BHARATH KUMAR CHINTA, M.D.

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BHARATH KUMAR CHINTA, M.D.

  1. 1. CURRICULUM VITAE BHARATH KUMAR CHINTA, M.D. PRESENT POSITION February 2008 to Present: Staff Radiologist, Teleradiology Solutions July 2006 to Present: Staff Radiologist, Saint Vincent Hospital, Erie, PA BOARD CERTIFICATION American Board of Radiology, 2006 MEMBERSHIPS Radiological Society of North America American College of Radiology RESIDENCIES January 1996 to January 2000: Resident, Diagnostic Radiology, Nizam Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad, India July 2002 to June 2006: Resident, Diagnostic Radiology, Saint Joseph Mercy Oakland Hospital, Pontiac, MI INTERNSHIP July 2001 to June 2002: General Surgery, Saint Joseph Mercy Oakland Hospital, Pontiac, MI MEDICAL EDUCATION September 1989 to January 1996: MBBS Gandhi Medical College, Hyderabad, India HONORS & AWARDS ACR In-service examination for Radiology residents. 95 percentile in 2004 ACR In-service examination for Radiology residents. 94 percentile in 2003
  2. 2. “Grand Prize Winner” of the “Case of Day” contest at 90th RSNA annual scientific meet at Chicago, December 2004 “Grand Prize Winner” of the “Case of Day” contest at 89th RSNA annual scientific meet at Chicago, December 2003 “Diagnosis please Case 74: Right-sided Superior Vena Cava Draining into Left Atrium in a Patient with Persistent Left-sided Superior Vena Cava. Problem solving, “RADIOLOGY” journal – Volume 232, September 2004 “Diagnosis please Case 73: Nasolacrimal Duct Mucocele. Only 98 individuals submitted the correct diagnosis. Problem solving, “RADIOLOGY” journal – Volume 232, August 2004 “Diagnosis please Case 68: Hirayama Disease (juvenile muscular atrophy of the distal upper extremity)”. Only 81 individuals submitted the correct diagnosis. Problem solving, “RADIOLOGY” journal – Volume 230 March 2004 “Diagnosis please Case No.67, “Persistent Stapedial Artery”. Only 70 individuals submitted the correct diagnosis. Problem solving, “RADIOLOGY” journal – Volume 230, February 2004 “Diagnosis please Case No.66, “Caudal Regression Syndrome in the fetus of Diabetic Mother”. Problem solving, “RADIOLOGY” journal – Volume 230, January 2004. “Diagnosis please Case 64, “Tuberous Sclerosis”. Problem solving, “RADIOLOGY” journal – Volume 229, November 2003 “Diagnosis please Case 52, “Gastric Teratoma”. Problem solving, “RADIOLOGY” journal – Volume 225, November 2002 “Diagnosis please Case 51, “Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria with Thrombotic Budd-Chiari Syndrome and Renal Cortical Hemosiderin”. Problem solving, “RADIOLOGY” journal – Volume 225, October 2002 “Diagnosis please Case No.48, “Osteogenisis Imperfecta of Temporal Bone”. Problem solving, “RADIOLOGY” journal – July 2002 “Diagnosis please case No.47, “Dural Ectasia associated with Marfan’s Syndrome”. Problem solving, “RADIOLOGY” journal – Volume 223, June 2002 “Diagnosis please Case No.45, “Cystic Angiomatosis”. Problem solving, “RADIOLOGY” journal – Volume 223, April 2002 “Diagnosis please Case No.44, Adenocarcinoma of Urachus”. Problem solving, “RADIOLOGY” journal – Volume 222, March 2002
  3. 3. “Diagnosis please–Case No.27, Intra Pancreatic Accessory Spleen”. Problem solving “RADIOLOGY” journal – Volume 217, October 2000 “Epiploic Appendagitis” to “Diagnosis please Case No.6”. Problem solving, “RADIOLOGY” Journal – Volume 210, January 1999 “TOP FIVE NAMES” announced at 20th International Congress of Radiology (ICR), for answering highest number of “Cases of the day” exhibited at ICR 98 scientific exhibits. New Delhi, September 1998 RESEARCH ABSTRACTS/PRESENTATIONS Chinta, B K. “Alternative Diagnosis of Renal Colic CT”. Educational exhibit presented at 89th RSNA annual conference December 2003, Chicago. Chinta, B K, J.Jagan Mohan Reddy, D.Suneetha. “MR Characteristics of spinalcord (intramedullary) Tuberculomas”. Abstract published at RSNA (Radiological Society of North America), 85th Annual Conference, December 1999, Chicago, USA. Chinta, B K, S.Rammurthi, Uma Devi, J.M.K. Murthy. “CT-Angio of unilateral Moya- moya syndrome”. Scientific Poster, “BRACCO-3rd Australia-asian neuroradiology conference, June 1999, Adelaide, Australia. Chinta, B K , S.Rammurthi, S. Mohan Das, V.Subbalaxmi. “Developmental venous anomaly. – CT Angiography”. Scientific poster, ‘BRACCO – 3rd Australia-asian neuroradiology Conference, June 1999, Adelaide, Australia. Chinta, B K, V.Rama Krishna, S.Rammurthi, V.Subbalaxmi. “Sonographic & CT evaluation of Carcinoma of Gall bladder”. Scientific Poster,“Annual Conference of Indian Association for Study of liver (INASL) April, 1999, Hyderabad, India. Chinta, B K, D.Suneetha, Y.Jyotsna, V.N. Vara Prasad. “CT evaluation of Thoracic Aortic Aneurysms”. Scientific paper, A.P.Annual IRIA Conference, November 1998, Hyderabad, India. Chinta, B K, J.Jagan Mohan Reddy, Chitti Babu. “2 cases of Intramedullary Tuberculoma with Intracranial Tuberculomata”. 20th International Congress of Radiology (ICR), September, 1998, New Delhi, India.
  4. 4. Chinta, B K, D.Subbarao, K.Venkataramana. “Color Doppler evaluation of brachiocephalic vessels in Takayasus arteritis”. Scientific paper, National Annual conference, Indian Radiological Association (IRIA), January 1998, Chandigarh, India. K.Venkat Ramana, Chinta, B K, V.Subbalaxmi Murthy. “Color Doppler evaluation of Carotid Vessels in Takayasus Arteritis”. Scientific paper, Andhra Pradesh Neuro Scientists Conference, April 1997, Vijayawada, India. RESEARCH PROJECT: THESIS “Characterization of Focal Liver lesions by Quadruple Phase helical CT”. Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS), India. Guide: Prof. I. Sreedevi. Co-Guide: Dr. S. Ram Murthi. January 1998 to January 2000.

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