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Gilbert Whang, MD

TitleAssistant Professor of Clinical Radiology
InstitutionUniversity of Southern California
DepartmentRadiology
Phone+1 323 442 8721
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    Dr. Whang is a native of California, having received a B.S. in Biological Sciences Magna Cum Laude from the University of Southern California, and a medical degree from MCP Hahnemann University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, PA. He successfully completed a Transitional Year Internship in Philadelphia in 2001 and a residency in Diagnostic Radiology at Hahnemann University Hospital in 2005. Dr. Whang served as Chief Resident during his fourth year of residency. Then, he completed fellowship in Cross-Sectional Imaging at Yale-New Haven Hospital in 2006. Dr. Whang returned to California in the summer of 2006 after spending 10 years in Philadelphia and New Haven. He joined the Department of Radiology in August 2006 and is an attending staff radiologist in the Division of Body Imaging.


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    1. Yaeger AA, Cheng PM, Tatishchev S, Whang G. Acute eosinophilic appendicitis: a radiologic-pathologic correlation. Clin Imaging. 2018 Jun 27; 51:337-340. PMID: 29960267.
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    2. Whang G, Tchelepi H. Ultrasound, Computed Tomography, and Magnetic Resonance Imaging in a Patient With Medullary Cystic Kidney Disease. Ultrasound Q. 2018 May 15. PMID: 29768287.
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    3. Cheng PM, Tejura TK, Tran KN, Whang G. Detection of high-grade small bowel obstruction on conventional radiography with convolutional neural networks. Abdom Radiol (NY). 2018 May; 43(5):1120-1127. PMID: 28828625.
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    4. Nekrasov V, Matsuoka L, Kaur N, Pita A, Whang G, Cao S, Groshen S, Alexopoulos S. Improvement in the Outcomes of MELD = 40 Liver Transplantation: An Analysis of 207 Consecutive Transplants in a Highly Competitive DSA. Transplantation. 2017 10; 101(10):2360-2367. PMID: 28319564.
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    5. Whang G, Lekht I, Krane R, Peters G, Palmer SL. Unintentionally retained vascular devices: improving recognition and removal. Diagn Interv Radiol. 2017 May-Jun; 23(3):238-244. PMID: 28362267.
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    6. Alexopoulos SP, Thomas E, Berry E, Whang G, Matsuoka L. The portal vein-variceal anastomosis: an important technique for establishing portal vein inflow. Clin Transplant. 2014 Jan; 28(1):52-7. PMID: 24261456.
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    7. Eric White, MD, William Boswell, MD, Gilbert Whang, MD, Paul Mandelin, DO, Melvin Astrahan, PhD, and Vinay Duddalwar MBBS.Applied Radiology, The Journal of Practical Medical Imaging and Management. CT-guided fiducial marker placement for stereotactic radiosurgery. 2011.
    8. Whang G, Mogel GT, Tsai J, Palmer SL. Left behind: unintentionally retained surgically placed foreign bodies and how to reduce their incidence--self-assessment module. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2009 Dec; 193(6 Suppl):S90-3. PMID: 19933681.
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    9. Whang G, Mogel GT, Tsai J, Palmer SL. Left behind: unintentionally retained surgically placed foreign bodies and how to reduce their incidence--pictorial review. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2009 Dec; 193(6 Suppl):S79-89. PMID: 19933680.
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