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Research Expertise & Professional Interests Jorge A. Soto, MD, Professor of Radiology, is Chief of Radiology at Boston Medical Center and Chair of the Department of Radiology at Boston University School of Medicine. Soto has served as interim Chief/Chair of the department since September 2015. Soto joined BMC in 2002 as the head of the section of Body Imaging in the Department of Radiology and was named vice chair in 2005. He joined BUSM as Associate Professor of Radiology in 2002 and was promoted to Professor in 2008. Soto’s main clinical and research interests include: CT and MR imaging of pancreatico-biliary diseases; trauma; abdominal emergencies; inflammatory bowel disease; and CT colonography. He is the author of more than 130 peer-reviewed journal articles, 60 review articles/book chapters, and editor of six books. He is a Fellow of the American Society of Emergency Radiology and the Society of Abdominal Radiology Soto currently serves on the editorial boards of Radiology and Abdominal Radiology and as a reviewer for numerous journals, including Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Academic Radiology, American Journal of Roentgenology, Emergency Radiology, Journal of Trauma, European Radiology, Radiographics and American Journal of Gastroenterology. Soto is the current president of the New England Roentgen Ray Society and is a member of the Executive Committee of the American Society of Emergency Radiology. In addition he currently serves or has served on multiple committees for national and international scientific societies including the Radiological Society of North America, American Roentgen Ray Society, Society of Abdominal Radiology and American College of Radiology. Born in Colombia, Soto received his Doctor of Medicine and Surgery and Specialist in Diagnostic Radiology degrees from Instituto de Ciencias de la Salud (CES) in Medellin, Colombia. He served as a Body Imaging Fellow at Boston University Medical Center.

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Concept Craniocerebral Trauma
Concept Multiple Trauma
Concept Trauma Centers
Concept Wounds and Injuries
Concept Trauma Severity Indices
Academic Article Diagnostic performance of helical CT angiography in trauma to large arteries of the extremities.
Academic Article Diagnosis of arterial injuries caused by penetrating trauma to the neck: comparison of helical CT angiography and conventional angiography.
Academic Article Blunt trauma of the pancreas and biliary tract: a multimodality imaging approach to diagnosis.
Academic Article Blunt abdominal trauma: performance of CT without oral contrast material.
Academic Article Posttraumatic bile leaks: role of diagnostic imaging and impact on patient outcome.
Academic Article Blunt abdominal trauma: utility of 5-minute delayed CT with a reduced radiation dose.
Academic Article Use of 3D imaging in CT of the acute trauma patient: impact of a PACS-based software package.
Academic Article Impact of MDCT angiography on the use of catheter angiography for the assessment of cervical arterial injury after blunt or penetrating trauma.
Academic Article Evaluation of blunt abdominal trauma using PACS-based 2D and 3D MDCT reformations of the lumbar spine and pelvis.
Academic Article Sixty-four multi-detector row computed tomography in multitrauma patient imaging: early experience.
Academic Article Blunt splenic trauma: delayed-phase CT for differentiation of active hemorrhage from contained vascular injury in patients.
Academic Article Blunt abdominal trauma: current imaging techniques and CT findings in patients with solid organ, bowel, and mesenteric injury.
Academic Article 64 MDCT in multiple trauma patients: imaging manifestations and clinical implications of active extravasation.
Academic Article CT angiography of extremity trauma.
Academic Article Blunt trauma: feasibility and clinical utility of pelvic CT angiography performed with 64-detector row CT.
Academic Article Development of renal scars on CT after abdominal trauma: does grade of injury matter?
Academic Article Anorectal trauma: the use of computed tomography scan in diagnosis.
Academic Article Detection of vascular injuries in patients with blunt pelvic trauma by using 64-channel multidetector CT.
Academic Article Active extravasation of the abdomen and pelvis in trauma using 64MDCT.
Academic Article Upper extremity CT angiography in penetrating trauma: use of 64-section multidetector CT.
Academic Article MDCT evaluation of blunt abdominal trauma: clinical significance of free intraperitoneal fluid in males with absence of identifiable injury.
Academic Article Extremity CT angiography: application to trauma using 64-MDCT.
Academic Article Imaging of blunt pancreatic trauma.
Academic Article Imaging colorectal trauma using 64-MDCT technology.
Academic Article Pelvic CT angiography in blunt trauma: imaging findings and protocol considerations. [corrected].
Academic Article Pelvic CT angiography: application to blunt trauma using 64MDCT.
Academic Article Use of 64-row multidetector CT angiography in blunt and penetrating trauma of the upper and lower extremities.
Academic Article CT angiography in trauma.
Academic Article [Intestinal and mesenteric trauma].
Academic Article Integration of 64-detector lower extremity CT angiography into whole-body trauma imaging: feasibility and early experience.
Academic Article Imaging of miscellaneous pancreatic pathology (trauma, transplant, infections, and deposition).
Academic Article Letter from the guest editor: imaging of trauma.
Academic Article Evaluation of thoracic vascular trauma with multidetector computed tomography.
Academic Article Multidetector computed tomography of penetrating abdominal trauma.
Academic Article Blunt pancreatic trauma: evaluation with MDCT technology.
Academic Article Multidetector CT of blunt abdominal trauma.
Academic Article The utility of CT for predicting bile leaks in hepatic trauma.
Academic Article Active hemorrhage and vascular injuries in splenic trauma: utility of the arterial phase in multidetector CT.
Academic Article Imaging of Pancreatic and Duodenal Trauma.
Academic Article CT imaging signs of surgically proven bowel trauma.
Academic Article Imaging of lower extremity trauma from Boston Marathon bombing.
Academic Article Imaging of Torso and Extremity Vascular Trauma.
Academic Article Effect of an Institutional Triaging Algorithm on the Use of Multidetector CT for Patients with Blunt Abdominopelvic Trauma over an 8-year Period.
Academic Article CT of Major Vascular Injury in Blunt Abdominopelvic Trauma.
Academic Article Utility of MDCT findings in predicting patient management outcomes in renal trauma.
Academic Article Iatrogenic, blunt, and penetrating trauma to the biliary tract.
Academic Article Extremity CTA for penetrating trauma: 10-year experience using a 64-detector row CT scanner.
Academic Article Radiological Society of North America 2013 Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting
Academic Article Latrogenic, blunt, and penetrating trauma to the biliary tract
Academic Article Correlation With Fluid Resuscitation for the Finding of Free Peritoneal Fluid in Men Without Underlying Injury on 64-MDCT Evaluation Following Blunt Trauma
Academic Article Radiological Society of North America 2007 Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting
Academic Article Radiological Society of North America 2008 Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting
Academic Article Radiological Society of North America 2008 Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting
Academic Article Radiological Society of North America 2009 Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting
Academic Article Radiological Society of North America 2004 Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting
Academic Article Radiological Society of North America 2004 Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting
Academic Article Radiological Society of North America 2004 Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting
Academic Article Detection of bowel and mesenteric injury in blunt abdominal trauma: CT scanning without oral contrast
Academic Article Radiological Society of North America 2005 Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting
Academic Article Radiological Society of North America 2005 Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting
Academic Article Radiological Society of North America 2005 Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting
Academic Article Trauma Imaging: Protocol Considerations Utilizing 64MDCT
Academic Article Radiological Society of North America 2006 Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting
Academic Article American Journal of Roentgenology
Academic Article American Journal of Roentgenology
Academic Article Radiological Society of North America 2007 Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting
Academic Article Radiological Society of North America 2008 Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting
Academic Article ACR Appropriateness Criteria® Major Blunt Trauma.

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