James D Wolff

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Cystic masses of the knee comprise a diverse group of pathologic entities ranging from simple cysts to complications of underlying disease to tumors. Although their presentations may be similar, the appropriate treatment and patient management can differ greatly. In this article, we review radiographic and magnetic resonance imaging characteristics of both(More)
Radiation therapy for cervical cancer involves a team of specialists, including diagnostic radiologists (DRs), radiation oncologists (ROs), and medical physicists (MPs), to optimize imaging-based radiation therapy planning. The purpose of the study was to investigate the interobserver variations in tumor delineation on MR images of cervical cancer within(More)
CONTEXT As public health challenges grow more complex, the call for professional education to be interprofessional, collaborative, and grounded in real world practice has intensified. OBJECTIVE In this article, we describe the development, implementation, and results of one pioneering course at Boston University that aims to prepare public health,(More)
Degenerative joint disease is a major source of disability in the world with over 43 million individuals suffering from the affliction in the United States alone. It is the most common cause of activity limitation in individuals over 65 years of age. While much of the focus in recent years has been on osteoarthritis of the hips and knees, shoulder(More)
BACKGROUND Emergencies such as road traffic accidents (RTAs), acute myocardial infarction (AMI) and cerebrovascular accident (CVA) are the most common causes of death and disability in India. Robust emergency medicine (EM) services and proper education on acute care are necessary. In order to inform curriculum design for training programs, and to improve(More)
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