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Glenn Krinsky, M.D.

Dr. Glenn Krinsky, M.D.

Education

Medical: New York University School of Medicine, New York, NY, Member AOA

Undergraduate: University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Bachelor of Arts, Summa cum laude in Political Science

Post-Graduate Training

Fellowship: Body MRI-NYU, Bellevue Medical Center, New York, NY, CT/US/MRI-NYU, Bellevue Medical Center, New York, NY

Residency: Radiology-NYU, Bellevue Medical Center, New York, NY, Surgical Pathology, NYU Medical Center, New York

Internship: Medical Intern, NYU/Bellevue Medical Center, New York, NY

Academic Appointment

Associate Professor of Radiology; NYU Medical Center, New York, Section Chief, Abdominal Imaging 1999-2004, Assistant Professor of Radiology, NYU Medical Center, New York, 1995, Staff Radiologist; Bellevue Hospital, New York, NY, 1994, Consulting Radiologist Manhattan; VA, New York, NY, 1994-2002

Certification

Diplomate-American Board of Radiology, New York State License, New Jersey State License

Societies

Society of Computed Body Tomography and Magnetic Resonance, Radiological Society of North America, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, New York Roentgen Society, Society of Gastrointestinal Radiology, American College of Radiology

Professional Practice

Radiologist, Radiology Associates of Ridgewood, Waldwick, NJ and The Valley Hospital, Ridgewood, NJl

Sub-Specialty

Body / Musculoskeletal Imaging

Publications

  1. Krinsky G. Idiopathic pulmony fibrosis: progression of honeycombing at thin section CT. Radiology 1994; 192:582
  2. Krinsky G. Postoperative changes, complications, and recurrent disease after Whipple’s operation: CT features. AJR 1995; 165:740
  3. Krinsky G. Unenhanced helical CT in patients with acute flank pain and renal infarction: the need for contrast in selected in selected cases. AJR 1996; 167:282
  4. Earls J, Krinsky G, DeCorato D. MR of focal hepatic injury secondary to use of surgical retractors. AJR 1996; 167:822
  5. Krinsky G. Utility of gadolinium-enhanced three dimensional MR angiography of thoracic aorta. N Engle J Med 1997;337(20):475-476
  6. Krinsky G. Case 26-2000: Intraductual Papillary Mucinous Carcinoma. N Engl J Med 2001;344(2):141
  7. Wu C, Zhang J, Babb JS, Ladner C, Lamparello P, Krinsky GA. Subclavian steal syndrome-Diagnosis based on perfusion metrics from a timing bolus through the neck. Radiology 2005;235:927-933
  8. Israel GM, Hecht EN, Hindman N, Krinsky GA. The use of opposed-phase chemical-shift MR imaging in the diagnosis of renal angiomyolipomas. AJR 2005;184:1868-1872
  9. Bluemke D, multiple authors, Krinsky GA et al.MR Imaging using a liver specific contrast agent (Gadolinium-EOB-DTPA): US multicenter phase III study of efficacy and safety. Radiology (In Press)
  10. Pandharipande PV, Krinsky GA, Rusinek H, Lee VS. Perfusion Imaging of the Liver – Current Challenges and Future Goals. Radiology 2005;234:661-673|
  11. Holland AE, Hecht EN, Hahn WY, Kim DC, Babb JS, Lee VS, West B, Krinsky GA. Significance of small (<20mm) enhancing lesions seen only on the hepatic arterial phase at MR Imaging in the cirrhotic liver; evaluation with whole explant correlation. Radiology 2005;237:938-944
  12. Hecht EN, Holland AE, Israel GM, Hahn WY, Kim DC, West B, Babb JS, Taouli B, Lee VS, Krinsky GA. Dynamic Gadolinium Enhanced Three-Dimensional MR Imaging as a Stand Alone Sequence for the Diagnosis of Hepatocellular Carcinoma in the Cirrhotic Liver. Radiology (In Press)
  13. Zhang J, Lee VS, Israel GM, Krinsky G. Isotropic 3D T2-weighted MR Cholangiopancreatography withParallel Imaging– A Feasibility Study. AJR (In Press)

Book Chapters and Non-Peer Reviewed Papers

  1. Balthazar EJ, Krinsky G. Pancreatitis and its complications: In Taveras and Ferucci Radiology Diagnosis Imaging Intervention. Lippincott Publishers, New York 1995
  2. Krinsky G. Gadolinium-enhanced 3D MR angiography of the great vessels in the infant and neonate. In Vision users meeting, Rotterdam Germany 1997
  3. Rofsky N, Earls J. Decorato D. Krinsky G., Weinreb J. STIR imaging for hepatic lesions. In Vision users meeting, Rotterdam Germany 1997
  4. Megibow AJ, Krinsky G. CT/MR of the pancreas. Acta Radiologica Portuguesa 1998
  5. Rofsky N, Krinsky G, MR of diffuse liver disease. Acta Radiologica Portuguesa 1998
  6. Krinsky G. Gadolinium-enhanced 3D aortography. Acta Radiologica Portuguesa 1998
  7. Krinsky G. Vascular Imaging in Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance of the Thorax eds, Naidich DN, Webb R, Muller N. Krinsky G, Zerhouni E, Seigelman, SS. Lippincott Williams and Wilken, NY 1999
  8. Krinsky G, Rofsky N, Bosniak M. Miscellaneous conditions of the adrenals and adrenal pseudotumors in Pollack, Pollack, Clinical Urography eds, Pollack HM, McClennan BL et al, 2nd ed. W.B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, Penn
  9. Rofsky N, Krinsky G, Bosniak M. Benign adrenal masses in Pollack, Clinical Urography eds, Pollack HM, McClennan BL et al, 2nd ed. W.B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, Penn
  10. Krinsky GA. MR Imaging of the Cirrhotic Liver, Diagnostic Imaging Dec. 2000
  11. Krinsky GA. Body MR Venography-the new gold standard. Applied Radiology (In Press)
  12. Balthazar EJ, Krinsky G. Acute Pancreatitis and its complications in Dominguez, Clincal Pancreatology.

Editorials

  1. Krinsky G. How not to “unblind” the peer review process. AJR 1999; 172:1474
  2. Krinsky G. Terminology of hepatocellular nodules in cirrhosis-a plea for consistency. Radiology 2002;224:638

Internet Publications

  1.  MRA of the aortic arch vessels( http://www.radinfonet.com)
  2. The incidental adrenal mass (http://www.radinfonet.com)
  3. New concepts in imaging cirrhosis (http://www.radinfonet.com)
  4. CT and MRI of new diseases (http://www.radinfonet.com)
  5. Cardiac MRI: No one-stop shopping. RSNA 2001 http://www.medscape.com/view article/431764
  6. CT screening of lung cancer. RSNA 2001 http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/431766
  7. Noninvasive imaging of the peripheral vasculature with MR Angiography RSNA 2001 http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/412992
  8. Managing breast cancer: The team approach. RSNA 2001 http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/412993