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Current Organization
Subspecialty and Expertise in Radiology
MRI & CT in Neuroradiology
Radiology Residency and Fellowship
3 years Residency course in Radiology (Master on Medicine in Radiology) 2005 to 2008 from PR China,
8 months full time training in Radiogiagnosis, from SJMCH, Bangalore, India.
1 year full time training in Radiology from BIRDEM & DMCH, Bangladesh.
Undergraduate, Medical School, and Graduate School (Degrees, Major, and Institution)
MBBS from University of Science & Technology Chittagong, Bangladesh in 2000.
M. Med. (Radiology, Imaging & Nuclear Medicine) from Zhengzhou University, Henan, PR China in 2005-2008.
Clinical, Academic, or Industry Experience
Individually Reporting MRI about 200/ month, CT about 100/ month since 2008 to till now. about 90% neuroradiological patients.
Clinical, academic, research, or business interests within radiology
CME on Radiology & Imaging in Urolithiasis in Zhengzhou University, China.
on MRI of the Spine - Anatomical consideration & MRI of the Degenerative Spine. in Radiology dept., BIRDEM, Bangladesh
CME on Imaging technology in Medicine practice & Radiology & Imaging - Clinical Request in University Hall, USTC. Bangladesh.
CME on MRI of Brain for clinicians, Medical centre hall, Bangladesh.
Publications, Honors, and Awards
Role of MRI in the diagnosis of intraventricular neurocysticercosis.
Early detection of Central pontine myelinolysis with MRI: A case study .
Corpus callosal agenesis with Giant Lipoma: A case study.

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