Dr. Myles Margolis completed his Residency in Medical Imaging and Fellowship in Body Imaging at the University of Toronto and has a variety of clinical interests related to abdominal imaging.
Dr. Margolis has held many positions within the department. Currently, he is the Abdominal Division Peer Review Lead at the University of Toronto, Abdominal Imaging Fellowship Coordinator, and part of the leadership team in the Abdominal Division, including the Faculty Development section.
- Correction to: Correlation of 3T multiparametric prostate MRI using prostate imaging reporting and data system (PIRADS) version 2 with biopsy as reference standard
Unfortunately the article was published with a spell error in the co-author name "Hassan Maan". The correct co-author name should be "Hassaan Maan".
- Diagnostic performance of 2015 American Thyroid Association guidelines and inter-observer variability in assigning risk category
CONCLUSION: The estimated risk of malignancy in the high suspicion pattern of the 2015 ATA thyroid biopsy guidelines appears to be less than stated. […]
- Hepatic fat and glucose tolerance in women with recent gestational diabetes
CONCLUSION: The higher prevalence of liver fat in women with previous GDM is associated with their increased risk of pre-diabetes/diabetes.
- Correlation of 3T multiparametric prostate MRI using prostate imaging reporting and data system (PIRADS) version 2 with biopsy as reference standard
CONCLUSION: PIRADS ≥ 3 had high specificity and high negative predictive value for csPCa using biopsy results as the standard of reference. The […]
- Prevalence and Management of Incidental Small Testicular Masses Discovered on Ultrasonographic Evaluation of Male Infertility
CONCLUSIONS: Small testicular masses are not uncommon, especially in the infertile male population. Most of these masses do not show significant […]
- Use and misuse of waterfall plots
CONCLUSION: Waterfall plots are subject to substantial variability in criteria used to define them and are influenced by measurement errors; they […]
- The utility of screening for asymptomatic lower extremity deep venous thrombosis during inflammatory bowel disease flares: a pilot study
CONCLUSION: From this pilot study, there appears to be low prevalence of asymptomatic DVTs among patients with IBD during flares. The high prevalence […]
- Evaluation of upper urinary tract tumors with portal venous phase MDCT: a case-control study
CONCLUSION: The detection rate of upper urinary tract tumors on nonopacified portal venous phase is high. Furthermore, in the absence of morphologic […]
- Operator is an independent predictor of detecting prostate cancer at transrectal ultrasound guided prostate biopsy
CONCLUSIONS: Significant differences in prostate cancer detection exist among operators who perform transrectal ultrasound guided prostate biopsy […]
- Answer to case of the month #98. Celiac disease