: evidence-based diagnosis and treatment.
- Evidence-based diagnosis of malrotation and volvulus.
- Female medical students' interest in radiology careers.
- Image Gently: why we should talk to parents about CT in children.
- The utility of computed tomography as a screening tool for the evaluation of pediatric blunt chest trauma.
- Cohort study of structured reporting compared with conventional dictation.
- Radiation exposure from medical imaging procedures.
- Image gently: Ten steps you can take to optimize image quality and lower CT dose for pediatric patients.
- Factors influencing career choices in radiology trainees in Queensland,
- Informed consent for computed tomography.
- Global quality imaging: improvement actions.
- Re: More cautions on imaging of pregnant patients.
- Global quality imaging: emerging issues.
- Pediatric CT--the challenge of dose records.
- Medical radiation exposure in children with inflammatory bowel disease estimates high cumulative doses.
- Quantitative assessment of chronic lung disease of infancy using computed tomography.
- Use of inpatient imaging services by persons without health insurance.
- Imaging and insurance: do the uninsured get less imaging in emergency departments?
- Large-scale quality improvement for radiation protection of children worldwide: lessons from the past applied to the present.
- From guidelines to practice: how reporting templates promote the use of radiology practice guidelines.
- Rate of detection of unsuspected pregnancies after implementation of mandatory point-of-care urine pregnancy testing prior to hysterosalpingography.
- Driving change: taking ownership of our profession and its future.
- Cumulative radiation exposure estimates of hospitalized patients from radiological imaging.
- Automated radiology data and information transfer: a pilot study at emory healthcare in conjunction with the ACR.
- Fifty percent reduction in time between patient check-in and needle stick for thyroid FNA due to workflow redesign.
- Radiation safety knowledge and perceptions among residents: a potential improvement opportunity for graduate medical education in the United States.
- Fluoroscopic-guided lumbar puncture: fluoroscopic time and implications of body mass index--a baseline study.
- The impact of introducing a no oral contrast abdominopelvic CT examination (NOCAPE) pathway on radiology turn around times, emergency department length of stay, and patient safety.
- Variability of MDCT dose due to technologist performance: impact of posteroanterior versus anteroposterior localizer image and table height with use of automated tube current modulation.
- Adapting to the new radiology landscape: challenges and solutions discussed at the 2014 AMCLC open-microphone sessions.
- Protection of patients in diagnostic and interventional medical imaging: collaboration is the key.
- JOURNAL CLUB: Evaluation of Near-Miss Wrong-Patient Events in Radiology Reports.
- How the ACR works: the vital role of the council steering committee: representing our members and setting college policy.
- Improving Procedure Start Times and Decreasing Delays in Interventional Radiology: A Department's Quality Improvement Initiative.
- A Comprehensive CT Dose Reduction Program Using the ACR Dose Index Registry.
- Meta-analysis of Air Versus Liquid Enema for Intussusception Reduction in Children.
- Variation in Pediatric Cervical Spine Computed Tomography Radiation Dose Index.
- Sociodemographic impact on survival in unresectable hepatocellular carcinoma: a survival epidemiology and end results study.
- 2015 AMCLC Open-Microphone Session: Improving the IQ (Information Quality) of What We Do.
- Enteric Distribution of Oral Contrast in Emergency Department Patients Undergoing
- Internet-based ICRP resource for healthcare providers on the risks and benefits of medical imaging that uses ionising radiation.
- Assessment of Added Value of Noncontrast to Contrast-Enhanced Abdominal Computed Tomography Scan for Characterization of Hypervascular Liver Metastases.
- Breast Cancer Screening in Patients With Newly Diagnosed Lung and Colorectal Cancer: A Population-Based Study of Utilization.
- Image Gently: A Decade of International Collaborations to Promote Appropriate Imaging for Children.
- Trainees May Add Value to Patient Care by Decreasing Addendum Utilization in Radiology Reports.
- Cancer-directed therapy and potential impact on survivals in nonresected hepatocellular carcinoma: SEER-Medicare population study.
- Ulnar artery occlusion in mountain bikers.
- Stricture of the duodenum and jejunum in an abused child.
- Children'S Hosp, Pediatric Radiology; Dartmouth-Hitchcock M C, Diagnostic Radiology; Berkshire Med Ctr, Internal Medicine
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- Everything You Need to Know About Biopsy Procedures
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- What to Expect After a Biopsy
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- Reasons Why You Need a Biopsy
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- Everything You Need to Know About X-Rays
What is an X-ray procedure?An X-ray is a quick diagnostic procedure to see the insides of your body. It is an essential tool used to diagnose many health conditions. It involves passing a very tiny burst of invisible electromagnetic radiation to a part of your body or your whole body and capturing...
- How to Prepare for a Biopsy
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