Anthony Hanbidge is a Staff Radiologist in the Division of Abdominal Imaging, Toronto Joint Department of Medical Imaging, Sinai Health, University Health Network and Women’s College Hospital. He is a Professor in the Department of Medical Imaging, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto. His clinical practice is primarily located at Toronto Western Hospital. Ultrasound and CT of the abdomen and pelvis comprise much of his clinical work. He has a strong interest in teaching, including undergraduate, post-graduate and continuing medical education. His main research focus currently is wellness.
- When the Appendix Is Not Seen on Ultrasound for Right Lower Quadrant Pain: Does the Interpretation of Emergency Department Physicians Correlate With Diagnostic Performance?
A survey was administered to 166 academic emergency department (ED) physicians to determine their interpretation and practice after receiving an […]
- A slowly growing flank mass
- Primary cystic peritoneal masses and mimickers: spectrum of diseases with pathologic correlation
Cystic lesions within the peritoneum have been classified classically according to their lining on histology into four categories-endothelial, […]
- Small renal oncocytomas: is segmental enhancement inversion a characteristic finding at biphasic MDCT?
CONCLUSION: Segmental enhancement inversion was not a common or characteristic CT finding for renal oncocytoma and was not helpful in differentiating […]
- Renal lesions in autoimmune pancreatitis aid the differentiation from pancreatic adenocarcinoma
- Ultrasound assessment of gastric content and volume
CONCLUSIONS: Our preliminary results suggest that bedside two-dimensional ultrasonography can be a useful noninvasive tool to determine gastric […]
- Renal cortical lesions in patients with autoimmune pancreatitis: a clue to differentiation from pancreatic malignancy
CONCLUSION: We have shown the presence of multiple renal cortical lesions which occur in approximately 35% of our AIP patient population.
- Inguinal herniation of the ureter
- Thrombosed pelvic collateral veins resulting from anomalous inferior vena cava: a mimicker of acute appendicitis
- From the RSNA refresher courses: imaging evaluation for acute pain in the right upper quadrant
Acute cholecystitis is the most common cause of acute pain in the right upper quadrant (RUQ), and urgent surgical removal of the gallbladder is the […]
- Hepatic subcapsular steatosis in response to intraperitoneal insulin delivery: CT findings and prevalence
CONCLUSION: Hepatic subcapsular steatosis appeared as subcapsular nodules and often rindlike areas of low attenuation in seven (18%) of 39 patients […]
- US of the peritoneum
Familiarity with the pathophysiology of peritoneal disease is the basis of successful ultrasound (US) study of the peritoneum. The pouch of Douglas, […]
- Pictorial essay. Hepatocellular carcinoma: imaging and imaging-guided intervention
- Dropped gallstones post laparoscopic cholecystectomy mimicking peritoneal seeding: CT and ultrasound features
PURPOSE: The purpose of this work was to investigate the ultrasound (US) and CT features of dropped gallstones mimicking peritoneal seeding in […]
- Multi-detector row helical CT in preoperative assessment of small (< or = 1.5 cm) liver metastases: is thinner collimation better?
CONCLUSION: Image reconstruction with multi-detector row helical CT at collimations less than 5 mm may not improve sensitivity in the detection of […]
- Cancer of the pancreas: the best image for early detection--CT, MRI, PET or US?
Pancreatic cancer has a poor prognosis, and the best chance for survival is to diagnose the tumour at an early stage. Abdominal ultrasound, computed […]