Department of Radio Diagnosis




The Department of Radiology at GIMS, Greater Noida is a state of the art, fully equipped facility providing professional diagnostic andinterventional radiological services to patients at lowest rates in the region. The advanced technology and technical expertise ensure comprehensive patient evaluation and accurate diagnosis in all kinds of clinical scenarios.

Faculty Members of Radiology

S. No.
Faculty
Rank, Name
DOJ
Teachership
1
Dr. Neema Agarwal. Associate Professor and Head MD, Associate Professor and HOD
15.06.2019
Yes
2
Dr.B.M. Sharma. AssistantProfessor MD
26.11.2020
Yes

Residents In Department Of Radiodiagnosis:

S.No
Resident
Batch
Qualification
Joining Date
*
Senior Resident
-
-
-
1
Dr.Tooba N. Khan
-
MBBS,DMRD
26/10/2019
*
Junior Resident
-
-
-
2
Dr.Rahul Mishra
-
MBBS
13/06/2019

Departmental Information:

S.No
Headings
Details
1
Name of the Department
Radio Diagnosis
2
Date of Establishment
2017
3
Name of the first HOD
Dr Ashish Shukla
4
Names and qualification of present HOD
Dr Neema Agarwal
MD Radio Diagnosis
5
Names & qualification of all members
Dr. B.M. Sharma, MD Dr Tooba Naved Khan, DMRD
6
Details of Research publications and chapters published by Faculty
Attached
7
Facilities available in Dept.
X-rays USG, Color Doppler and USG guided interventions Contrast Radiographic procedures like IVP, MCU, RGU, Barium studies CT scan
8
Facility wise daily work load
Workload sharing for performing reporting of CT scans, USG-50 per day, X-Rays- 150 per day, Procedures- 3-4 per day Interventional procedures-1-2 per day
9
Skill lab
Located at 4th Floor with central Skill lab
10
Training activities & courses run MBBS
Letter of permission from Medical Council of India vide letter No. MCI-34(41) (E-60)/2019 .Med/ 115574 dated 20th May 2019 for starting MBBS course for 100 students. First batch of 100 students have been admitted and classes has been commenced since 01 Aug 2019.
11
DNB (Radio Diagnosis)
Will be applied for in 2021
12
Teaching Aids available
LCD Projector
13
No. of PCs and laptop Computers in Dept.
02 PC
14
OPD and inpatient daily workload
OPD- USG-50/day, X-Rays- 150/day, Procedures- 3-4/day Interventions-1-2/day.
15
Total number of beds
Not applicable

Medical Equipments:

S.No
NAMENAME OF ITEMS
Available
1
1000 mA X unit with DR
1
2
X-ray Unit 300 mA with CR
1
3
X-ray Unit 500mA with CR
1
4
Mobile X-ray units- 60 mA
1
5
Mobile X-ray units- 100 mA
1
6
Ultrasonography equipment with color Doppler
1
7
CT (128slice).
1
8
MRI (Preferably)
In the process of installation

Mission Statement

The Department of Radiodiagnosis, GIMS Greater Noida, is dedicated to provide compassionate, caring, and high-quality Medical Imaging and image-guided services to improve the outcomes and advancing the care of patients.

  • 1. The department will play a vital role in educating our physicians-in-training, medical students and allied health professionals
  • 2. Our research and scholarly activities will continue to generate innovative solutions and new knowledge that makes a difference for patient care and the future of healthcare.
  • 3. Our Department will learn from the past, be active and aggressive in improving the present, but look to the future, and rather than asking “why,” we will ask “why not.”
  • 4. Providing scientific and evidence-based treatment.
  • 5. Imparting comprehensive medical education in the science of Radiodiagnosis to postgraduates, undergraduates, nursing officers and probation nurses.
  • 6. To cultivate, encourage and sustain an attitude of basic and advanced scientific research at all levels

Ongoing Research Projects:

  • A. Original study titled, ‘Chest Radiographic findings and their correlation with disease progression in Covid-19 patients in northern India’
  • B. Original study titled, ‘Life after Covid-19 – stigma perception of survivors’
  • C. Original study titled, ‘Determinants of Covid-19 infection in healthcare workers’

DISSERTATION PROJECTS:-

S.No
TOPIC
CANDIDATE
1
Study the efficacy of new sonographic birth canal scoring as predictor for onset of spontaneous labor in singleton pregnancies
Dr. Danish A Dar
Guide –Dr. Shikha Seth
Co-guide- Dr. Neema Agarwal

