Greg N. Bender M.D.
Radiologist | Body Imaging4110 Aspen Hill Road Suite 200 Rockville Maryland, 20853
Greg N. Bender, MD, works at Community Radiology Associates in Rockville, Maryland. He specializes in infectious and inflammatory bowel disease, and serves as the Chairman of the Radiology Department. Dr. Bender also served the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology before joining his current practice in 1999. He has published 26 articles and 2 book chapters and is also on staff at Montgomery General Hospital in nearby Olney, MD.
Education and Training
Creighton University School of Medicine
American Board of Radiology- Diagnostic Radiology
RadiologyAmerican Board of RadiologyABR
Expert PublicationsData provided by the National Library of Medicine
- Imaging findings in pancreatic lymphoma: differential aspects.
- Small-bowel obstruction: optimizing radiologic investigation and nonsurgical management.
- Utility of computed tomographic enteroclysis for the general surgeon(1).
- The radiographic preauricular groove: its non-relationship to past parity.
- Re: Radiology in Papua New Guinea.
- Double contrast upper gastrointestinal barium examination with biopsy versus endoscopy with biopsy in dyspeptic patients.
- Small bowel biopsy through an enteroclysis catheter to augment findings at enteroclysis and hypotonic duodenography.
- Antral nodularity, fold thickness, and narrowing. Signs on the upper gastrointestinal series that may indicate chronic active gastritis secondary to Helicobacter pylori.
- Radiographic examination of the small bowel. An application of odds ratio analysis to help attain an appropriate mix of small bowel follow through and enteroclysis in a working-clinical environment.
- Nonendoscopic, fluoroscopically guided gastric biopsy augmenting the double-contrast upper gastrointestinal examination.
- Using sector endoluminal ultrasound to identify the normal pancreas when axial computed tomography is falsely positive.
Areas of expertise and specialization
Faculty Titles & Positions
- Former Department Chairman- US Army Medical Center -
- Letterman Army Medical Center
Professional Society Memberships
- American College of Radiology, Society of Infectious Disease Research
Articles and Publications
- 26 Publications, 2 Book Chapters
What do you attribute your success to?
God, Keeping up with Literature
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- What to Expect After a Biopsy
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