VISION PLAN FOR DEPARTMENT OF RADIODIAGNOSIS

Present status
First 1 year
First 5 years
Next 10 years
*Patient care
*Installation of Mammography Unit
*Starting advanced musculoskeletal and obstetrical level II ultrasounds
*Starting radiodiagnosis subspecialities.
*Quick turn around time
*Developing Radiodiagnosis museum
*Starting Fetal echo.
*-
*Installation of MR and high end Ultrasound machines
*Further reducing the turn around time in case of emergencies.
*Procuring high end imaging modalities
*-
U.G.Teaching
Faculty Development
MBBS,DNB
DNB accreditation for the department
MD Seats in radiodiagnosis
Increasing the seats

Road map for next 10 years

RADIODIAGNOSIS WORKLOAD:

Radio Diagnosis Workload 2019

2019
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
JUNE
JULY
AUG
SEP
OCT
NOV
DEC
TOTAL XRAYS
1519
1508
2612
2530
2929
2215
2790
2467
2456
2160
2635
2154
CONTRAST PROCEDURES
06
03
03
11
13
08
12
11
08
13
14
15
TOTAL USG
758
494
473
594
522
451
601
721
918
737
933
817
COLOR DOPPLER
0
0
0
0
0
0
02
21
13
13
06
10
GUIDED INTERVENTIONS
0
0
0
0
0
0
04
03
04
02
03
09

Radio Diagnosis Workload 2020

2020
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
JUNE
JULY
AUG
SEP
OCT
NOV
DEC
TOTAL XRAYS
2391
2909
1691
312
282
873
626
804
1166
1119
1477
859
CONTRAST PROCEDURES
15
14
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
TOTAL USG
841
986
596
153
36
21
28
26
38
32
22
37
COLOR DOPPLER
18
37
26
01
02
02
01
03
2
2
3
1
GUIDED INTERVENTIONS
06
06
03
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Details of Research publications and chapters published by Faculty

PUBLICATIONS: Dr. Neema Agarwal

Case reports:

  • 1. ‘A classic case of Polysplenia syndrome with multiple liver SOLs’in Internet Journal of Radiology, Volume 13, No 2 in 2011.
  • 2. CJD- A case report’ in Internet Journal of Radiology, Volume 14, No 2.
  • 3. ‘Malignant Urothelial Carcinoma of Urinary Bladder in a Young Child: A Rare Case Report’ in Urology 81, 2013, 888-890.
  • 4. Case report ‘Primary Subcutaneous Inguinal Hydatid cyst: diagnosis by fine needle aspiration cytology’ in Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Reasearch, Aug 2014, Vol 8(8), 11-13

Original Articles

  • 1. cular Trauma- Spectrum of Ultrasound Findings: A prospective study’, in Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development (ISSN: 0976-0245 indexed in SCOPUS), Jan-Mar 2013, Volume 4(1), Pg 138-142.
  • 2. ’Correlation between placental location and uterine artery flow waveforms in uncomplicated pregnancies’ in Journal of International Medical Sciences Academy(ISSN: 0971-071X indexed in Excerpta Medica), Jan- Mar 2014, Vol 27(1), Pg 17-18
  • 3. ‘Role of Ultrasound in Determining the Nature of Pleural Effusion’ in Nepalese Journal of Radiology(ISSN:2091-136X indexed in HINARI), Vol.4(1) 2014, Pg 34-37
  • o ‘Sonography in Dengue Fever: an adjunct to Clinico-laboratory profile’ in Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development(ISSN: 0976-0245 indexed in SCOPUS), Oct-Dec 2016, Vol 7(4), Pg 299-303
  • 4. ‘Chest Ultrasound in the diagnosis of pneumothorax- A prospective study’ inIndian Journal of Public Health Research and Development(ISSN: 0976-0245 indexed in SCOPUS), Jan- Mar 2017, Vol 8 (1), Pg 249-252
  • 5. ‘Multidetector CT measurement of maxillary sinus volume using dedicated software to determine gender difference in normal population’inIndian Journal of Public Health Research and Development(ISSN: 0976-0245 indexed in SCOPUS), Apr-Jun 2017, Vol 8 (2), Pg 85-88
  • 6. ‘Magnetic resonance measurement of sacrococcygeal and intercoccygeal angles in normal participants and those with idiopathic coccydynia’ published in Indian Journal of Orthopaedics, Vol 52(4), Pg 353-57(ISSN: 0019-5413 indexed in PubMed, Index Copernicus, SCOPUS)
  • 7. Review article ‘Telemedicine in India- a tool for transforming healthcare in the era of Covid-19 pandemic', accepted for publication in Journal of Education and Health Promotion (Print ISSN: 2277-9531 & Online ISSN: 2319-6440, indexed in Index Copernicus, PubMed Central, SCOPUS) on 25.05.20